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+Acumen: Human Capital Strategy for Social Enterprises

 with  Anne-Claire Broughton
When scaling a business, many entrepreneurs consider the financial capital they’ll have to raise. However, a social enterprise’s ability to succeed in complex markets is also contingent on its human capital.

Developing strategies to attract, retain and develop employees can give a business significant competitive advantage. This course will lead you through the basics of developing a human capital strategy. You’ll learn how to intentionally design your company’s values and culture, recruit and hire the right people, adapt your organizational structure as you scale, and build effective teams. You’ll also learn how to structure compensation, manage employee performance, and offer relevant professional development. This course is ideal for early stage entrepreneurs thinking about how to build and grow their teams in impact-driven companies.

Syllabus

  • CULTURE AND VALUES
  • ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURERE
  • CRUITING
  • OPTIMIZING PERFORMANCE
  • TALENT DEVELOPMENT
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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Upcoming
Provider +Acumen
Language English
Hours 3 hours a week
Calendar 8 weeks long
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