Construction is a labor-intensive industry and is facing a significant shortage of current and future skilled workers. Progressive companies understand human capital is an asset to be leveraged and a risk to be managed. Management in construction continues to evolve from traditional human resources to a talent management model. Employee, supervisory, and leadership development is a bridge that leads to effective human capital risk management.
After this session, you will be able to:
Define human capital risk management and discuss the benefits of managing human capital as a tangible and intangible asset.
Discuss traditional personnel vs. current employee development vs. emerging talent management workforce challenges impacting the construction industry.
Discuss how employee development and talent management can counter the current and future workforce shortage.
Present an overview of the major employee development and leadership development models used by Lakeside Industries.
Facilitate an interactive roundtable among attendees to exchange lessons learned, success stories, and best practices.
Risk Management Director,
Lakeside Industries, Inc.