Human Capital Management (HCM) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) are increasingly becoming important considerations for a corporation’s performance, employee welfare, and corporate identity. These aspects cover corporate pressures, talent management practices, employee engagement, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I), among others. This course examines how to navigate and explain HCM and ESG performance through skills, capabilities, new roles, and responsibilities and adapting to new business models.
We will cover financial performance indicators and the many factors that affect them, such as DE&I, employee engagement, and safety in the workplace. Internal and external considerations for a company will be examined, as well as measuring and evaluating performance for reporting. At the end of this course, we will cover risks and opportunities for the financial services industry, more specifically, and practices they may engage in to build and improve ESG and HCM efforts.
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
CFI’s Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Specialization offers skills including materiality analysis, building an ESG scorecard to measure company performance, integrating ESG factors into a financial model, and defining different types of ESG investing. From beginner to experienced professionals, this specialization is designed to provide a deep understanding of the ESG landscape and to prepare you to integrate this knowledge into your career.
This Human Capital Management course is perfect for investment professionals, management consultants, and financial analysts of all walks, as well as investor relations teams and senior managers at both private and public companies.