Author: Rebecca Leach

Developing Human Capital: Moving from Extraction to Reciprocity in Our Organizational Relationships

Submitted by Jennifer Hancock How we think about human resources matter. Are human resources - resources to be exploited? Or collaborators in capital development? This article - from Non-profit Quarterly - on how non-profits can and should transform how they think of their employees is relevant to all people interested in humanistic management. "Rather than conceiving of these forms of [human] capital as something our organizations extract, we should think of them as precious resources to Read more [...]

Civilizing the Workplace

by Ben Teehankee A positive work climate supports human flourishing, and managers have a role in building and protecting such a climate. The lack of corrective feedback is a major reason why workplace nastiness thrives and even escalates to be part of the workplace culture. In contrast, some companies nip the problem at the bud by adopting rules against nastiness... As reported by Fortune, a key part of the leadership philosophy of Paul Purcell, Baird’s President and CEO, is to enforce Read more [...]