Senior human capital management professional who has served in multiple roles building and implementing HCM strategies as a senior administrator as well as a consultative basis. Member and advised client organizations of high growth entrepreneurial environments providing sound strategic perspective aligned to business goals and objectives utilizing a creative and innovative approach. Advise C-Suite leadership on overall human capital organizational strategic alignment. Seeking a senior strategic and implementation role to support growth and/or change-focused organization.
Specialties business development, content development and deployment, coaching, customer relations, decision making, delivery, executive management, financial, focus, hiring, human resources, leadership, leadership training, employee relations, talent management, market planning, marketing materials, MBA, Microsoft office, needs analysis, organizational development, organizational skills, personnel, process engineering, profit, promotional materials, recruiting, staff training, strategic, strategic planning.
October 7th, 2020 | Season 2 | 47 mins 50 secs
According to a research study by AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, there are approximately 43.5 million caregivers in the United States that have provided unpaid care to an adult or child in the last 12 months, in 2019. The United States has 331,002,651 citizens.
This is a subject that impacts 13% of the population, and frankly, there isn’t enough support and awareness on the subject to offer adequate support. This issue is something that needs to be discussed. That is why I invited our guest today to share his first-hand experience with us, on what it’s like to suddenly find himself in the position of Caregiver and how he manages to keep himself healthy both physically and mentally while doing so.