MAY 12, 2022
7AM Pacific | 11AM Eastern | 4PM Central European | 11PM Philippines
Managing The Assets of The Church: Management of Talent and Skills
In this webinar we turn to a unique and perhaps underappreciated asset – the Church’s workforce.
When we speak of the assets of the Church, we don’t think of the laity working for and with her as human capital, but at the end of the day, the Church’s biggest asset are the countless people who share their talents and skills and allow Her mission and legacy to carry on.
Join us as our experts share tips on how to manage this human capital, nurturing it so that it can grow, how to attract and retain talent and how HR ties in with the mission.
Calvin J. Colbert is senior Vice President at Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Passionate about the importance of work in people’s lives, with an intense focus on the employer-employee relationship, strengths-based leadership and customer experience, he is directly responsible for business development for executive coaching and career transition consulting services in five States in the USA. Calvin has served as Intern and Staff Assistant at The White House in the Clinton Administration’s “Health Care War Room.” Calvin is an active member of the Society of Human Resource Management and Dallas Association for Training & Development.
Roberto Dandi is a Program of Church Management faculty member and teacher of Human Resource Management. Prof. Dandi has a PhD in Organizational Behavior and has worked at the prestigious Luiss Business School in Rome for over 20 years in numerous roles, including as a researcher, a lecturer, and a training program coordinator in national and international settings. He recently joined the Board of Alpha Italy, a non-profit Christian association inspired by Alpha International in the UK devoted to the re-evangelization of society through training, spiritual and social activities.
Pia de Solenni. SThD is a theologian, ethicist, and cultural analyst. She recently served as Chancellor of the Diocese of Orange, California, and Theological Advisor to the Bishop. Her work has appeared in various publications including The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Washington Post, National Catholic Reporter, Our Sunday Visitor, and National Review Online. She is also a consultant member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas.