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Dedicated to improving organizational performance, CenterForHCI.org is proud to announce the launch of a new website

Alexandria,, VA – November 12, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

The Center for Human Capital Innovation (CHCI) is dedicated to improving organizational performance through innovation in workforce systems. With specializations in people analytics, executive coaching, leader development, training, and strategic consulting, CHCI is proud to announce their new website launch.

The new website was designed to meet customers’ needs while highlighting the services and solutions offered by CHCI.

“Our goal is to provide decision-makers with the valuable training, tools, insights, and analysis needed to align to the science of workforce systems, which will lead to improved organizational performance,” stated Center for Human Capital Innovation’s President, Dr. Allen Zeman. “With our new website, we are more able to help clients than ever before, regardless of their size, industry or goals.”

“Our company is built on years of collaboration and research across both private and public sectors,” continued Zeman. “With our unique body of knowledge, CHCI is equipped with an extensive database of innovations and methods from a field that includes the brightest, most skilled analysts, data scientists, social scientists, and program evaluators in the field of talent management. These insights, along with the comprehensive and deep understanding of today’s human capital management, enable the co-creation of real-world, measurable strategies that help organizations recruit, retain and inspire the highest performing employees while building an inclusive and diverse workplace.”

The newly launched website offers a user-friendly design that contains an array of resources which fully explain the benefits of the services offered by CHCI. In addition to an updated design, the site’s content is focused on helping organizational decision-makers fully understand why CHCI’s services are invaluable.

“Another important aspect of our new website is to understand how our clients, partners, and visitors are interacting with the new design’s content and features”, explained Anne Loehr, CHCI SVP. “This will allow us to focus on improvements for the user experience.”

Additional information about the Center for Human Capital Innovation’s services can be found by visiting the newly launched website at https://centerforhci.org/ or by contacting the professional staff.

ABOUT CENTER FOR HUMAN CAPITAL INNOVATION

The Center for Human Capital Innovation helps organizations increase the effectiveness of its leaders and employees while improving the quality of all decision-making capabilities. With a dedication to exceeding expectations at every turn, this company is constantly working to provide superior results for each client served.

Contact Info:
Name: Anne Loehr
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Organization: Center for Human Capital Innovation
Address: 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite G1, Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (571) 970-4250

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