Raphaël Enthoven guest of honor at the Human Resources Management Club of Toulouse
Philosopher Raphaël Enthoven will speak on Friday 16 June in Toulouse as part of the Club Management Human Resources (CMRH) summer school on the theme: “Should the manager be a humanist in 2023?”
This is an exceptional conference to be held at Mas Toulouse in Colomiers on June 16th. Organized by the Grand Sud-Ouest Human Resources Management Club (CMRH), which brings together specialists in human resource function and management, the meeting with the philosopher Raphaël Enthoven will focus on humanism in the business world. Faced with the generational changes that are shaking the world of work with the arrival of generations Y, Z and later and also faced with the new social aspirations in the relationship with work, the CMRH asked the philosopher to investigate the matter further: “Should managers be humanists in 2023?“
A former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) and agrégé in philosophy, Raphaël Enthoven teaches this subject at Sciences Po Paris where he also leads cycles of lectures on Spinoza, Bergson and Clément Rosset. He also founded, with Michel Onfray, the Popular University of Caen. After hosting Philosophy Fridays on France Culture, he now takes care of the Political Rendezvous in collaboration with L’Express.
Attracting talent and retaining it through humanism?
At the heart of Raphaël Enthoven’s conference will be addressed managerial positions in companies that borrow more and more from “care” in the sense of caring. Kindness, humanism, empathy, attention… should the manager take these notions in hand to lead his teams? To what extent and what are the limits? Can humanism in business be an answer to attracting talent, retaining employees, engaging teams and achieving goals?
At the end of the conference, exchanges with the participants are planned to make the application of the vision shared by Raphaël Enthoven even more concrete. Registration is open via the link in the comments, we are waiting for you!