New York City, NY (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Russell Sarder, CEO and creator of SarderTV, the new video learning channel, recently met with Vincent Suppa, the Global Human Resource Director for Telecom Italia and an Adjunct Instructor in Human Resources for the Graduate Masters business degree program at New York University. In an exclusive interview Vincent Suppa discusses his thoughts on a wide variety of subjects related to human resources on a global scale, education and teaching at the graduate school level. According to Suppa, 'There are no HR problems, only business problems with HR solutions.” The interview includes a discussion of why the human resources department will become the most important function in an organization second only to the CEO and why traditional transactional responsibilities of HR will soon move to line managers while HR will focus on the “business of business.”
“Vincent Suppa has a lot to teach anyone who has an interest in business, education and human resources,” said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning.
“We are very pleased to add Vincent Suppa's interview to our learning database. His global corporate experience and his background in teaching provides a unique perspective on business and education that we can all learn from,” said Sarder.
Vincent Suppa believes that human resources is in the process of major changes and his goal is to transform the profession one manager at a time taking human resources from a cost center to a profit center. In the future Suppa sees human resource departments as the area in an organization that is responsible for resolving business problems with a strategic focus. His thoughts on education are just as revolutionary including extending public school past the twelfth grade and curriculum based on business needs. His interview for SarderTV is both thought provoking and inspirational.
SarderTV offers candid and educational interviews so that new entrepreneurs and aspiring business people can learn from them. The database is part of the international Learning Movement created by Russell Sarder to help spread knowledge and inspire a passion in lifelong learning. Operating on the premise that motivated individuals can learn from the experience, the success and the mistakes of others, SarderTV provides a unique opportunity to see and hear influential personalities talk about the subjects that matter to them. Some of the past interviewees have included Ira Neimark, former CEO of Bergdorf Goodman, Susan Davis, CEO of BRAC USA, and Dan Hoffman, President and CEO of M5 Networks.
Don't miss this informational interview with Vincent Suppa at SarderTV.
SarderTV seeking additional leaders for interviews
SarderTV is also seeking leaders to interview and is targeting leaders from Fortune 500 companies, and exceptional public figures like Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Jim Collins, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and many more. According to the National Venture Capital Association, more than 30 percent to $600 million this year has been invested in Web-based education. For investors seeking an opportunity to participate in a multi-million dollar idea SarderTV presents an excellent investment and is actively seeking investors. Several investors have already expressed an interest in this innovative idea. Investors interested in becoming a part of SarderTV are invited to get in touch as well, contact us at russellsarder(at)netcomlearning(dot)com.
About Sarder TV
SarderTV is a learning channel that contains a series of exclusive educational interview videos from top leaders in their industries, as well as motivational videos encouraging our public to succeed in their personal and professional lives, and many more. Russell Sarder, CEO of Sarder TV, has interviewed a series of leaders, who have shared their experiences and how they were able to achieve their success. Some of the names that Sarder has interviewed are: Ira Neimark, former CEO of Bergdorf Goodman; Russ Edelman, co-author of Nice Guys Can Get the Corner Office, Dan Hoffman, and David Hershfield, SVP Online Technology at RedCats.