SOCIAL CAPITAL:

BENEFITS OF HUMAN SOCIABILITY

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We provide training, research and reporting, facilitation and presentation services in relation to social capital, particularly for organisations

Training and consulting to improve understanding of social capital

We offer online and in-person training opportunities. We have consulted with various organizations, academics and students to support social capital goals.

comprehensive resources on social capital

We've been cited extensively over the past 15 years and are glad to be a respected resource on social capital. Subscribe to receive our free guide to social capital or browse our collection of social capital resources

A community for social capital discussion

We have regular Q & A webinars plus regular presentations from people around the world. We also have a thriving facebook community of over 1000 users.

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AN INTRIGUING INTEGRATION OF SOCIOLOGY & ECONOMICS

Social capital is fundamentally about how people interact with each other, how they work together, share, help, and collaborate. 

SOCIAL CAPITAL & ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE

The core of our business is working with organisations that would like to improve their social capital and organisational culture.

Why is social capital important?

How isn’t it? Social capital is entwined in so much of our lives without us being aware of it. However, the more we are aware of it’s importance, the more we are likely to see it’s benefits. 

Working together

Without social capital humans could not work together. This is because social capital is the shared values, norms, trust, and belonging that make social exchange possible.

Better leadership

An understanding of social capital improves leadership capabilities. It can support the improvement of organizational culture because it considers factors often overlooked.

It's capital

A lot of attention is paid to financial capital, human capital, natural capital etc. All forms of capital have benefits to an organization but some are often not given their due attention. Ignoring social capital can exacerbate issues within your organization.

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ONLINE TRAINING COURSES

We have a range of online training courses available including both free and premium courses.

Get involved in our active community

We provide access to a range of free-to-access resources for students and anyone interested in social capital. Regular scheduled Zoom discussions can be found on our facebook page. Not on facebook? Subscribe to our community and we'll send you our calendar of events and keep you updated

Academic interest in social capital

Over the last three decades the concept of social capital has swept across the social sciences, into the physical sciences, and virtually every area of academic enquiry. It has been adopted outside of academia; in politics, business, and international development, to name a few. But some people have suggested that its popularity is in decline. The data, however, does not support this view.

This short video illustrates the rise of social capital in different fields using data from the Web of Science database. It shows how the number of publications on social capital has increased in each field over time.

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