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5 Macro Human Capital Trends Impacting the Workplace Today

Featuring well-known psychologist, writer, and innovator Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic.

Register now for our November 18 session - 5 Macro Human Capital Trends Impacting the Workplace Today –  featuring well-known psychologist, writer, and innovator Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic.
 

Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
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The workplace is experiencing a period of major turbulence. It can be challenging to see the big picture and identify where and how we can have the most impact as I-O psychologists and leaders in talent management. The purpose of this session is to consider the macro trends and their strategic implications.

This highly interactive session will focus on 5 major trends impacting the workplace (and I-O psychologists) today:

1) Crisis Leadership/Leadership in Crisis;
2) The Never-ending Rise of DEIB;
3) Wellness, Health, and Wellbeing;
4) Making Hybrid Work, Work;
5) Humanizing Work in the Age of AI.

Full session details available here.
 

November 18, 11 am – 2:00 pm ET
Members: $139  |  Nonmembers: $169

Register Here


We encourage all SIOP members to invite nonmember colleagues to attend this and all Work Smart sessions. It is a great way to promote the value of I-O psychology!  For the November session nonmembers will be offered member level pricing by using the following promo code:  21NovVwS

Continuing education credit opportunities are available for the Work Smart Series virtual webinar.
If you have questions about continuing education credits, please contact Susan K. Rogers, CAE, at srogers@siop.org.

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