Amber Stark

Explore the 5 Macro Human Capital Trends Impacting the Workplace Today

As an I-O psychologist, you need a wide-angle view of today’s world of work. The first installment of the SIOP Work Smart Series: Content + Connection, 5 Macro Human Capital Trends Impacting the Workplace Today, will provide some of that insight.

To be held November 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET, this session will be presented by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and will take a closer look at the factors most impacting the workplace today:

  • Crisis Leadership/Leadership in Crisis
  • The Neverending Rise of DEIB
  • Wellness, Health, and Wellbeing
  • Making Hybrid Work, Work
  • Humanizing Work in the Age of AI 

Benefits of attending this event include:

  1. Access to key I-O thought leadership. Dr. Chamorro-Premuzic is an international authority in psychological profiling, talent management, and people analytics. Gain insight into his take on these trends and what he thinks are the best strategies for addressing these trends.
  2. Participation in a highly collaborative discussion. Registrants will be able to engage with other talent management professionals to discuss how and where they can make the biggest impact in their workplace.
  3. A chance to show how I-O psychology affects all facets of work. The content covered in this session will provide great materials to show your organization exactly the depth of influence I-O psychology has on the day to day lives of employees and in reaching strategic goals.

Register now to take advantage of this interactive and engaging analysis.

Don’t forget to share the promo code 21NovVwS with your non-member colleagues so they can take advantage of the $139 member rate. CE credits are available for this session.

Previous Article APA Council of Representatives Passes 3 Historic Resolutions
Next Article Notice of Request for Information (RFI) on Public and Private Sector Uses of Biometric Technologies
3254 Rate this article:
No rating
Comments are only visible to subscribers.


Information on this website, including articles, white papers, and other resources, is provided by SIOP staff and members. We do not include third-party content on our website or in our publications, except in rare exceptions such as paid partnerships.