Dan Ford, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eugenia McGrath email@example.com
Jess Xu firstname.lastname@example.org
Mel Cash email@example.com
Paulette Brazzale, firstname.lastname@example.org
Penny Williams, email@example.com
Stewart Forsyth firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tuesday 10 September, 5.30 – 7.00pm||AUT, Corner of Wakefield and Mayoral Drive, Level 7, Room: WF710|| |
Should we try to be ourselves at work?
Findings from over 37,000 research participants from countries around the world show that authenticity has a significant positive effect on both well-being and engagement. What are the implications of these findings? Efforts aimed at encouraging employee authenticity could provide a valuable opportunity to improve key outcomes.
Important – this event is alcohol free, but information rich!
|Dr Anna Sutton, Senior Lecturer in Organisational Psychology |
|Wednesday 16th October – Breakfast meeting, 7.30 am – 8.30 am||Talegent Board Room Level 18, 48 Emily Place, Auckland CBD||The future of talent selection: What can utilising artificial intelligence and data reveal about your candidates?|
Cameron Beazley is a psychometrician passionate about the creation, and validation, of innovative psychometric assessments for large-scale recruitment and to maximise business outcomes. He has specialist expertise with data analytics, IO psychology, machine learning and behaviour analysis.
Cameron will be discussing creating an engaging and supportive candidate experience to measure the talent of the future and utilising your data for the best results.
He will be sharing specific insights on:
Data as an asset
Uses of data pre and post-hire
Validated competency frameworks
AI and machine learning can be used to create psychometrically valid assessments that facilitate natural responses and support candidates to share their authentic selves and highlight their strengths. This session will cover how your organisation can optimise the use of your data to hire the best candidates.