Wed, Nov 14 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
This program is pending certification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and Professional Development Credits (PDC'S).
On-line pre-registration will end at 4:00pm on the Friday prior to the meeting. If you do not pre-register and pre-pay (via credit card) before this deadline and still wish to attend, we welcome you to "pay at the door” for an additional $15 fee. Remember, if you need to cancel for any reason, simply send a note to our VPMembership [at] shrm-morrisnj [dot] org (registration team). COST:Members: $40;Members In-Transition: $25; Student Members: $25; Non-Members: $60; Volunteer Chairs: $20
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM:
You will gain insights into how to apply neuroscience principles to mitigate implicit bias and enhance the selection and development of key talent. The ability to make accurate predictions about talent is a key skill for talent acquisition and recruiting professionals. Who should we hire? Promote? Who needs aggressive development? But people are complex—they will either delight or disappoint us. This session will explore the science of predicting potential; the neuroscience of personality; methods to mitigate implicit bias; and insights that will enhance the selection, development and retention of high-potential talent. This session will help you: · Identify research-based predictors of leadership potential. · Explain the role of personality in potential and the methods for assessing talent. · Describe methods for mitigating implicit bias in your talent selection processes.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Kim E. Ruyle, President, Inventive Talent Consulting Kim Ruyle is President of Inventive Talent Consulting, a Florida-based firm that provides strategic talent management and organizational development consulting for leading global organizations. He is an Associate in Korn Ferry’s Global Network. Kim has thirty years of experience in human resources, organizational development, and general management. Kim has presented at more than 100 national and international conferences, published dozens of articles and book chapters, served on numerous expert panels and editorial boards, and authored or co-authored five books on talent management and leadership development. Kim’s academic credentials include three master’s degrees and a PhD and an Executive Certificate in Applied NeuroLeadership from the NeuroLeadership Institute and Pepperdine University. Kim’s latest book, Lessons from a CEO’s Journal, was published in 2014