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    BNHRA Monthly Meeting: Decoding Human Behavior

    February 21, 2018
    5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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    Monthly Meeting: Decoding Human Behavior: Avoid the Same Hiring Mistakes

    presented by Nick Ryberg, president and founder, Hunter-Ross

    Learning Objectives:
    What are best in class companies doing?
      a. Employee Engagement
      b. Positive results of EE
    Current assessment practices in HR industry
      a. Evolution of analytics/assessments
      b. Types of assessments
    How Assessments are applied
      a. Selection
      b. Onboarding
      c. Employee Development
      d. Promotions/succession
    Four Factor Behaviors/Assessments
      a. Dominance
      b. Extraversion
      c. Patience
      d. Formality
    “Pick the President” Activity (if time allows)
    Evaluating Assessment Products
      a. Key Factors
      b. What to look for

    About our presenter:

    Nick, president and owner of Hunter-Ross, has expertise in executive level search projects, predictive analytics, and assessment solutions.  He has over 30 years of combined experience in private sector human resources leadership in fortune 500 companies along with leading the development and growth of organizational consulting and executive search businesses nationwide.  He has been recognized as a leader in the search industry.  As a Predictive Index Certified Partner, Nick leads the firm's PI and business consulting practice.  Nick also leads key search projects with strategic accounts.

    Tickets

    $0.00 SHRM Foundation Donation - Name Your Amount

    $30.00 BNHRA Member

    $0.00 BNHRA Member PLUS (pre-paid meetings)

    $0.00 BNHRA Student Member

    $45.00 Non Member or Guest

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