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People Science SIG: Generation Z - Planning for the Next Wave of Employees

  • Thu, April 12, 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • The New York Public Library, 445 5th Avenue, 5th Floor (enter on 39th Street), New York, New York 10016
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  • Guests or non-members of ATD NYC can audit ONE Special Interest Group (SIG) for FREE. After that, chapter membership is required. Please note that your registration could be revoked if you have attended a previous SIG event.
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"Tired of conversations about getting Millennials and Boomers to work together? Ready to look to the FUTURE of hiring and retaining the best talent? Then set your sights on Gen Z, the people set to fill your entry level positions for the next 15 years. Kenneth Matos, Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp, will present new research on Gen Z: what they think about work and life, what they want out of their careers and leaders, and how employers can prepare for what they're planning."

The brand new PeopleScience SIG proudly presents their first event. After the presentation we will briefly explore the purpose of this new SIG with all attendees, and discuss ideas to make the SIG a smashing success. 

Presenter Bio: 

Kenneth Matos, Ph.D.

Kenneth Matos, Ph.D. is Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp. He provides clients with actionable advice on collecting, understanding, and acting on employee feedback through evidence-based methodologies. Dr. Matos educates and coaches the Culture Amp community and speaks to mainstream media on the strategic impact of emerging trends in workplace culture and employee experience. 

Prior to Culture Amp, Dr. Matos provided technical and strategic leadership on a wide range of workforce research and consulting projects. His research covers issues of diversity and inclusion, employee well-being, leadership, and organizational culture. He completed his undergraduate work in psychology at Amherst College, received his master’s in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, and earned his Ph.D. in I/O Psychology at the George Washington University. 

Agenda: 

5.30pm  Doors Open
6.00pm  Presentation by Kennet Matos Ph.D
6.45pm  Q&A
7.00pm  Discussion led by this brand new SIG's leadership: how can we make the People Science SIG a smashing success?
7:30pm  Adjourn

Cost:  Free for members, non-members may audit one session.

Registration Deadline and Requirements Register before 4/9/2018 

Intermediate Co-Chair: Mies de Koning (mies.dekoning@atdnyc.org)


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