ESIX NY 10-24-19
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ESIX NY 10-24-19

Our regular ESIX NY Member Meeting at The Oak Room, The Algonquin Hotel, New York.

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When: Oct 24, 2019
Breakfast at 9:30am, meeting starts at 10:00am
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Oak Room, Algonquin Hotel
59 West 44th Street
New York, New York  10036
United States
Presenter: Simon Mullins
Contact: Simon Mullins
+1-425-836-6575


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Thursday, October 24th, 2019

Location         The Oak Room, The Algonquin Hotel, 59 West 44th Street, New York City, 10036

 

9:30am           Arrival, Coffee/Continental Breakfast

10:00 am        Meeting begins/Introductions

10:15 am        Improved Interviews, The Human Way

Although we often talk about next-generation technology (AI, bots, etc.) impacting our world at some point soon, in many cases it seems as if we’re finding ourselves revisiting the fundamentals which have not changed in decades – solid research, outstanding outreach, quality assessment, and excellent candidate and client experience. A neglect of these core tenets by a human recruiter is often the cause of a troubled search, or hire, in one way or another. In this segment we will hear from Michael Neece, the CEO of Interview Mastery, who has developed a data-driven selection process based on process-improvement methodologies, which it is claimed can improve hiring speed by almost 50%, while saving money and reducing risk. And it’s all-human - not a bot in sight!

 

11:15 am                    Break

11:30 am        Roundtable Discussion: Participant-chosen topic

News Roundup

12:30 pm                    Lunch

1:30 pm          What it Really Takes to Lead

In his recent book, ‘Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?: (And How to Fix It)’, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic asks why is it so easy for incompetent men to become leaders, and why is it so hard for competent people--especially competent women--to advance? He points out that although men make up a majority of leaders, they underperform when compared with female leaders. In fact, most organizations equate leadership potential with a handful of destructive personality traits, which might get someone selected for a leadership role, but they backfire once the person has the job. Dr. Tomas, the Chief Talent Scientist at ManpowerGroup, as well as a Professor at Columbia University & University College London, will discuss with us what it really takes to lead and how new systems and processes can help us put the right people in charge.
 

2:30 pm          Adjourn