Online Program
Session Type: Meeting
Program Session: 95 | Submission: 21075 | Sponsor(s): (EXH)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 9 2019 9:45AM - 11:15AM at Boston Hynes Convention Center in 101
How Academic-Practitioner Partnerships Can Enhance HRM Majors Learning & Employability
HRM Learning & Employability

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In this session we will discuss academic-practitioner partnerships that equip the human resource and business leaders of tomorrow with the tools, knowledge, professional development and credentialing needed to become experts in evidence-based, HR management. These programs combine targeted professional development; learning experiences based on real-world data and business cases; and credentialing in the administration, interpretation, and application of one of the most widely used talent assessments in the industry. All content of these programs is developed through extensive and ongoing applied research that incorporates findings from a wide range of organization types and sizes; from start-ups to Fortune 50. By participating, students graduate with practical knowledge and professional certification in applying scientifically valid assessment tools to solve the biggest human capital challenges facing business leaders today and beyond; valuable insight into their own professional strengths and development needs; and the ability to bring to bear scientific insights to align people and strategy. In this presentation, Principal Scientist and Head of Academic Research, Tom Schoenfelder, PhD., will discuss: • How business schools an enhance their HR majors workforce readiness with professional development • The value of integrating assessment science into HR curricula • The professional advantages of certification in employee assessment • Case studies with Temple University and the University of Central Florida
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