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A&O – Assessments, profiling, communicating and algorithms

Members of the Amsterdam Leadership Lab (VU) will lead a two hour discussion based on research, theory and practice.

Date and time

11 October 2024 from 14.00 – 17.00

Location

HNK- building- NIP-office 2nd floor, Arthur van Schendelstraat 650 – Utrecht

Wendy Andrews (VU, Assistant Professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Business Director Amsterdam Leadership Lab, ) will lead the discussion concerning the accurate profiling of the person(s) you want to attract for a job.

Bo Wang (VU, researcher PhD candidate) is sharing his research on the various company cultures for people with high ethical standards. What does this mean for job advertisements? How do you attract the people you are looking for?

Marvin Neumann (VU, assistant professor)  is researching the effectiveness of usings algorithms to decide between candidates.

More information to follow as soon as possible. As spaces are limited (max 25) participation is on a first come first serve basis.

The meetings and discussions will be held in English.

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