Webinar | Shifting the Gears of Innovation presented by The Chicago School
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 Export to Your Calendar 11/13/2019
When: Wednesday, November 13
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Where: United States
Contact: Chicago SHRM Headquarters
(312) 368-0188


Online registration is available until: 11/13/2019
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Shifting the Gears of Innovation

 FREE FOR CHICAGO SHRM MEMBERS 

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EARN 1.0 SHRM PDC & 1.0 HRCI RECERTIFICATION CREDIT


How do you keep up with Innovation and Technology?  How do you prepare for progress?  As HR professionals, we are continuously working with innovation impacting the workplace including new technology and enhanced processes.  Learn how HR should collaborate with other leaders in the organization to lead change and innovation using psychological principles.

 

At the end of the program, participants will:

  • Describe how innovation drives our future
  • Understand how HR leaders partner with other organizational leaders through the implementation process
  • Identify how psychology principles influences processes that drives the workplace behavior towards desired outcomes during innovative times

 

Kelly Torres, Ph.D. is the Department Chair of the Educational Psychology and Technology program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has taught numerous university-level courses in both online and face-to-face settings in content areas such as educational psychology, foundations of education, assessment, curriculum development, linguistics, and culture. Dr. Torres’s research interests are focused on the implementation of technology into educational settings in order to enhance student academic outcomes and on various aspects of the motivational influences that may impact second language learning and culture.

Aubrey Statti, Ed.D. is an assistant professor of Educational Psychology and Technology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has worked in higher education for 13 years and has taught at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate levels in areas of psychology, counseling, education, research, human services, and life coaching. Her research interests include educational psychology, educational technology, K-12 education, online education, early childhood education, digital storytelling, rural education, and the impact of mentorship in educational settings.