AI (Artificial Intelligence) plays a growing role in organisations across various industries and functions, and organisations everywhere are working on how AI might affect their industry. Its capabilities and applications continue to grow at incredible speeds, particularly with the recent launch of ChatGPT and other alternatives, transforming the way organisations operate, and has the potential to offer significant benefits but also raises important considerations.
So, how might it affect HR and the personality assessment practice? To address this, Summit in partnership with Hogan Assessments, is hosting the “AI Impact on HR” Executive Briefing in Stockholm on October 10.
Through insightful presentations and roundtable discussions, we will cover:
This exclusive Executive Briefing is an intimate peer-to-peer roundtable discussion meeting for a select group of senior executives, heads of HR, leadership development, talent development, organisational development, learning, and operations to share knowledge and best practices, debate key developments and their impact on organisations, and network with peers and leadership development experts. The presentations and discussion are followed by a cocktail reception to carry on the debate.
|15:00 – 15:30||Registration and Welcome Coffee|
|15:30 – 15:40||Welcome & Introduction Karsten Søderberg, CEO, Summit|
|15:40 – 16:10||AI Impact on the HR Practice Jesper Bedinger, Senior Consultant, Summit|
|16:10 – 16:40||AI Impact on Assessments Ryne Sherman, Chief Science Officer, Hogan Assessments|
|16:40 – 18:00||Roundtable Discussion: Future of AI in HR, Assessments and Development Moderator: Karsten Søderberg, CEO, Summit|
|18:00 – 19:00||Networking Reception|
Chief Science Officer, Hogan Assessments
Senior Consultant, Summit
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