A Keynote You’re Sure to “Like”

It’s no secret who we are on paper can easily differ from who we are in the real world. And today, more than ever, we spend most of our lives online. But what does this mean for research?

Our personal data can often be the tipping point for our next workplace move, and for learning and development leaders, specifically, predictability uncovered through this data can often pave the way for employee success.

Christian Rudder is the gatekeeper to one of the richest data sets in the world. The source? The widely popular, online dating website, OkCupid, co-founded by Rudder, himself.

Statistical observations of interactions on OkCupid allowed Rudder to craft his latest (and hugely anticipated) new book, “Dataclysm,” in which he uses data to show the behavior behind the numbers. Revolutionary, timely and oh-so appropriate of today’s society.

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, attendees will have a date with Christian Rudder when he takes the stage for his keynote, “Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One’s Looking). #CLOsym

Rudder will explain the research findings behind our activity online, proving our predictability, expressiveness (both privately and publically) and lack of confidentiality in such an online world.

To see Rudder in action and what’s in store for this keynote, watch the preview video now!

So, join Christian Rudder and us at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines this fall in Austin, TX for the Fall 2015 CLO Symposium. It’s a match!

Until next time.

Taylar Ramsey

Marketing Manager

Human Capital Media

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