December 18 - How to Lead a Human Resources Data Analytics Team (Webcast - FREE)

12:00 - 1:00 p.m. PT
Webcast (FREE for Members and Non-Members)
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Industrial Organizational Psychologists use psychological principles and research tactics to solve workplace and business problems, and improve workers' experiences. I/O psychologists study the working styles of managers and employees, observe and analyze workplace productivity, acclimate themselves with the company environment in question, and collaborate with management teams to devise new company policies, organize training sessions, and come up with a long-term business plan.

Learn how an I/O psychologist uses data analytics to help improve the effectiveness of an organization’s human resources functions. The data and visual representations help decision makers understand the status of an organization and key levers to target in order for improvement in effectiveness or efficiency in hiring, training, and performance management. 


  1. Describe the responsibilities and role of an I/O consultant or psychologist involved with running a human resources data analytics team.
  2. Identify the best practices for data analytics in Human Resources, using a case study example.
  3. Compare data software that is used in Human Resources analytics (i.e., excel, Tableau, and Power BI).

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Felix Caraballo, Ph.D., has over 10 years-experience working as an organizational consultant, executive coach, and a human resource professional in healthcare, education, nonprofit and legal organizations. He specializes in leadership development, performance management, organizational development, diversity in organizations, and statistical research.

Felix is fascinated by human behavior and the belief that one person can spark organizational change. He believes that he has the ability to help each member of an organization reach their full potential. His goal is to help transform organizational culture by aligning leadership with the needs of all employees in order to create a high performing organization.

Felix completed his PhD in Organizational Psychology at California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco where his research focused on organizational cultural differences of China and the United States using the Denison Organizational Culture Model. His other research interests include international organizational culture, diversity in organizations that leads to innovation, and developing organizational assessment tools. 

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