Less than a month now until the Economist’s Talent Management Summit on 14th June…
As well as acting as the summit’s social media partner, I’m going to be moderating a panel “THE NET GENERATION—capitalising on unique characteristics” with Ryan Blair, CEO of ViSalus and author of "Nothing To Lose".
Aged 36 now I think, Ryan isn’t quite in the net generation I think we’re supposed to be discussing. But then he did start his first company aged 21 and became a millionaire soon after, so he certainly capitalised on his own unique characteristics!
Anyway, we’re also supported by Lucian Tarnowski (28?) from Brave New Talent, who as CEO of the social recruiting platform, Brave New Talent, certainly fits the bill.
And of course, both of them lead organisations predominantly staffed by net gen employees.
Any thoughts on what I should be asking Ryan?
Also, I’m still taking entries for a free ticket to the summit – you just need to submit an idea for an HR innovation. This can be a big one – a radically different HR architecture would be great – but it could be quite a small one if it’s interesting enough (perhaps like Ryan’s own innovation in asking interviewees to play Connect 4 with him so that he can understand the way they think!???).
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