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Talented HR, HR Analytics, and HR Technology expert with a proven ability to provide unique and innovative insights and solutions in the management and application of human capital. Dr. Moon's areas of expertise/research focus include: performance management, employee engagement, social technology use in the workplace, culture/trust, learning, HR measurement and analytics, social network analysis. She also has a deep understanding of the motivational factors that impact employees and is passionate about finding a balance between growing a business and treating employees well. Dr. Moon is a highly sought speaker on the topics of HR analytics and social technology. She is an expert in helping organizations to understand how to harness the connective power of social technology in the workplace in order to facilitate greater levels of social capital and to strengthen relationships between employees creating a culture that is focused on "We", rather than one that is focused on,"Me". --------- Recent/Upcoming Speaking Engagements: Diversity Best Practices, New York City, NY, December 4, 2015 "Learning & Development for Maximum D&I Impact" HR & Workforce Analytics Innovation Summit, Chicago, October 23, 2015, "Workshop: Big Data with a Little “b”: Getting Started with Analytics in HR" 18th Annual HR Technology Conference, Las Vegas, October 18, 2015, Pre-Conference Session with IBM: "Inspire your workforce ... Ignite the future ... Infuse analytics into every talent decision" Senior Care HR Innovation Network Engagement Summit , Chicago, October 13, 2015: "Game, Set, Match: The Ins and Outs of Engagement with Gamification" --------- Membership/Certifications: SHRM; NEHRA; AOM; PHR (HRCI); Actor's Equity Association Keywords: michael moon, SPSS, hr analytics, social networks, sna, workforce science, talent management, researcher, analyst, thought leader, visionary, employee voice, social capital, diversity, human workplace, HR technology, employee experience.
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