The User Experience Day Leadership Development Workshop is an exclusive‚ invitation-only event that brings together the most promising emerging leaders in the user experience area for an intensive leadership development activity. These emerging leaders are identified through a meticulous selection process that concentrates on their professional accomplishments in user experience or leadership in HFES. They often have won society-levels awards such as HFES student member with honors and/or the Alphonse Chapanis Student Award. The event matches the emerging leaders with UX leaders and researchers heading the major industry and academic UX organizations around the country in a unique mentoring event.
This year‚ the emerging leaders will be required to make a 3-minute elevator-pitch style presentation on the importance of using UX methods when designing a customer interaction‚ followed by a 2-minute critique by one of the participating mentors. This will be followed by a group discussion of the effectiveness of their pitch style and content‚ moderated by Marc Resnick and Chalil Madathil.
If you have been invited to participate in this event‚ you should be proud of your accomplishments and know that your hard work has not gone unnoticed. If you were not invited this year‚ I would like to encourage you to get active and to get visible. Getting onto the fast track‚ in whatever area of human factors you specialize in‚ has benefits that last a lifetime.
This event is being sponsored by the generous support of Design Interactive.
For more information‚ contact Kapil Chalil Madathil at firstname.lastname@example.org
|We have the honor to announce the sponsor for this session at Human Factors and Ergonomics Society International Annual Conference 2014 at Chicago.
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