Atlanta Chicago Booth Alumni Club invites you to an evening with Matt Ferguson, CEO of CareerBuilder.
Please go to the website for details.
Are you wondering where the Labor market and specifically Atlanta is moving? Concerned when and how the AI / Bots going to take away the jobs? Are you wondering a career transition and skills required?
Come and enjoy an evening with your Chicago Booth friends.
Please come to the private back room at Tuk Tuk Thai Loft (http://www.tuktukatl.com/).
Alumni & current students - $10
Non-Alumni - $15
Light appetizers will be provided. Open Bar.
Register By Email
Please register so that we have the right head-count for the food.
Matt Ferguson (Speaker) '01
About Matt Ferguson:
Matt Ferguson is the Chief Executive Officer of CareerBuilder and co-author of "The Talent Equation." An award-winning leader who has always challenged the status quo, Ferguson took CareerBuilder to the No. 1 position in online recruitment within five years. Under his direction, CareerBuilder has evolved into a global, end-to-end human capital solutions company that outperforms competitors in both technology innovation and revenue.
Working with top employers in more than 60 markets worldwide, Matt Ferguson is often called upon to provide insights on the labor market, as well as HR and workplace trends. In addition to writing content for leading publications such as Harvard Business Review and Business Insider, he has appeared on CNBC Squawk Box, ABC World News, CBS Evening News, Bloomberg TV, the TODAY Show, FOX Your World with Neil Cavuto, Nightly Business Report and CNN, among others. He was named to Crain's Chicago Business "40 Under 40" and ranked in the top 10 list of Glassdoor's "Highest Rated CEOs.
Through bold strategies, Ferguson spearheaded CareerBuilder's transformation from a recruitment giant to a powerhouse in both pre-hire and post-hire solutions. He introduced a new vision for advertising, software, and services that have changed the way companies acquire and manage talent. Passionate about closing the skills gap, Ferguson played a key role in establishing nationwide initiatives to help students find their calling and to help workers quickly develop skills for in-demand jobs.