Program Highlights

  • Identifying and differentiating between various categories of assessments.
  • Developing skills to choose suitable  psychometric assessments for Human Resource initiative.
  • Combining various assessment methods to gain deep  and comprehensive insights into human potential and capabilities.
  • Creating organization-specific psychometric competency framework.
  • Leveraging new technologies such as digital footprints,artificial intelligence and machine learning to predict human performance across the Human Resource Value chain

Workshop Speakers

  • Akinsola Olowu

    Chairman, Board of Directors

    Professor Akinsola Olowu is the pioneer professor of psychology at the Obafemi Awolowo University....

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  • Anthony Alagbile

    President/Managing Psychologist

    Anthony Alagbile is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist from the British Psychological Society....

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  • Joseph Odunsanya, PhD

    Management Expert & Organizational Psychologist

    Joseph has a Phd in Management from the Unversity of Science in Malasia in addition to a Bsc in...

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Benefits Of Attending

-Latest and up to date findings in the assessment world to give you an edge.

-Certificate of attendance issued jointly by the institute of industrial and organizational physiology  ( and Mettl inc (

-Free competency based psychometric assessment framework Breakfast and Lunch.

Who Should Attend


-Senior Business leaders.

-HR Directors.

-Group heads of HR.

-Heads of Talent Learning & Organizational Development.

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Date: 20th July, 2017

Venue: Center for Management Development Auditorium, Management Village, Shangisha, Magodo-Lagos.

Time: 8:30am to 4:30pm

How can we help you?

Contact us at the Institute of Industrial and Organisational Psychology today. We are excited to engage and connect with you.

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