Keynote Announced for 2020 Continuity Insights Virtual New York Conference

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The 9th annual Continuity Insights New York Conference, which will take place virtually October 19-23, 2020, has announced it keynote topic and speakers. The Shape of Behavior, Society, the Workplace, and the Future, will be presented by Hart Brown and George Vergolias, PsyD, of R3 Continuum.

The world is rapidly reinventing itself while many people are still caught in the fog of psychological uncertainty. Organizational leadership is continually looking for sound counsel to navigate new trends and behavioral economics. What is clear is that this systemic crisis cannot simply be managed by repeating success in the past. So how do you create value by staying ahead of the needs of the organization?

In this topical keynote session, Brown and Vergolias will address the challenges of employee uncertainty to organizations today, what behavioral science tells us to expect tomorrow, and how these behavioral insights can help us to create value now and in the future.

Registration for this year’s educational event is now available at special virtual rate of $125, which will give attendees access to all conference sessions and proceedings during the week of October 19-23. Additionally, all sessions will be available on-demand for attendees can experience the presentations at their convenience and gain up to 20+ continuing education credits.

View the full Continuity Insights New York Conference program to learn more and register for this year’s event here.

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