The US economy is firmly on the back side of the business cycle, and a mild recession is likely on the horizon because of aggressive interest rate policy decisions by the Fed.
But not all is doom and gloom. Inflationary pressure is easing, and consumers remain willing and able to spend money due to a remarkably resilient job market.
Some business leaders are hampered by the uncertainty of what’s to come, while others thrive, empowered by analytical insights that let them see around the corner and proactively strategize for the future.
You will walk away from the session with the following insights:
- Time-sensitive economic events of public concern such as inflation, interest rates, labor market conditions, consumer spending, business investment and industrial activity
- Practical and actionable advice on how businesses can thrive in an increasingly complex labor market, including tactical strategies to improve talent-oriented initiatives
- Tools that company leadership can use to become better data-driven decision makers in running their businesses
If you are looking for practical and actionable advice designed to help you plan for future economic conditions and continuously improve your company’s talent strategy, then this presentation is for you.
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About the Speaker
Alex Chausovsky is a highly experienced market researcher and analyst with more than 20 years of expertise across subjects including economics, industrial manufacturing, automation, talent and workforce issues, and advanced technology trends.
For the last two decades, he has consulted and advised companies throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia; and his insights and analysis have been featured on NPR, the BBC and in the Wall Street Journal.
Alex has delivered hundreds of keynote presentations and webinars to small businesses, trade associations and Fortune 500 companies across a spectrum of industries.
He is currently serving as director of analytics and consulting for the Bundy Group.