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September 11, 2012

Live Webcast: How To Find and Keep Amazing UX Researchers


AnswerLab Learning Event: How To Find and Keep Amazing UX Researchers

Join us for an AnswerLab Webcast
How to Find and Keep Amazing UX Researchers

Do you need to find exceptional user experience research talent?  Need help knowing where to find your next amazing UX researcher, or separating the excellent from the average candidates? AnswerLab's success depends on hiring the best talent, so we’ve learned what it takes to hire outstanding researchers.

AnswerLab  Research Director and Talent Development Team leader, Pamela Walshe, will present a LIVE webcast sharing Best Practices for Finding and Keeping Amazing UX Researchers.       

Please join this webcast to learn:

The attributes every amazing UX researcher should have
3 key components of the interview process that will separate the exceptional from the average researcher
Professional development strategies for retaining talented researchers

As a bonus, all webcast registrants will receive a complimentary copy of  AnswerLab's "Quick Guide to Hiring Amazing UX Researchers" shared during the webcast.

Presenter: Pamela Walshe, AnswerLab
  Pamela Walshe is a Research Director at AnswerLab with 10+ years experience in UX Research. As the manager of the San Francisco research team, she has a passion for talent development and creating new research practices. Pamela also has deep expertise in Financial Services, Automotive, Retail, and Pharmaceutical industries.

Prior to joining AnswerLab, Pamela was a VP and manager of the User Research team at Wells Fargo. Having worked within large corporate organizations and on the agency side, Pamela has solid consulting skills and works well within complex business environments.

Pamela graduated with a Master’s degree in Information Management from UC Berkeley’s iSchool and has a BA with High Honors in Anthropology (also from UC Berkeley).




Online Event Registration: http://bit.ly/QKzcvM
United States


September 11, 2012





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