With a focus on the psychological aspects of employee value creation, Dr. Matt Call delves into the hidden potential of corporate alumni networks.
Dr. Matt Call, organizational psychologist and professor at Texas A&M Business School, uncovers the hidden potential of alumni networks in the corporate world. With a focus on the psychological aspects of employee value creation, he delves into why employees matter more than we often realize.
Exploring the concept of "alumni culture," the alumni management process is examined in three key periods: pre-departure, post-exit, and the Exit Transition. Also under the spotlight is the critical role of managers in shaping the exit experience for departing employees.
Furthermore, he explores the concept of social capital within alumni networks and the benefits and risks associated with involving current employees. What is the role of a shared culture of trust and reciprocity to mitigate potential risks.
Finally, he introduces the idea of calculating Employee Lifetime Value (ELV), demonstrating how investments in human capital and alumni networks can transform the way businesses view and approach their employees.Watch recording