In-House Recruiting Leaders: The Fall ERE Agenda is Live

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Jun 4, 2014
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Editor’s note: The SourceCon Fall agenda will launch later this week. For now, take a look at the ERE agenda. 

We’re still adding more speakers, but the agenda for the big annual gathering of in-house recruiting leaders is now live.

The topics on the agenda originated from countless one-to-one conversations with talent acquisition leaders, and from surveys we did with attendees from our previous event, 75 percent of who are VP, director, and manager level in-house recruiting leaders from some of the most recognizable companies in the world. Those topics include:

  • Transforming a recruiting department
  • Designing and implementing an employment brand
  • Partnering with hiring managers
  • Quality of hire
  • Improving the candidate experience
  • Making recruiters more consultative
  • Social media management
  • Developing recruiters
  • Increasing your influence through metrics

And dozens more.

The speakers are an awesome array of chief people officers, VPs of talent acquisition, and recruiting directors from companies like NBCUniversal, PwC, Amtrak, Comcast, Spectrum Health, T-Mobile, adidas Group, TOMS, and more. Like the attendees, the speakers are your peers, ensuring a networking experience that is unmatched at other events.

One of the many new features of this conference is what we call “think tanks” — interactive discussions with your peers, without presentations. Tested at our spring event in San Diego, and rated highly by participants, they’ll revolve around topics like managing social media; managing technology; future trends in talent acquisition; and college recruiting. The think tanks are optional: you can attend one, or go to a breakout session.

You can register and look at the session descriptions online now.

This article is part of a series called ERE Media Conferences.
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