If you read the speaker’s bio on Eric Jaquith, it understates the real talent and influence that Eric has on the sourcing world. I think of Eric as the sourcer’s sourcer. If a sourcer needs a deep dive on a technology or a process, then Eric should be on your speed dial.
Last fall at ERE, I was discussing travel plans with a friend. I knew he had commuted from Atlanta to the conference by car with Eric. He mentioned that he was flying back to Atlanta and I curious why he did not want to travel by car with Eric (frankly, I cannot imagine a more interesting trip than being locked in a car for eight hours discussing sourcing, recruiting and business from Eric’s perspective). My friend replied that his brain still hurt from the trip down.
I doubt that Eric will fry our brains in 75 minutes, but I am looking forward to what he has to day. I still refer to notes that I have taken from previous sessions with Eric.
One of the aspects of SourceCon that I enjoy is learning and sharing. While most of my time will be spent learning from others, I also have an opportunity to share with the SourceCon audience. While I do not believe they are saving the best for last, I am the last speaker of the last day (Monday) and invite you to take a later flight and join me in a discussion of Employing Talent Communities to Rehumanize the Recruiting Process.
Make sure to join us March 14-15th in San Diego at SourceCon – register today!