The website for the April 27-29 ERE Recruiting Conference is launching today, featuring a long list of new in-house talent-acquisition leaders speaking, new topics, and a new format.
A “bold approach to talent-acquisition management & leadership” theme highlights the San Diego event, which includes 23 topics such as:
- the State of Talent Acquisition 2015
- The Future of Talent Acquisition
- Make Talent Acquisition More Agile
- Infuse New Life Into Your Employee Referral Programs
- Increasing the Competencies of Your Talent Acquisition Team
- Hiring, Training, and Managing Recruiters
- … and more topics designed for those who manage their organization’s TA function.
Among the dozens of new speakers:
- John “Coach Bru” Brubaker, award winning college lacrosse coach
- “Antarctic Mike” Pierce, polar marathoner
- Judy Wright, director of talent acquisition solutions & employment brand, Providence Health Services
- Love Whelchel III, chief talent officer, Devries Global
- Mark Fuell, talent acquisition leader, EY
- Mark Craig, managing director, talent acquisition, Charles Schwab
- Kristilina Hintgen, SVP, human resources, loanDepot
- Molly Weaver, director of talent acquisition, Children’s Mercy Hospital
- Mike McDonald, director, talent acquisition, Pandora
- Lindsay Jurisch, global sourcing lead, Sutherland Global Services
- Cat Hernandez, head of talent, Chartbeat
- Joris Luijke, VP of people, Squarespace
- Dan Bruder, director of recruitment, Peace Corps
- Matthew Jeffery, VP global head of sourcing & employment branding, SAP
For the first time, ERE will feature TAD Talks — like a TED talk, but on Talent Acquisition Development. Step out of your comfort zone during these 15-minute talks that’ll provide food for thought and have you rethink the way you spend your day and your dollars.
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After experiments during our past two events which provided rave reviews from all who attended, all attendees will now participate in Think Tanks where you’ll discuss your own challenges and explore solutions at a small table of your in-house, talent-acquisition leader peers. The think tanks will revolve around three topics: 1) Technology; 2) The candidate experience; and 3) Hiring/managing/training recruiters.