Monthly Chapter Meeting
Session Title: Proactive Hiring: Get Out and Make Some Friends!
Thanks to our Sponsor: Dave and Busters
Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 (11:30 AM - 1:30 PM) - Live Webcast Also Available
Help wanted signs and Internet job boards are no longer the ideal hiring strategy. Too reactive, these strategies keep churning up the same candidates looking for a job.
Proactive hiring is easier said than done. Maybe you think you are already being proactive. What does it really mean? Why should you care?
You need this session if you think you are already being proactive – you could be wrong or you could do more. You don’t want to miss the best talent match because you are not looking in the right places or you are waiting for the right candidate to find you, do you?
Let’s turn the talent acquisition model upside down by using social media resources to build relationships in addition to posting or searching. Let’s have candidates waiting in the wings because they think your company is just the greatest and they want to work for you!
We will look at ways to use social media to build relationships with candidates you don’t know yet, candidates you might have overlooked or never found with your current recruiting techniques.
Our objectives in this session are to: 1) Plan which positions are best suited to proactive recruiting, 2) Identify ideal candidates then build and maintain relationships through social media until the time is right, and 3) Consider other measurements to understand whether your talent acquisition strategy works for your organization.
Speaker: Katherine Burik, InterviewDoc
Katherine Burik is an energetic and creative leader with a service focus to human resources. She has specific expertise in strategic planning and coaching leadership teams to improve performance and results. The Interview Doctor sprang from Katherine's observation, based on her human resource experience and work with recruiters that every aspect of the job search process needs improvement. She coaches candidates looking for jobs, companies interested in improving their HR and talent processes. She speaks frequently to groups about career development and successful job search techniques. Her thoughts about job search appear regularly in The Interview Doctor blog. Katherine has published white papers and three books on job search as part of The Job Seeker Manifesto, including: The Job Search Marketing Plan: Declare to the World How You Will Find Your Next Job, Resumes 3.0: Tools to find your next job, and Tell Me About Yourself: Secrets to Successful Job Interviews. A fourth book, Talent Search Marketing Plan, is in the works. In her previous life as Vice President or Director of Human Resources at several businesses in Chicago and Northeast Ohio, Katherine reported to the President and CEO, responsible for the entire array of human resource functions. Katherine is a member of the Society of Human Resource Managers, the Association for Talent Development, the International Coach Federation, and the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches. She earned her BA in History from Northwestern University and MS in Industrial Relations from Loyola University of Chicago. She has been certified as a Senior HR Professional by the Society of Human Resource Managers and is certified as a Registered Corporate Coach.
This program will be submitted to HRCI and SHRM for their review for recertification credits.
Lunch Buffet will be served
Location: Corporate College East
Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Registration/Networking: 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Welcome/Announcements: 12:00-12:15 AM
Lunch/Program (Webcast) 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
RSVP by Friday, June 9th NOON!
Cleveland SHRM Member: $25
Students/Members in Transition: $15
Can't attend in person?
We also do a live broadcast of the event. Registration costs are the same to help cover
the costs incurred to provide this service.
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RSVP by Friday, June 9th NOON!