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Wednesday, April 19 • 9:50am - 10:30am
How to Raise the Bar on Talent

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The universe is working against us every day, trying to lower our hiring bar, as we have new people hiring new people, and desperate hiring managers trying to get their roles filled quickly.

John Vlastelica is a former recruiting director turned consultant and trainer who will walk attendees through three approaches companies are taking to set and maintain a high hiring bar.

Who should attend?

All-in-one Recruiters, Recruiting team leaders, directors and above.

What will be covered

  1. Learn the mechanisms and processes companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Uber, and others are using. 
  2. Learn how to drive alignment with programs like hiring committees (vs. hiring managers), bar raisers, and pipeline interviewing models to drive consistently high quality hiring. 
  3. The new programs and processes you might consider as you play a talent advisor role with your business leaders and recommend new ways to keep the bar high.

What this is NOT

This is not a session on behavioral interviewing or competency-based interviewing.



Speakers
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John Vlastelica

Managing Director, Recruiting Toolbox
John Vlastelica is the managing director of Recruiting Toolbox, a consulting and training firm focused 100 percent on helping recruiters and hiring managers recruit better. Startups to big global brands -- including PepsiCo, Google, Nike, Booking, IKEA, Starbucks, and Pokemon -- hire his team of former recruiting leaders to build custom training for their recruiters and hiring managers. He is a former recruiting director with Amazon and Expedia, instructor for Recruiting Leadership Labs, and a popular speaker at conferences in the U.S. and Europe. Learn more at... Read More →


Wednesday April 19, 2017 9:50am - 10:30am
Marriott Grand Ballroom 7,8,9

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