Shifting From Tactical to Strategic Talent Acquisition
We've all heard the expression, "Failing to plan is planning to fail." And while we know this to be true, we continue to be reactive. We fight daily fires and make sure the squeaky wheel gets the grease, the entire time telling ourselves, "No, really, this year we're going to be more strategic!"
In this webinar – designed for talent acquisition leaders by a talent acquisition leader –
we'll finally get out in front of what we are doing to make some real, positive change in recruitment in our organizations. Featuring talent acquisition expert and author, Tim Sackett, we'll lay out an achievable, step-by-step recruiting plan for organizations of all sizes that will deliver the results executives are looking for.
You'll gain insights into:
- 5 steps every recruiting plan should have
- Tips for launching and measuring the success of your recruiting plan
- 3 reasons most recruitment plans fail
Watch today to get expert guidance on how you can build a more proactive, strategic recruitment function!
About the Speakers
President, HRU Technical Resources
Tim is the President of HRU Technical Resources, an engineering and IT staffing firm in Lansing, MI. He has 20 years of HR and recruiting background split evenly between corporate Fortune 500 gigs and third-party staffing gigs. Tim also writes about the good and the bad of talent acquisition practices and how organizations can be smarter when it comes to acquiring, assessing and hiring top talent. You can catch him weekly at
timsackett.com and fistfuloftalent.com.
Head of Solution Consulting for Talent Acquisition, Saba Software
As Saba's Head of Solution Consulting for Talent Acquisition, Nick serves as a true partner to Saba's customers, ensuring he and his team help them design, implement and measure impactful talent acquisition strategies that maximize the value of their technology investment.
Nick's background, while extensive, isn't traditional. He worked for many years in the recruitment and sales industries, always overachieving and delivering the best possible results for clients and candidates. Nick considers himself a salesman, marketer, entrepreneur, blogger, social media strategist and overall technical geek. His specialties include recruiting, training, technology implementation, and project management. In his spare time he loves to build websites and job boards and also makes a mean omelet!