Ask the Expert! Virtual Briefings are exclusive, live webcast presentations that air quarterly. HCI Corporate Members can speak directly to an acclaimed talent management thought leader by submitting their questions beforehand and attending the virtual event.
Getting the right talent into your organization is an essential function that talent acquisition is now charged with. An organization’s culture and productivity are driven by the workforce it is able to attract and retain. But is there a secret sauce to acquiring the best talent you can; Talent that will fit your culture, stay engaged, be promotable and help propel your company forward?
There has been a deluge of new technologies coming on the market that are all claiming to be your silver bullet. How can you decide if adopting new technology will help solve the challenges in the war for talent? Do you have the bandwidth to stay abreast of this onslaught of new tools? What’s the best way to vet new technology? What is the best way to drive innovation in talent acquisition?
Brian Delle Donne is the President of Talent Tech Labs, an innovation lab hyper-focused on recruitment technology. From his multiple COO positions at small and large companies to his background in engineering and economics, Brian has a unique perspective on how technology intersects with talent acquisition. Best of all, he wants to hear and respond to your most pressing questions on the topic.
To participate in this Ask the Expert! Virtual Briefing, register below and submit your question(s) to Brian Delle Donne here no later than Thursday, April 27.
Don’t miss these key takeaways:
Overview the talent acquisition technology landscape
Understand global talent acquisition technology trends
Learn the questions every buyer should ask when evaluating vendors – how to consider features based on the multi-perspectives of customers - candidate, hiring manager, and recruiter
Recognize how to balance human and technology elements in talent acquisition – how to leverage technology to focus more on relationships