Talent attraction is a comprehensive discipline that incorporates marketing and sales tactics, recruiting, assessments and analytics and even employee engagement. Sourcing is an integral specialization within the larger discipline of talent acquisition, one that can have a very high outcome with regard to improving inefficiencies inherent in traditional recruiting models.
Many talent acquisition teams engage in robust sourcing only to build a huge database of contacts that is not optimized for a specific function or role, or even directly connected to a larger business goal. The most effective sourcing strategies take into account current and future talent needs while aligning with overall business goals.
In this webcast, Shally Steckerl, Founder of the Sourcing Institute, will share best practices for building and implementing a successful sourcing strategy.
You will learn:
Key sourcing competencies and how to structure a talent acquisition team around the skill set
What “a day in the life” looks like for the modern sourcer
Strategies for focusing on outcomes, not activities, and creating effective talent pipelines
How sourcing and recruiting align to the strategic vision set forth by the company