Today's recruiting professionals are no strangers to tech buzzwords like "Tweet", "Friend Request" or "Follow". With increasingly frequent webinars, articles, and white papers urging talent managers to get on board with Web 2.0 or risk being left behind, the case for integrating these solutions into their recruiting strategy has been clearly articulated. But is it as simple as starting a Twitter account to post jobs? Does a Facebook Fan Page guarantee an increase in quality candidates and decreased time to fill? Do personal social networks and professional objectives mix?
Join talent management consultants Dustin Cann of The Newman Group and Jeremy Roberts of Futurestep as they bridge the gap between the vision of fully integrated Web 2.0 platforms and building the strategy and execution needed to deliver upon this vision and measure its results. Learn how to follow an established roadmap to identify social networking goals, tie them to business strategies, select and implement complementary tools, and finally measure success.
Social Networking platforms are already making a big impact on talent management for many organizations. Learn how to go beyond agreeing to actually implement tools that will help drive your organization's talent management strategy.