Human resources leaders are often asked to make big changes while unraveling legacy systems and processes. But what if leaders had the opportunity to come in and build a new talent acquisition organization from the ground up without old systems tying them down? Changing the make-up of the talent acquisition team? What would you do? Hear how Girls Scouts how has re-built HR to steward the business and what that meant for the talent acquisition function.
In this keynote, participants will learn:
- How Talent Acquisition function must understand the business environment–Fortune 100, start-up, non-profit—to make sure you are addressing the right questions
- How Talent Acquisition must perform a self-assessment of their function to ensure that they are constantly raising the bar and incorporating new tools and techniques of the trade
- How Talent Acquisition must take a hard look at their talent and determine if they have the right people in the right roles to respond to business needs as they structure the team for optimal effectiveness
- How Talent Acquisition must become and remain a key business partner with hiring managers, aligning the staffing plans to business goals.