Organizations today are tasked with adapting quickly to changing business and technology needs. Navigating this new terrain often calls for game-changing hires with the ability to invigorate teams. These candidates are the recruiter’s holy grail, but how can talent teams attract more of them?
Talent leaders like you are heading to Austin, Texas, May 25–27, to get the answer to this question and more at Indeed Interactive — an exclusive event designed to educate and inspire recruiting teams around the world. This year’s event promises to be nothing short of transformational, bringing together the brightest minds in talent attraction.
You'll connect with 800+ industry leaders on pressing topics and new ideas in talent acquisition, including:
How your biases may be impacting your ability to see top talent. American journalist and NPR science correspondent Shankar Vedantam will help us examine how unconscious bias keeps us from seeing what’s important as we make crucial decisions, and if it’s impacting our ability to identify high-potential hires.
The power of vulnerability in workplace transformation. Research professor Brené Brown has spent the past 13 years studying human connection and how vulnerability affects people in life and work. Her 2010 TEDx talk, The Power of Vulnerability, is one of the top five most viewed TED talks in the world, with over 25 million views. She’ll share her most powerful research on human behavior and show you why vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation.
How you can build an organization overflowing with transformational talent. What if you could look beyond standard recruiting assessments to identify more candidates with a high potential? We’ll share a new look at the traits and behaviors of exceptional employees and how you can apply these insights to craft inbound recruiting strategies that attract more exceptional talent.
Don’t miss out on the inspiration, insights and connections you can gain at Indeed Interactive. Seating is limited, but we’re saving a spot for you. Register now.