2019 Recruitment & Retention | Dallas/Ft. Worth
Hosted in Irving Wednesday, September 25, 2019 7:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. CDT
A stronger team starts with smarter decisions made at the C-level.
Talent is the No. 1 decision facing CEOs. This Executive Workshop is your launch pad to prioritize talent as a business strategy. Explore talent management concepts that further your leadership, and make valuable connections as you move forward.
Our expert presenters will speak specifically to the CEO’s role in integrating talent planning into business strategy. They’ll help you cultivate a new perspective — accelerating your ability to hire, engage, manage and motivate the best of the best. Key takeaways will include:
- How to find the right balance of recruitment and retention.
- Insights from baseball icon Billy Beane to hire based on data — not gut — to grow your company.
- Best practices for attracting, appreciating and retaining military-experienced talent for your team.
Your investment in people is one of the biggest you will make, both in time and money. Gain a vital competitive edge. Register now.
Members and guests welcome. For more details contact Stephanie Koegel, Event Planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The belief that talent is an HR decision is not only limiting, it leaves your company poised to fall behind the competition. As leader, you dictate your company culture. You decide how to prioritize talent. You make strategic decisions in support of smarter, more cost-effective practices.
Your company. Your people. Your imperative. This workshop is designed to guide CEOs through the following key topics:
Topic No. 1: Recruitment
- How to measure the results of your recruiting strategy.
- Hiring based on data — not gut — to grow your company.
- Best practices for attracting military-experienced talent.
Topic No. 2: Retention
- Finding the right balance of recruitment and retention.
- Fixing the strategies and tactics failing most firms.
- How to keep military veterans on your team.
Kathleen Quinn Votaw (2019)Founder & CEO, TalenTrust
Your approach to hiring is all wrong
A recent issue of the Harvard Business Review states: Businesses have never done as much hiring as they do today. They’ve never spent as much money doing it. And they’ve never done a worse job of it. Kathleen Quinn Votaw of TalenTrust will outline key findings from the HBR issue, offering expert context and clarification for executives of middle-market companies. Leave with best practices to:
- Fix the strategies and tactics failing most firms.
- Find the right balance of recruitment and retention.
- Shift focus to quality over quantity in building candidate pipelines.
Rob ArndtSVP of Business Development, Bradley-Morris Inc. & RecruitMilitary
Straight talk on hiring and retaining veterans
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Rob Arndt and the RecruitMilitary Team have more than 60 combined years in the military-to-civilian employment niche, standing as a trusted resource and asset to civilian industry, educational institutions, government agencies and federal contractors for creating and enhancing their military hiring and outreach strategies. In his presentation, Rob will share best practices for attracting, appreciating and retaining military-experienced talent for your team.
Anne Petrik 2019Sr. Director of Research, Vistage Worldwide, Inc.
Winning the talent war
Despite declining optimism in the national economy and slowing expansion plans, more than half (56 percent) of Vistage members report plans to expand their workforce in the next year. The latest research from Vistage — with input captured from nearly 1,500 CEOs — reveals how small and midsize businesses are addressing retention and recruitment. In this session, learn the top talent management challenges reported by CEOs and how they are addressing these challenges to maintain growth.
Members through September 4: $55 | After September 4: $65
Guests through September 4: $75 | After September 4: $85
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-- 8-14 days from event = 50% refund
-- 15-30 days from event = 75% refund
-- 31+ days from event = 100% refund
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