Palo Alto, California / September 27, 2012—BraveNewTalent, the leading social platform of online talent communities where organizations and talented people connect, communicate and collaborate around relevant professional topics, will host an interactive webinar panel discussion on the Social Realities of Talent Strategy on Wednesday, October 3, from 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. EST (10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. PST).
According to a new report from McKinsey Global Institute analyzing over 4,200 companies, social technologies could bring $900 billion to $1.3 trillion in business value to organizations. But when it comes to talent acquisition, internal mobility, content marketing, learning, ongoing development and engagement, just how “social” are organizations today and how much value can they really glean from it?
To answer this question and more, three experienced principals from Recruiting Toolbox — Chris Havrilla, Ben Gotkin and Carmen Hudson — will participate on an interactive webinar panel moderated by Master Burnett, long-time HR and recruiting strategist and Director of Strategy at BraveNewTalent. Recruiting Toolbox is a consulting and training firm that partners with HR and recruiting leaders to build and deploy the right recruiting strategies, plans, processes, systems, tools and training.
During the Social Realities of Talent Strategy webinar on October 3, 2012, the panel will explore:
– What many organizations are doing with their social talent strategies that isn’t effective and why they keep doing them.
– If social recruiting can truly elevate organization’s talent acquisition and internal mobility strategy.
– How organizations can better use content marketing to promote thought leadership and engage their next-generation workforce.
– The differences between talent networks and communities and just how realistic they are to build and maintain.
“Many talent organizations struggle with adapting their employment branding, recruitment marketing and talent engagement activities to deliver relevant and valuable content via social channels capable of engaging the current and next-generation workforce,” said Master Burnett, Director of Strategy at BraveNewTalent. “In order for organizations to fully leverage social networking and social learning, they need to be inclusive of their entire talent ecosystem — the applicants, employees, contractors, service providers, alumni, even customers — empowering them to affiliate and knowledge share with one another, thus enabling organizations to develop the skills and expertise of their talent long-term. Only then will there be true talent communities and this is what we hope to uncover during our webinar.”
Talent acquisition, human resource and learning & development leaders are encouraged to attend this insightful Social Realities of Talent Strategy webinar on Wednesday, October 3, from 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. EST (10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. PST).
BraveNewTalent is a social platform of online talent communities where organizations and talented people connect, communicate and collaborate around relevant professional topics for social learning, professional networking, and skill development throughout the career life-cycle.
Kevin W. Grossman, BraveNewTalent, 831-419-6810, kevin (at) bravenewtalent (dot) com