Who Should Attend?
Corporate Recruiting Managers and Directors (only) who lead recruiters and are responsible for recruiting strategy for some or all of their organization.
Past attendees have included recruiting leaders from companies in technology, financial services, retail, consumer packaged goods, healthcare, and more, including Twitter, eBay, Nike, Facebook, Microsoft, GoDaddy, Netflix, IKEA, Starbucks, Visa, KPMG, Square, Booking.com, Nestle, Target, PepsiCo, Little Caesars, Deloitte, KLA Tencor, SAP, Amazon, and LinkedIn.
Leaders have typically led small (3-person+) to large (20-person+) corporate recruiting teams.
Sorry, no vendors or partners to corporate recruiting teams (RPO, services, contingent or third-party recruiters, consultants) allowed. You must manage corporate recruiters to attend. This is not a hands-on “how to recruit” training or “future of talent acquisition” conference. This is 100% focused on helping current TA leaders lead, influence, and drive strategy.
Maximum 20 attendees per workshop, and no more than two recruiting leaders from the same company.
“Amazing. I put my learning to use before I made it back to the office.”
“Best workshop I have taken for my own career development.”
“5/5! Very practical.”
“Learned how to build strategy. 5/5!”
“Powerful frameworks and tools for me to use on the job. 5/5!”
John Vlastelica – Trainer
Managing Director – Recruiting Toolbox
John is a former head of global TA turned consultant, who has provided training and management consulting services to companies in over 20 countries since founding Recruiting Toolbox in 2005. He’s been hired by world-class organizations like Nike, PepsiCo, Disney, Adidas, Bloomberg, Google, Target, Booking, SAP, and Salesforce. He’s trained over 500 corporate recruiting leaders from companies like LinkedIn, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Coca-Cola, and Uber.
John has shared his expertise with colleagues as an entertaining and credible repeat presenter at international recruiting conferences, including LinkedIn Talent Connect, where he was rated the #1 speaker two years in a row. He also contributes to our profession as a writer on talent advising, recruiting leadership, hiring manager engagement, and diversity.
John is a part-time critic, part-time optimist who has fallen in love with the problems we face in the talent space and lives to help Recruiting Leaders win in their jobs.