SOME OF THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED LEADERS WILL ADDRESS THE LATEST RECRUITMENT & TALENT TRENDS AND STRATEGIES. INSPIRING, CHALLENGING & THOUGHT-PROVOKING CONTENT TO INSPIRE YOU TO BE AN AGENT OF CHANGE.

RHUB EXPO, 20 NOVEMBER 2017

Start time to be announced.

RHUB SOCIAL 20 NOVEMBER 2017

5:30-8:00 PM
Networking drinks and talk. Hosted by XREF.

RHUB CONFERENCE, 21 NOVEMBER 2017

CONFERENCE & WORKSHOPS
8:10 AM – 5:00 PM

NETWORKING DRINKS
5:00 – 6:00 PM

RHUB AGENDA

Complete agenda will be released soon. Sample of what will be tackled this year. Contact Us for details.

OVERCOME THE UNIVERSAL FORCES OF FAILURE IN RECRUITMENT & HR

LAURIE RUETTIMANN 

The internet is overflowing with inspirational quotes about failure. If we don’t fail, we never grow. If we give up on ourselves, we give up on our dreams. There’s no shame in trying, there is only shame in quitting.

It’s clear these people have never had jobs in recruiting and HR.

Today’s workforce has never been more talented and disruptive. We are educated. We are mobile. We embrace change. Unfortunately, employee engagement in the global labor force is at an all-time low, and job dissatisfaction is at an all-time high.

If failure is so critical to growth, how can we overcome pessimism in the workforce and risk-averse leadership styles to do cool stuff with our careers?

In this session, we will cover the “universal forces of failure” that impact every working professional on the planet. These are the known and unknown glitches that doom us to failure. We’ll cover cognitive strategies to enhance our chance of success, and we will explore how to manage friction between the drive for innovation and the tedious organizational politics that drag us down.

H.G. Wells wrote, “If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.” It’s time for recruiting and HR professionals to stand up, overcome the universal forces of failure, and start changing our stories.

BOTIFICATION OF RECRUITMENT – NAVIGATING THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE

RIVERS RAINEY // VEND
Are machines taking over? What is the future of recruiters in a world of rapid advances in technology? Can machines be reined in to help recruiters? In this session Rivers will argue that machines are not to be feared, but to be harnessed for more productivity.

Rivers will speak about VEND’s foray into implementing a chatbot to assist in assessment and recruiting and discuss in detail about the challenges and outcomes. Overall, Rivers will demonstrate practical examples where recruiters can make use of technology, in particular bots. See first hand why machines need not be feared but tamed.

Highlights:
– Keeping track of advances in technology
– How to make bot a recruiter assistant
– Understand bot thinking in recruitment

FINDING TOP TALENT USING UNCONVENTIONAL METHODS

LAURA STOKER // AIRS
In this session, we will take the road less traveled to find talent.  The presentation will give attendees some unconventional ideas for sourcing hard to find candidates that may not be found on traditional social media sites.  This session will take attendees on a tour of creative and sometimes controversial sites for locating the best candidates.

For over  15 Laura has been at the forefront of talent sourcing.  As part of her role as training director at AIRS she is constantly researching emerging and new channels and mediums to find talent. In this session she will revisit the emerging world of new sources for talent.

Highlight
– Exploring the road less traveled for finding talent
– New channels and mediums for sourcing
– Sourcing hacks for 2017

SOURCING 3.0 – NEW TOOLS & TECHNOLOGY FOR MODERN RECRUITERS

CHRIS LONG // SYDNEY METRO
Advancement in technology means that there is a continuing proliferation of tools for recruiters to use. It is estimated 20 thousand software products vie for a sourcer’s attention. How can recruiters make sense of the multitude of tools available? What tools should be kept in a recruiter’s tool box? What works well and what to discard?

In this session he will hone in on the handful of really useful tools that recruiters can use to improve their sourcing. Navigate what’s new and what’s effective to put into your toolbox. Take control of tools, and more importantly make them work for you.

Highlights:
– Sourcing tool landscape revisited
– Top 10 tools to find talent
– What to monitor and how to avoid tools taking over

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