SOSUEE DIGITAL PASS 2019
Videos of talks from #SOSUEE 2019. 6-7 JUNE 2019, TALLINN
- 32 VIDEOS
- 32 SPEAKERS
- 32 PRESENTATION SLIDES
- 145 EUROS
Videos of talks from #SOSUEE 2019. 6-7 JUNE 2019, TALLINN
We are at a time where there is a global shortage of great talent and employees stay in their job on average for only 2.4 years> How organisations evolve their culture to allow people to just “be themselves” and feeling belonging is critical to attract and reatain team of top performers.
Organisations spend millions of Euros each year on Unconscious Bias training, yet very little is being acheived to move the needle when it comes to Gender Equality, BAME and LGBT inclusion – people with disability are often overlooked or turned away for being a too challenging for employers. We are well aware that pay gaps exist all over the diversity spectrum.
In this keynote Joanne gives her thoughts as to why the approach currently taken by organisations is broken. Most of our biases are conscious and it is therefore the responsibility of organisations to develop a conscious inclusion culture and vision. Joanne challenges thinking and highlights strategies for a starting point on this journey, the destination is up to you!
Key Take Aways…
Understand the need for a Shared Vision for Inclusion
Why simply hiring diverse talent won’t work if the organisations culture isnt fit for purpose.
How small inclusions nudges can make a big impact to acheiving the vision.
What major issues keep sourcers awake at night? In this session ten of the most pressing challenges faced by sourcers will be highlighted and solutions offered for each. It’s a call to mindset shifting approach to sourcing.
Not all search engines are created equal. Any serious sourcer should know and use a variety of search engines, especially when sourcing for different locations. The session will unearth the myriad world of search engines and highlight their strengths and foibles. It’s search engine redux and having a fresh appreciation for the loyal web crawlers.
Events, both off-line and online, continues to grow in number as is their importance for sourcing talent. How can sourcers continue to be on top of events trends and technology to find talent.
Say what you may but the humble email is still the communication medium of choice. Email is not the enemy it just need to be re-thinked and re-done. Email redux entails having a bird-eye view of candidate/people outreach. It’s compelling content; it’s storytelling; it’s fun; it’s personal. It’s a totally new mindset and technique.
Say what you may but the humble email is still the communication medium of choice. Email is not the enemy it just need to be re-thinked and re-done. Email redux entails having a bird-eye view of candidate/people outreach. It’s compelling content; it’s storytelling; it’s fun; it’s personal. It’s a totally new mindset and techniqueEvery sourcers want to do more with less. Every sourcer want to increase productivity and achieve PB. How can sourcers achieve efficiency, more importantly on a daily and consistent basis, project after project. The answer is mindset, curiosity and practice. Consistent efficiency is an achievable nirvana.
A lot of what goes on social networking sites are not visible to the public. In this session, Irina will turn her forensic eyes on social networks, especially LinkedIn, and unearth all the peculiarities and foibles that are not undocumented or in the public domain. It’s part hacking, it’s part a call to lateral thinking and a please to foster critical thinking and develop curiosity. This session will increase your understanding of how social networks work and how to get the best out of them for sourcing.
With the amount of data deluge it is easy for sourcers to drown in information. How can sourcers make better sense of data and information. In comes visualisation. This session will look at the latest tools, both commercial and self-built, to decipher data for better sourcing. It will encourage sourcers to strategically build visualisation techniques for powerful sourcing results.
Sourcers love tools and technology. But are we drowning in tools and too reliant on technology? What if there are no tools? What if chrome plugins are banned at your workplace? Denied easy access to his toolbox Guillaume set about trying to source. This is his story on how a reliance on tools is overcomed and new system and methods invented and discovered.
OSINT tools and techniques are part and parcel of any serious sourcer. This session will hone in on the latest useful OSINT tools and techniques to apply to sourcing. It will all offer a refresher on OSINT growing importance to the field of sourcing.
What can sourcers learn from coding? A basic understanding of coding and how it can be applied in sourcing can make all the difference in sourcing effectiveness. Software is eating up the world, sourcers should join the bandwagon. First stop – implement the TeddyScript.
Many sourcing project failed because it started on the wrong foot. Unless assessment and selection processes are thought through and in proper place, finding the right people will be an uphill battle. What’s needed is a fluid synchronisation of assessment with sourcing.
What can the field of psychology tell us about sourcing and sourcers? In this fascinating session trained psychologist turned sourcer will put sourcers under the light to reveal how they could understand and use their own psychic mechanism to engage and attract people in a most efficient way.
Take a trip to Zalando HQ and how they build a community of talent. It is a carefully constructed strategic outreach to build a steady pipeline of talent. There will be a major focus on understanding candidates behaviour in the context of talent database, “talent community” and recruitment marketing.
This fascinating session will map the various stage of candidate behaviour using the see-think- do model. With a better understanding of the various touchpoints sourcers can have a better read of candidates’ sensors and signals, which in turn can help source the best talent.
Technology advances mean that asynchronous communication is fast becoming the preferred form of interaction. This session will show how sourcers can harness the power of asynchronicity to better interact with talent.
It’s all about the emotions. Successful sourcing should start and end with managing emotions. In this fascinating talk, epunk will show how it uses.
Data Engineers are one of the most sought-after professionals. This is a hands-on case study of how Solita found 50 plus Data Engineers. This session will cover how different recruitment marketing tactics helped Solita build Data Engineering teams.
People are easier to find it’s your messaging, whatever medium you choose, that’s critical to staying ahead in the sourcing game. In this session the history of messaging and its current forms will be mapped and what works and doesn’t will be highlighted. From the humble phone to complex inbound strategies, this session will cover what sourcers need to ignore or master.
AmazingHiring embarked on a novel idea – use hackathons to motivate and build team cohesion, share knowledge and ultimately source better. In this session Yulia will explain how you can harness a range of tools and system when training a sourcing team.
Diversity sourcing is in everyone’s lip. But is this just another buzzword and feel-good corporate malarkey? This session will break myths and highlight the follies of what amounts to diversity sourcing today. It calls bullshit on what’s wrong and offers a new way forward.
It’s hard to find and hire even a single developer. Learn how you can hire over 500 top notch developers with growth tactics. This is a session for those who want to go beyond the norm, even break things along the way. It’s growth hacking at its best.
In this fascinating talk Anna will shed light on how Facebook pursue a strategic partnership with all business units to deliver sourcing success. Service delivery model is replaced by a partnership making everyone accountable and sourcers delivering more results. It’s a case study of how sourcing ought to be practiced in fast growing companies.
Sourcing is still perceived as the geeky part of the recruitment process, but not every company can afford a specialised sourcing team. Even then, recruiters are often forced to source for some of the roles. So how do you make sure that everyone on your team can and, perhaps even more importantly, enjoys sourcing? Kasia will be sharing her experience from working with both in-house and agency recruiters over the past 2 years.
Smartly thinks every stakeholder in the company’s success should have a role in finding talent. This is not a run of the mill referral campaign. Smartly engaged the engineering team to develop tools for automation, provided intel and source leads. It’s the ultimate collaboration any sourcing team will die for.
Transhumanism advocated for technology to enhance human intellect and physiology. Josef argues as sourcers we should take advantage of new technologies and products in whatever ways possible. Is this a good path?
As a sourcer you can find talent easily, but how good are you in finding new sourcing gigs and jobs? This is a roadmap for sourcers who want more or new opportunities. This is a call to sourcers to apply their skills for their own good and career.
Are we missing the human touch in sourcing? Tech driven automation, tools, endless KPIs and a focus on numbers is driving the human out of sourcing. Sourcing is morphing into a numbers game. How can we reconnect with what is essentially the reason why we are sourcing exist in the first place – our humaness.
Sometimes when marketing is infused into sourcing it becomes richer. In this case study Patrick will demonstrate how they build a multi dimensional recruitment marketing strategy that contributes to overall sourcing success.
Denis is a change-maker. He seeks, test and organises tool, tech and content from a range of sources (and departments), to build an internal repository of resources and infrastructure that anyone can tap into. End result is an organisation that on top of the sourcing game. Denis will show the tools and techniques he used to build an internal sourcing treasure box.
According to Gartner 30% of all web searches will be via voice by 2020. The Voice Revolution is here. Get ready for search to fundamentally change.’ This session is a big picture overview of how voice technology is changing the future of search and how this may impact the way we find, connect and interact with talent.
How far has AI crept into sourcing? Is AI the bane or boon for sourcers? Where to from here? Part crystal gazing, part case study. A realist look at what the future holds for sourcers.