CHAU PHAN

THE NEW YORK TIMES // USA

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Chau moved to New York six years ago from Norway to further her education and sample as much of New York’s best pizza as she could. She’s currently at The New York Times where she’s held several roles the past 4 years with the Talent and Acquisition team. Chau started as an intern and takes pride in growing herself while always focusing on helping others. Her experiences range from managing company-wide orientation to full-cycle recruitment within Advertising, Finance, HR and now specializing in Tech recruitment. She’s particularly passionate about Diversity and proud to be making an impact at a mission-driven company.

MESSING WITH MESSAGING FOR SOURCERS

If you want to gain new grounds, you need to mess with things.  How long since you messed with your messaging? In this session, Chau will shed light on how the experiments she conducted with messaging prospects and what good came out of it. She will show the good, bad and ugly sides of messaging and will offer insights on how to get better.

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EXTRAORDINARY EVENT FOR EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE
FOUR DAYS OF ACTIONABLE TALKS, NETWORKING & COLLABORATION
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