5th December, 2013 @ 3 Wise Monkeys, George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The Social Recruiting Unconference With No Boundaries
The #tru carnival is coming to Australia for the third time. Over the past few years, Australia has been at the forefront of recruitment and talent management innovation and has one of the fastest growing communities of active thought-leaders in the “people” space.
#truAustralia is attracting recruiters and people managers from across Australasia, to join in the conversation in what is set to be an exciting and completely unorchestrated, organic event! One that you need to be there to experience!
A #tru event is a pure unconference, where the emphasis is on conversation, communication and the free exchange of ideas and experiences. Participants come from the people management space, usually made up of Recruiters, both corporate and agency, Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, Technology Developers and Vendors and anyone with an interest in people.
Who will be there?
#tru events attract corporate recruiters and agency recruiters, as well as HR Managers, Sourcers, Social Media Experts, Technologists, Academics, Vendors, and others with an interest in Recruitment and ideas to share.
The #tru Unconferences are a series of moderator led, discussion-based conferences organised worldwide, where the emphasis is on conversation and free exchange of ideas and experiences. These (dis)organised events, aimed at recruiters and HR enthusiasts, are all about the latest innovations and technologies used in making HR easier.
How does it work?
#tru sessions are lead by track leaders, who are usually thought leaders and work in a corporate college recruiting leadership role. They start the conversation and let the discussion evolve in whichever direction materalises. There are minimum 2 tracks running at the same time, so you can choose which discussion to take part in. The attendees are active participants and are encouraged to contribute to the flow of the unconference.
We have 4 simple rules:
- No PowerPoint
- No Presenting
- No Name Badges (Just ask!)
- No Pitching