Innovative sourcing is an application of human creativity and imagination. This is also how we define art; yet with sourcing there is an appeal of technology and experimentation that as much scientific as artistic.
Are you using both sides of your brain to build innovative and successful sourcing strategies?
Mark Tortorici, speaker at last year’s Sourcing Social Talent event caught up with Shannon at #sourcecon in Denver last week to discuss building creative sourcing experiments that harness the art and science of recruiting. Mark and Shannon also discuss traveling ‘down under’, going on the Lord of the Rings tour and ask for food advice. You can watch the video, below.
In her keynote session at #SST15, in Sydney and Melbourne and Auckland, Shannon will give delegates the skills to design and deliver an effective and inventive sourcing strategy. Shannon will draw on her experience of accomplishing this feat with Manpower’s global team of sourcers and how they have built a methodology of success. Delegates will learn how to leverage both sides of their brain and combine the scientific and the artistic in delivering their organisations and clients an effective and inventive sourcing strategy.
If your Organisation or Agency is looking for a competitive advantage in the attraction and recruiting of talent, you need to attend ART vs SCIENCE #SST15!
Join Shannon, Chris Hoyt, Bill Boorman, Martin Warren and other leading sourcers and social recruiters at Sourcing.Social.Talent #SST15 in November. Register now for the event in Sydney, Melbourne or Auckland
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