What are you Doing to up Skill Your Team in the Off-Season?

It’s often argued that off season training is the most important phase of any sporting team’s year. What they do in the months following that huge competition, their grand final or premiership defines their performance for the next.
Now that we’re approaching the end of the year, what are you and your team doing in your “off season” to ensure you have a competitive advantage in 2016?

Make the most of your off-season

Our 6th Sourcing and Social event #SST15, ART MEETS SCIENCE  is heading back to Melbourne on the 17th November and Sydney on the 19th November to impart actionable skills for improving your recruiting and sourcing efficiency and effectiveness.

Get your team coached by the best in the business

Our speakers, including Chris Hoyt, Shannon Pritchett, Bill Boorman, Fiona Magnus, Michael Jhoomun, Hassanah Rudd, Chris Long and Martin Warren are not only the best at what they do, but they’re reporting “from the trenches”. They don’t just talk what they preach, they do it – and they’ll show you and your team how. Learn their best practice methodologies and leave with actionable strategies that you can implement immediately.

Competitive advantage at an affordable price

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Take advantage of our Special Group Discount rate and receive five tickets for the price of four. 


We’ve developed the agenda as a direct response to the ever changing challenges of talent acquisition in our region; to help you not only source the best talent- using the best tools and tricks in the business- but also ensure you can engage with your candidates and employees for lasting recruitment success. This one day event is jam packed full of High ROI sessions that will give you a competitive advantage will minimal time out of the office.

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 SydneyMelbourne or Auckland

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