Companies are seeking creative ways to recruit candidates to fill their talent management needs. Unfortunately, most wait until they are in need instead of utilizing consistent searching and recruiting to keep their talent banks full. This would not only prepare them for the future but also save time & money when its time to fill a position.
Even great sports teams are constantly on the lookout for superstar talent to keep their benches strong and successful. Imagine if they didn’t, how would they win the next season? Strategic and routine searches for the next great player help them stay ahead of the competition.
This is important for all kinds of organizations, given the competitive talent environment. Being prepared allows organizations to have choices in their hiring decisions and not hire the first person that walks through the door.
Are you ready to think more creatively about finding talent? Thinking outside the box when building a strong talent bench is important and will help set you apart. Please join TSHRM & 4 Subject Matter experts to reimagine the talent pool:
· Discover the huge opportunities in utilizing candidates who are disabled, legally reformed, coming out of retirement, and are part of the veteran community.
· Learn about recruitment strategies & identify barriers of tapping into talent from these communities.
· Hear success stories and uncover the benefits of leveraging talent from these communities.
Daniel Bowes serves as the Director of the Fair Chance-Criminal Justice Project. He advocates on behalf of individuals, families, and communities isolated from opportunities to prosper by the collateral consequences of criminal records.
Daniel previously served as an Autry Fellow at MDC, Inc., and supervising attorney of Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Second Chance Employment and Housing Project. He is a native of Alamance County, N.C. and a graduate of Duke University and the New York University School of Law, where he was a Root-Tilden-Kern Public Interest Scholar.
Diana Graham is the founder of Crowned for Success Global Consulting, LLC, a Certified Life Coach, served in the United States Army North Carolina National Guard, and a former Veteran of Foreign Wars Post Commander. Her work focuses on passionately aiding in the development of policy and programs around Veteran lives to include: veteran advocacy, re-entry support, and process creation.
She is a Professor at the Apex School of Theology and Adjunct at North Carolina Wesleyan College, Aspire. Additionally, she is a published author with her first book Duly Noted.
John Samuel is the Head of LCI Tech in RTP, and is focused on helping organizations be more inclusive by making digital content accessible for people of all abilities. His passion comes from the fact that he is blind and was often locked out of opportunities in his education, career, and daily life because of digital accessibility barriers.
John has held numerous CEO and Senior Level roles globally to include: India, Cameroon, and Uganda. He is a public speaker who enjoys storytelling and connecting with people. John holds a BS in Accounting from NC State University and an MBA from George Washington University.
Michael Williams serves as the Executive Director of the Executive Service Corps (ESC) of the Greater Triangle in North Carolina – a nonprofit that helps other nonprofits thrive through capacity building by retired senior executives.
Previously he held Senior Level positions with GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi, Synergistix , and RX Data Science and is currently Chairman of the Board for the UNC Center of Excellence in Community Mental Health as well as a Commercial Advisor for Vitalflo.
Michael holds a Marketing degree from Xavier University and a Transformational Leadership Certificate from the Wharton School of Business. He is also an Executive Coach.