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2018 Recruiting Leadership Lab Core 1 - Silicon Valley
7:45 AM - 11:59 PM Computer History Museum
Date: November 13, 2018 to November 13, 2018
Where: Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, California, United States, 94043
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Event Type: Family, Business
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What is the Recruiting Leadership Lab Core 1? A 2-day public workshop focused on recruiting leadership and strategy.  Built for high-potential corporate recruiting managers and directors who lead recruiters and want to improve their executive influence, strategic thinking, team leadership, and problem solving skills in a hands-on, scenario based workshop environment. Note: This is not your typical powerpoint-style training.  Get ready to work through real-world scenarios and case studies, so you get to practice with your peers and then debrief to discuss best practices.  You must manage corporate recruiters to attend. Credibly led by John Vlastelica.  John was a recruiting director with and Expedia, who - now, through Recruiting Toolbox, provides strategic consulting and training services to recruiting leaders from companies like Nike, Uber, Yahoo!, Groupon, World Bank, Google, Electronic Arts, PNC, Kindercare, Rhapsody, Dolby, and  Date & Location November 13-14, 2018Tues: 7:45am check in:  8am-5:30pm + Dinner until 8:30pmWed: 8am-4:30pmMountain View, California Tuition & Registration $2,500 for both days, including meals and parking Limit 2 attendees/company Target Audience Corporate Recruiting Managers and Directors who lead recruiters and are responsible for recruiting strategy for some or all of their organization. MUST MANAGE CORPORATE RECRUITERS TO ATTEND.  Sorry, no vendors, sponsors or third-party recruiters allowed. While we believe strongly that vendors and suppliers (RPO, services firms, agencies, consultants, etc.) can be critical to the success of a corporate recruiting leader, this particular event is for 20 corporate recruiting managers/directors only. All of the content is built around an in-house, corporate recruiting leader's challenges, and all of the attendees - who want to grow their networks with corporate peers - expect the people sitting next to them to be in similar roles. We have nothing against the vendors/s
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