Talent Acquisition Round Table


 
 
Event Location
Virtual
Zoom Platform
Register: July

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Re-certification Credit Information

This session has been approved for 1 HRCI Credit Hour (HR General) and 1 SHRM PDC.

Overview


The DallasHR Talent Acquisition Round Table provides a venue for networking with peers, and sharing ideas and best practices related to Talent Acquisition that you can use in your organization.  Areas of focus may include, but are not limited to, attracting and engaging talent, effective interviewing, hiring manager relationships, candidate relationships, utilizing valuable sourcing techniques and tools, and building exquisite pipelines. We welcome your feedback of topics you would like us to cover as well.    

Meetings are for DallasHR Members only and is an open forum format so whatever is top-of-mind that day ultimately drives the discussion. The broad experience base of our members offers a wealth of deep, insightful thinking. If your company is struggling with an HR problem or considering a strategic HR initiative, chances are high others in the group already have direct or indirect experience in those areas. Bring your experience and stories to the meeting, come and learn from others’ successes and failures, and leave with a nugget of helpful insight you can take back to your workplace.

Be sure to join the Talent Acquisition community in HRConnect to continue the conversation.

Meet Your Round Table Leader


Angela Bell

Angela Bell, SPHR, has 20+ years Recruiting, and Human Resources experience in construction, healthcare, IT services, and telecom industries.  Angela has a BSBA degree from UT Dallas, and has obtained her SPHR certification.  Angela is an active volunteer at Dallas HR, and Texoma Sailing Club where she served as Commodore in 2018 and 2019.  Angela and her husband, Scott, enjoy traveling, boating on Lake Texoma, and spending time with family and friends.  Angela works as a Sr. Recruiter at TD Industries.    

Agenda

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1:00 PM: Discussion/Presentation Concludes

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Questions That Leaders Should be Asking Recruiting Partners BEFORE Giving Them a Search
Presented by: Rob Thomas

Talent Acquisition leaders have been giving searches out to third-party recruiters for a very long time. The process hasn't really changed and this has lead to avoidable frustrations in Talent Acquisition. 

  • Ever gotten a 3 resume pause from a partner?
  • Ever heard "We can't find anyone?"
  • Do you constantly get inaccurate resumes even after doing an intake call with a recruiting partner?
  • Ever given out a search to a firm and later regretted it?

If you've been frustrated with third-party recruiting efforts in the past, you will want to attend this session. 

Rob Thomas
Partner, Frederick Fox
Rob Thomas has 11 years of agency-side experience working with HR, Talent Acquisition, Accounting and Finance, and Information Technology leaders to bring them their most valuable asset. 
He is going to arm you with 10 show-stopping, thought-provoking questions that will help put you in the driver's seat. With these 10 questions, you'll know who is the right partner for every search and you will experience significantly fewer frustrations as a result. Rob Thomas brings executive-level experience as a VP of Production and Director of Business Development. In his professional career, he has trained over 1000 people, opened 14 restaurants from scratch, consulted and managed hundreds of professionals, been a solo entrepreneur, done tons of business development, and is also a sought-after consultant for Talent Optimization and Leadership using the Human Design System (AKA "BG5"). His most important job is to be an excellent dad to his 6-year-old son and an excellent and supportive husband to his wife of 12 years. 

 

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