Good to Really Great: The Five Things That High Performing In-House Recruiters Do that Others Don't

SHRM 2015 Talent Management Conference & Exposition
Workplace Application: Learn five things that you can change immediately to guarantee that you identify and attract better talent, faster and more efficiently than your competition without spending a cent!
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 Repeated from Monday at 10:45 a.m.

Are great recruiters made or are they just born great? Based on a global study of the behaviors of over 1,000 recruiters from more than 20 companies over eight weeks, Campbell will share the cold, hard facts on high performance in recruiting and most importantly, provide five things that you and your teams can change right now to dramatically improve your recruiting performance. You will learn:

  • How databases really work so that you are able to find four to eight times more candidates each time.
  • How to turn any social site into a rich database of potential talent.
  • Why the medium you use to engage passive talent is so important and has to be tailored for each person.
  • How the power of behavioral psychology and science can improve your response rates four fold.
Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 3:15pm to 4:30pm

Johnny Campbell


Johnny is co-founder and CEO of SocialTalent, the world's leading learning experience platform for hiring. Having launched the word "Ninja" into the lexicon of recruiters around the world, Johnny admits he has zero martial arts skills but claims he can martial the arts of recruiting to help any recruiter become a ninja at their job (you see what he did there?). ;-)

When he's not making bad puns, Johnny's busy raising 4 boys with his wife Jill, consuming endless books and podcasts and trying to finish 5k runs like he's still 25 (which he is definitely not). Follow him @johnnycampbell

Harbor Ballroom I
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HR Credit
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Concurrent Session
HR Expertise
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