[button]7:45-8:15 AM, 18 October[/button]
#RHUB CONFERENCE, REGISTRATION & NETWORKING
Registration starts from 7:45 AM. Morning tea and coffee will be served upon arrival. Delegates can turn up and collect name badges at the reception desk. Come early and meet new friends, there’s ample time for networking.
KIRSTI GRANT, SOCIAL SAUCE
INTRODUCTION & RHUBNZ OVERVIEW
Introductions, conference overview and what to expect from #RHUBNZ from MC Kirsti Grant. Learn how to get the most out of #RHUBNZ 2012.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: NAVIGATING THE ROAD AHEAD FOR RECRUITERS
GREG SAVAGE, FIREBRAND TALENT
What obstacles will recruiters face in the near future? Will proven business models work again? Where will revenue come from? What is effective in a changing world? In this session learn what you need to know about the road ahead; what recruitment strategies will work in the future and what to discard. In this keynote session Greg Savage will navigate the rapidly changing world of professional recruitment which is driven by the changing behaviour of candidates and clients. He’ll outline strategies to survive and thrive in a bold new world order.
MAXIMISING SUPPORT FOR A TALENT STRATEGY BY DEMONSTRATING ROI
ALAN WARD, AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY
In today’s economic climate it is increasingly difficult to maintain continued funding for recruitment or talent services or even gain increased funding in some areas if you can’t demonstrate return on investment to the leadership in your organisation or client group. In this presentation Alan will overview the development of several successful recruitment based business cases and the data / reporting from it that can be presented to senior management in order to increase support for a talent strategy.
BRAND TALENT: EVP BEST PRACTICE
TINA MORGAN, NZ POST
How do winning organisations develop EVP and use it to attract the best talent? What roles does branding plays, and how can companies effectively harness the power of it brand identity in recruiting talent. What strategies need to be pursued to win the right talent? In this session Tina Morgan will explain NZ Post’s recruitment journey and its path to success.
[button]10:30-10:45 AM, TEA BREAK[/button]
Morning tea break and networking
SOCIAL BRANDING & ITS EFFECTIVE APPLICATION TO RECRUITMENT
RICHARD LONG, SHINE LAWYERS
Social media and networks are ubiquitous and are becoming an important part in the daily life of a recruiter. But how exactly can recruiters harness the power and reach of social media to find talent? What does all the connectedness mean? In this session social branding expert Richard Long will explain how recruiters can effectively incorporate social media into their corporate branding and recruitment outreach. Drawing from his experiences at Deloitte and Shine Lawyers, Richard will demonstrate how to harness new media and technology.
[button]11:15 -11:45 AM[/button]
CHANGING RECRUITMENT FOR A CHANGING WORLD: THE VODAFONE JOURNEY
SONYA BLOOMFIELD, VODAFONE
How does a global company with local presence conduct overhauls to its recruitment processes to win its fair share of talent? Get a unique insight into how Vodafone NZ’s recruitment processes work. From diversity sourcing, to building proprietary talent assessment tools, to harnessing its global presence, Vodafone is treading new paths in sourcing talent. Is this the new trend large employers in NZ will head? In this session Sonya will shed lights on the journey Vodafone took and will discuss what recruiters can learn from her experiences.
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PANEL DISCUSSION – WHAT’S LEFT FOR RECRUITMENT AGENCIES AFTER IN-HOUSE RECRUITMENT TEAMS ARE SET UP?
ALAN WARD, AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY; KEITH MUIRHEAD, AIR NEW ZEALAND & VICTORIA HAYWARD, BANK OF NEW ZEALAND
Inhouse teams and RPOs now dominate recruitment within major corporate and public sector organisations, and many recruitment centres and talent teams are involved in market mapping, succession planning, workforce development, onboarding and internal mobility programmes, thereby reducing the reliance on traditional agency services. What role, then, is left for recruitment agencies? How has the typical agency model kept up with these changes, can it provide strategic solutions to major organisations, or is it about to become irrelevant outside the SME market?
These and many other questions about the implications of shifting dynamics will be answered by our panellists, who are local leaders of in-house recruitment and talent teams. They will reveal how their models currently supply their in-house needs and share their thoughts about the future of external staffing service providers. Learn about how agencies can find new ways to create value in tailoring recruitment solutions to adapt to a changing landscape.
[button]1:00-1:45 PM, FOUR TEN SESSION (FOUR SPEAKERS, TEN MINUTES EACH)[/button]
TALENT COMMUNITIES: GAME CHANGER OR PASSING FAD?
JEREMY PAYNTER, FUTURESTEP
What exactly is a talent community? Does the theory match up with reality? In this session Jeremy Paynter trace the origins of talent communities, their current forms and where they are headed. He will demonstrate whether talent communities deliver game changing solutions or are just passing fads. Learn from a hands-on display about how talent communities should be developed and harnessed.
BEST-PRACTICE INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT
JEREMY WADE, GLOBAL CAREER LINK
How can one recruit effectively outside national borders? How can skilled migrants and expats can be harnessed to return to work in NZ? Drawing from a new research Jeremy will shed light on the expectations and challenges faced by expats and migrants when returning to NZ. Learn how government policies and progressive recruitment strategies can effectively tap into a rich talent pool.
HARNESSING THE GLOBAL DIASPORA
TIM HUSTON, KEA
At any given time almost a million kiwis are living outside the country. The global diaspora have a lot to give back, especially those in C-level roles and board positions. Learn how you can effectively harness the global network of high-profile talent to return and contribute to NZ development. Learn how recruiters can tap into this niche talent pool effectively.
CREATIVE COMMUNICATION IN RECRUITMENT
HAMISH PRICE, HAINESATTRACT
What part can creativity and communication play in helping you attract talent. In a competitive landscape and with such reliance on attracting talent from off-shore engaging content and communication plays a huge part in ensuring you connect with the ideal candidate. We’re often asking big things of candidates, to move companies, careers, and countries, and often the more effort we see put in to connecting with these candidates the greater the reward. In this session HainesAttract will share examples of current recruitment campaigns from local employers.
THE ROLE OF CULTURE IN RECRUITMENT
JONATHAN RICE, RICE CONSULTING
How important is culture in defining a winning recruitment organisation? Are recruitment firms guilty of burning and churning talent in the pursuit of profit? What is the right balance in managing talent? Winning teams attract winners. In this session learn the importance of building a winning culture within the recruitment team. Learn how to develop robust recruitment processes for recruiters, to ensure that those trusted with finding talent are themselves talented.
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INNOVATION IN RECRUITMENT
JOSH COMRIE, POTENTIA
The recruitment industry is crying out for innovation. In the last 25 years the industry has had only 2 pieces of disruptive technology and with the pace of consumer and business technology coupled with the high perceived returns – recruitment presents a ripe opportunity! So what is innovation anyway? What relevance does it have to you? How do you really innovate? What will you do from here….?
[button]2:45-3:00 PM, AFTERNOON TEA BREAK[/button]
SOURCING – BATTLE OF THE PLATFORMS
MODERATED BY PAUL JACOBS, JOBGRAM
Most recruiters have an experience with one or more online platform to source talent. In this interactive session, moderated by Paul Jacobs, delegates will share their experiences with various sourcing channels including new and old platforms. Are job boards continuing to deliver value? How effective are social channels? Should recruiters be ‘quick adopters’ of new technology and platforms. Share and learn from peers and other industry practitioners about what works and what doesn’t.
RAYGUNS AT THE READY: WINNING IN THE FUTURE WORLD OF RECRUITMENT
PAUL JACOBS, JOBGRAM
Paul will take us on a journey into the future of recruitment, which will impact significantly upon the role of the recruiter. He will offer suggestions around what we need to do now to prepare, standout and win. In his presentation Paul will draw on global trends and other influences, and cover where he believes the conversation will shift to, or needs to shift to.
DIAGNOSING THE FUTURE OF RECRUITMENT
CHRIS RILEY, MANPOWERGROUP
What macro and micro trends are shaping how the workforce is behaving? Will recruitment and how it’s currently performed survive? What demographic, technology and social changes will alter the way job seekers engage with recruiters? Chris will gaze into his crystal ball to contemplate scenarios that today’s recruiters will face tomorrow, and will lay down plans on how to survive.
[button]4:45 -5:15 PM[/button]
PANEL DISCUSSION – THE FUTURE OF CANDIDATE EXPERIENCE & EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT
What does the candidate of the future want from agencies and employers? Is candidate care just a buzz word? How are the behaviour and expectation of job seekers evolving? Who is best suited to manage relationships with candidates? How can third-party talent service providers and employers work together to give job seekers a better experience? These burning issues will be tackled from both an agency and in-house perspective.
[button]5:15-6:15 PM, NETWORKING DRINKS[/button]