There is no doubt that social networks such as Facebook and Twitter as well as online communities have profoundly changed the business landscape. The question is how do they affect the talent recruiting and the talent development processes? How can recruiters leverage these social networks and communities to find the right candidates for their open positions?
Listen to Francois Gossieaux and Ed Moran, co-authors of the book "The Hyper-Social Organization" (due out this Fall), as they discuss their findings from the annual Tribalization of Business Study. The study, which profiles over 500 companies, will show you how to think differently about talent recruiting and development in this hyper-social age in order to attract, grow and retain better talent.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How online social networks and communities can augment your current recruitment processes
- What to expect from a social network and community recruitment strategy
- How to use social networks and communities to grow and retain your internal talent
Monster would like to thank our presenters, Francois Gossieaux and Edward Moran.
Partner, Beeline Labs
Through his role as a co-founder and partner at Beeline Labs, a boutique marketing innovation strategy firm (www.beelinelabs.com) that works with clients such as FedEx, Microsoft, EMC, Sapient, Dassault Systemes, Intuit, Sun, and many other leading brands, and his role as a Senior Fellow and Board Member at the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR), Francois has developed rich expertise in how the social in business has fundamentally changed most core business processes.
Prior to Beeline Labs, Francois was a marketing executive at a number of product startups, including eRoom Technology, a collaboration software company, where he spent 5 years leading marketing, product management and strategy. He also worked in senior marketing positions for Agfa, a Division of Bayer, and Stratus Computers. Francois holds an MSEE from the University of Gent (Belgium) and a graduate degree in Management and Administration from Harvard University. He is the co-author of the upcoming book: The Hyper-Social Organization.
Edward K. Moran
Director of Product Innovation, Technology, Media & Telecommunication Group, Deloitte Services
In his position at Deloitte Services, Ed advises technology, media and telecommunications companies in the areas of strategic planning, product innovation, competitive positioning, and digital Convergence. He also architects Deloitte’s State of the Media Democracy Survey, which provides current data on different generations’ adoption of, and receptivity to, new technology platforms, media distribution methods, and advertising models. Ed co-founded and manages Deloitte’s Tribalization of Business Study with Beeline Labs and the Society for New Communications Research.
Ed speaks widely and is frequently quoted in the media. He has appeared on CNBC’s “Closing Bell” with Maria Bartiromo, NBC’s Nightly News, ABC News, BBC News, CNNfn, BusinessWeek, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Wired, Forbes.com, Entrepreneur, Informationweek, Computer Power User, Advertising Age, and PRNews. Prior to joining Deloitte Services, Ed was a litigator and managing partner of a Manhattan law firm. He earned his MBA in management and information systems from New York University.