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HR Futures Conference 2009

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 7:40pm Tuesday 02 December 2008    Print Article

I have been asked by a industry colleague of mine Michael Specht, to speak at the upcoming HR Futures Conference in Feb 2009. The Inspecht HR Futures Conference brings together speakers covering all areas of HR, Recruiting and Technology to discuss how social media, innovation, culture and technology empower, attract, engage and evolve employees.



InSpecht HR Futures Conference 2009
http://hrfutures.inspecht.com.au

Our opening keynote from Stephen Collins will provide insights into the internationally renowned invitation only event TED 2009. Stephen will stretch your thinking about business in knowledge economy covering HR, Recruiting, Knowledge Management, Web 2.0 and technology.

Sean Lew will present on the BearingPoint Wiki and how it facilitates global teams, knowledge sharing, encourages innovation and connects employees and external partners, and demonstrates a solid return on investment.

About to upgrade your recruiting strategy? Thomas Shaw's session on Web 2.0 tools for recruitment is a must covering cost saving examples of social recruitment strategy, recruiting via social networks, and using search engines to indentify candidates.

Anne Bartlett-Bragg will show how to reshape your professional development strategies to achieve the results that more expensive tightly controlled learning and performance systems have failed to deliver.

Concerned about the legal issues of Facebook and other Web 2.0 tools in the workplace, Senior Associate Michael Park from Deacons Law Firm will provide a critical overview of the issues to consider.

Jasmin Tragas from IBM Australia will share some global informal learning initiatives from IBM with examples of web 2.0 and virtual worlds such as SecondLife.

Where? Karstens at CQ 123 Queen St Melbourne

When? 26 February 2009

How much? $350 before 15 Jan 2009, $400 from 16 Jan 2009

Who should attend?

HR Specialists and Managers, Internal Recruiters, Agency Recruiters, Job Board owners, Shared Services, HR Technology professionals, Learning & Development Specialists and Managers, Organisational Development Specialists and Managers

What's covered?

Everything an HR or Recruitment professional needs to know about the impact of technology on their industry.

Who's speaking?

The day features speakers covering HR Management, recruitment, learning, professional development, and legal issues as they related to Web 2.0 in the workplace.
  • Stephen Collins, Founder Acidlabs
  • Anne Bartlett-Bragg, Managing Director Headshift
  • David Talamelli, Senior Recruiter Oracle Corporation
  • Geoff Jennings, Director and Founder Online Recruitment
  • Jasmin Tragas, Managing Consultant IBM Human Capital Management
  • Michael Park, Senior Associate Deacons Law Firm
  • Riges Younan, CEO 2Vouch
  • Sean Lew, Consultant from BearingPoint
  • Thomas Shaw, CEO Recruitment Directory



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