Nobody Left to Hire? Increase Engagement by Raising Your Standards and Changing Your Hiring Model

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Nobody Left to Hire? Increase Engagement by Raising Your Standards and Changing Your Hiring Model
04/16/2018 03:00 PM - 04:15 PM |
Emperor's Level: Palace Ballroom I
1.25 SHRM PDCs
| Competencies: Leadership & Navigation, HR Expertise, Business Acumen
| Intended Audience: Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
You will learn how to apply “Lean Thinking” theory to flawed hiring processes and how to compare cross-functional metrics from finance and operations to define how success is measured. 

Are you running out of people to hire? Did you ever hire somebody that you wished you hadn't? Organizations are crippled by new hires who are not aligned with the organization's core values, and current talent acquisition models do not reveal this important knowledge about new hires. In this fast-paced session, we first deconstruct failed past strategies and then look at promising new ideas that appear to be producing results. Fresh data and recent case studies will be shared from the “front lines” of the talent wars, and “lean thinking” methods will look at values alignment from several viewpoints—operational, financial and, of course, HR. This session will cover:

·         The top six reasons why talent management is back as a front-burner issue.

·         Why hiring managers are blocking new hiring methods.

·         Why values questions are more important than behavioral questions.

·         How to fix the problem by examining case studies about new methods.

Karl James Ahlrichs Photo
Presenter:
Karl James Ahlrichs, senior consultant, Gregory and Appel