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Recruiting, HR and Marketing: How Talent Acquisition and Marketing Teams Can Work Together to Attract and Hire Top Talent

Recruiting, HR and Marketing: How Talent Acquisition and Marketing Teams Can Work Together to Attract and Hire Top Talent

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Recruiting, HR and Marketing: How Talent Acquisition and Marketing Teams Can Work Together to Attract and Hire Top Talent

Live Webinar: Thursday August 23, 2018

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how recruiting/HR and marketing can attain a symbiotic relationship where the input of those responsible for talent acquisition is valued and marketing understands its role in helping the company achieves the end goal of attracting and hiring the right talent.

There is a growing disconnect between the demands of top talent entering new organizations and the organizational teams seeking to bring on high potential employees. What complicates this further is how those responsible for talent acquisition—both recruiters and HR professionals—and marketing choose their approach to ensure the organization gets what it needs most. Different points of view can help us learn how to see the value in one another’s perspectives to avoid strategic drift but divergent messaging by those groups can lead to disconnect and discord that can thwart the underlying goal of attracting and hiring the right talent.

Join us on August 23 for an enlightening webinar led by conflict and communication expert, Pamela Green. Ms. Green will show you how to adopt different points of view to ensure a smooth alignment between recruiting/HR and marketing teams, so prospective candidates are getting a consistent and clear message on all fronts about what it’s like to work for your company.

You’ll learn:

  • How to recognize HR and marketing blind spots that could be tanking your recruitment strategy
  • How to create a defined common business purpose between HR/recruiting and marketing to ensure that everyone’s on the same page and is doing things that will help not hurt the common goal of attracting and hiring talent
  • How to get out of your own way to quickly resolve conflict and focus on achieving your goals when conflicts with the other internal team arise—whether you wear an HR/recruiting or a marketing hat for the organization
  • 6 bridge-building tips every HR/recruiting and marketing department should be using
  • And more!

About Your Presenter:

Pamela J. GreenPamela J. Green 
President & CEO 
The HR Coaching & Career Institute, Inc.

Pamela J Green, is a business executive, leadership consultant, executive coach, keynote speaker, and published author with more than 30 years of business leadership experience. As the former VP/Chief Membership Officer for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) she was responsible for membership revenue and strategies to engage and retain more than 260k business professionals and now she is leveraging that robust experience to support the success of leaders and executives.

Since launching her consultancy in 2012, and now as President and CEO of The HR Coaching and Career Institute, she has been serving as a leadership consultant to global corporations, small businesses, and non-profit organizations and their teams developing strategies that lead to greater collaboration and productivity through training and conflict coaching. Clients, who include Walmart, Pepsico, WilmerHale, The Ohio State University, AARP, ICMEC, and the American Society of Association Executives, call her to help them achieve breakthrough performance with their HR strategies, leadership initiatives, and professional careers.

She is excited about the release of her current book, Think Like a Brand! To connect with her, you can follow her on Twitter @pamelajgreen, Like her Facebook Page: or connect with her through LinkedIn

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