Want to know what went down this year at SourceCon?
It was 10 years ago that there was finally a conference focused on the art of sourcing. Some things have changed yes so many things have stayed the same. Candidates are still hard to find. Purple squirrels still exist. Tech is always popping on the scene and there still is no silver bullet to sourcing. This week, SourceCon was a celebration of how far we have come. It was also a celebration of where sourcing is going.
Tune in for RecruitingLive this Friday where we share some of the best parts of SourceCon. Join the conversation and share some of what you learned!
So, what were your SourceCon the highlights? Did you visit some of the RecruitingDaily team for “The Source” interviews? Did you get your purple squirrel memorabilia for the year? Did you have time to meet and connect and see every presentation?
If you didn’t have a chance to attend and are suffering from some serious #fomo never fear – we’ll make sure you stay up to date on everything that went down and answer your questions, live! Dean Da Costa is back again to talk about SourceCon 2017! It’s going to be an exciting 30 minutes.
See you there and don’t forget, #rdaily!
Dean Da Costa|Jackye Clayton
The Search Authority: Staffing, Recruiter and Sourcing expert. Finding what cannot be Found.|#TechAdvisor *RT Queen of the #Recruit-osphere and #HRTech *Unapologetic #NASCAR fanFollow Follow
Jackye is an acclaimed thought leader and inspirational speaker on recruiting and DEIB topics. She brings years of experience recruiting across a variety of industries including tech, HR, legal, and finance. In her role as VP of Talent Acquisition and DEIB, she leads all related work at Textio, provides critical expertise to customers, and serves as a leading voice in the products Textio creates for the broader ecosystem. Jackye has been named one of the 9 Powerful Women in Business You Should Know by SDHR Consulting, one of the 15 Women in HR Tech to Follow by VidCruiter, and is on the Top 100 list of Human Resources Influencers by Human Resource Executive Magazine.