NOT A CONFERENCE
Most conferences, well, don't really teach you much. They are loaded with high level best practice presentations that often require big budgets, or focus on trends, or focus on the tactics a RECRUITER needs, or give you academic best practices…not real-world things you can take back and use as a RECRUITING LEADER.
Recruiting Leadership Lab is NOT a conference - it’s a hands-on, 20 person workshop, that’s both strategic and tactical - you walk away with actionable insights and templates you can use right away.
"Amazing. I put my learning to use before I made it back to the office."
- Sr. Recruiting Manager, Nike
WE SCREEN ALL ATTENDEES - STRICTLY LEADERSHIP ONLY
We screen out non-corporate recruiting managers. There are no vendors or consultants or RPO firms selling you anything. You work side by side with peers, who are often facing the same issues. You leave knowing 19 new peers at interesting companies from across the US, and get to network with them, benchmark with them, and connect with them post-workshop through Slack and, through that old-school telephone thing you have on your desk.
"I was collaborating with and learning from my peers while being led by an industry expert. Quality of the attendees and workshop was top rate."
- Sr. Director, Staffing and Mobility, Lam
It's led by a credible leader, John Vlastelica. He's a former Recruiting Director (Expedia, Amazon) turned consultant who works with many of the most interesting companies on earth - PepsiCo, Salesforce, eBay, Starbucks, Bloomberg, Adidas, SAP, Disney. He is a student of real-world best practices, not just an academic or sales guy.
He gets the real world challenges, as he's lived them, and successfully built recruiting teams, influenced execs, drove adoption of programs and processes, scaled a high hiring bar, mentored Recruiting Managers, and improved hiring team capabilities for 25 years.
Learn more about John.
“John is knowledgeable and relatable. His content is spot on and extremely relevant. 5/5!”
- Talent Acquisition Manager, Intuit