Program

Below you can find the program of Talent Acquisition Live on the 18th of April 2019 in Amsterdam.

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Keynote
Breakout
Networking
09:30
09:40
09:50
10:00
10:10
10:20
10:30
10:40
10:50
11:00
11:10
11:20
11:30
11:40
11:50
12:00
12:10
12:20
12:30
12:40
12:50
13:00
13:10
13:20
13:30
13:40
13:50
14:00
14:10
14:20
14:30
14:40
14:50
15:00
15:10
15:20
15:30
15:40
15:50
16:00
16:10
16:20
16:30
16:40
16:50
17:00
17:10
17:20
17:30
Program
Program
Program
Registration
09:30 - 10:00
Hall, Serre & Foyer
Networking

Pick up your badge and have a morning coffee and tea

Registration
09:30 - 10:00

Pick up your badge and have a morning coffee and tea in the Serre & Foyer.

Opening by the chairwoman
Keynote

Anna Ott is the chairwomen of TA-Live and will be the host of the day. Anna is a very experienced chair with a background in HR and technology.

Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

About Anna Ott
Anna Ott has been working in HR for the past 18 years. She started her career in HR at companies like Lycos Europe AG, British American Tobacco and Bertelsmann Stiftung and most recently Deutche Telekom's Hub:Raum incubator. Her mission is to help HR technology start-ups succeed and simultaneously inspire HR practitioners about the future of work and the possibilities technology has to offer them.

The return of the human: why VUCA eats machines for breakfast
10:10 - 10:40
Christoph Fellinger, Beiersdorf
Keynote

Opening keynote of Christoph Fellinger, Head of Early Career Programs at Beiersdorf AG. He will ask: who’s the better recruiter: machine or man? Are Chatbots, machine learning and artificial intelligence better suited for selecting the talent we need for the future? Or are they just hype of the day, technically fascinating, definitely helpful yet awfully overrated? In this talk Christoph will look at the chances and limitations that tech has to offer in identifying and selecting future talent.

Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

About Christoph Fellinger
Christoph started his career in corporate communication in the music industry before moving into Human Resources at Beiersdorf. Originally coming from a communications background his HR expertise lies in Talent Acquisition, having worked in various roles in Employer Branding, Recruitment Marketing, University Relations, Recruiting and Talent Relationship Management both on a local and international level. His latest love in professional life includes diagnostic trends and HR Tech.

Hypergrowth: What you don’t know, kills your growth
10:40 - 11:10
Sophie Theen, 11FS
Keynote

The common misperception of hypergrowth in any company is that it’s all about attracting new talent, in bulk, rapidly. Sounds simple but how do companies get this so wrong? “Good intentions, wrong execution” we say. The truth is, the secret to successful hyper growth only has 1 key ingredient; the people. Companies need to learn to build an effective talent function to attract the right kind of talent and then master the shift of cultural paradigms during these stages of growth using structured, disruptive thinking. You will come away learning to recognise the talent types that thrives successfully in this environment, the methodology to run TA smoothly and finally, how to get your leadership to care about their people.

Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

About Sophie Theen
Sophie was described as a reformed engineer when she had her first taste of HR with IBM Australia. She went on to pursuing a career in fixing problems in people, not machines. For 5 years, she had led recruitment projects with Ford, General Motors, IBM before moving to Revolut and led them through hypergrowth bringing their final headcount to 300 in under a year. Now, she joins 11FS (a Challenger Consultancy) to define their ultimate working culture via a series of employer branding efforts. Her focus is aimed at cultural paradigms during hyper growth stages in a start-up and championing diversity and equality in a future focused way. With a Masters in Project Management she loves a challenge in solving people problems in organizations using structured, disruptive thinking. “People are your future”, she recites.

Break
11:10 - 11:40
Networking

Time for coffee or tea in the Serre & Foyer. Meet some partners and catch up with other delegates.

1A. The see - think - do framework for recruitment
11:40 - 12:10
Matej Matolin, STRV
Breakout

* What is the candidate journey * How to prepare different content and messages * Sensors, signals, and measurement * Identification and sourcing of the most engaged candidates * Use automation to make your recruitment machine work

Location
Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

About Matej Matolin
Matej is an HR evangelist, recruiter, manager, and advisor. He runs the most visited Recruitment blog in the Czech republic, organizes Recruitment MeetUps, contributes to leading newspapers and speaks at conferences. His professional background includes recruitment in automotive, heavy industry, FinTech and IT. He has experience with recruiting in niche markets as well as hiring thousands of blue collar workers.

1B. Sourcers: become nurture marketers and data analysts
11:40 - 12:10
Richard Hutchinson (Capita Resourcing)
Breakout

Candidates don't need to talk to you to find out all about what it's like to work at your organisation. So, we need to stop spending 80% of our time attempting to get strangers to talk to us and we have to take an entirely different approach; which is all about nurture marketing and data analysis. Adam Gordon from CandidateID will do the introduction.

Kleine zaal / Small hall (1st floor)

About Richard Hutchinson
Richard Hutchinson is passionate about recruitment and specifically talent attraction, sourcing and engagement; as he puts it, "the exciting and critical part of the recruitment life cycle!" Richard is responsible for talent attraction and innovation for both Capita's internal recruitment as well as their large Capita Resourcing (RPO). He cherishes the opportunity to enhance talent attraction and innovate across multiple employers.

1C. Chatbot case
11:40 - 12:10
Breakout

Location Bibliotheek / Library (2nd floor)

1D. To be announced
11:40 - 12:10
Breakout

Koorzaal / Choir hall (3rd floor)

2A. Recruit scarce IT minds with a mobile AR experience
12:15 - 12:45
Breakout

2B. To be announced
12:15 - 12:45
Breakout

Kleine zaal / Small hall (1st floor)

2C. To be announced
12:15 - 12:45
Breakout


Location
Bibliotheek / Library (2nd floor)

2D. Winners startup competition
12:15 - 12:45
Breakout

Location: Koorzaal / Choir hall (3rd floor)

The two winners of the Startup Competition 2019 will present themselves in this breakout. Meet 2 innovative startups to optimize your talent acquisition.

Lunch
12:45 - 13:45
Networking

Time for a good international lunch in the Serre and Foyer, meet some partners and to catch up with other delegates.

3A. To be announced
13:45 - 14:15
Breakout

Location: Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

3B. To be announced
13:45 - 14:15
Breakout

Kleine zaal / Small hall (1st floor)

3C. To be announced
13:45 - 14:15
Breakout

Location
Bibliotheek / Library (2nd floor)

3D. To be announced
13:45 - 14:15
Breakout

Koorzaal / Choir hall (3rd floor)

4A. To be announced
14:20 - 14:50
Breakout

Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

4B. To be announced
14:20 - 14:50
Breakout

Kleine zaal / Small hall (1st floor)

4C. To be announced
14:20 - 14:50
Breakout

Bibliotheek / Library (2nd floor)

4D. To be announced
14:20 - 14:50
Breakout

Koorzaal / Choir hall (3rd floor)

Energy break
14:50 - 15:20
Serre & Foyer
Networking

Time for a n energy break, meet some partners and to catch up with other delegates.

Begin with the end in mind: recruit strategically
15:20 - 15:50
Teddy Dimitrova, mycujoo
Keynote

Are you a bit tired of firefighting? How many times have you heard "We need to fill this vacancy…like yesterday"? We all know how the market looks like now a days and we all know that we can't do much to change it either. But … what if there is a way to build, lets say a community? A pool of of people who know your company and might be interested in working for you… some day, or even imagine… a community of raving fans? Honestly, Teddy is not going to give you the golden ticket to the solution of all your challenges. But, she will give you a solid base to start building up your teams a year upfront - in a strategical way, under tight budget, while having fun!

Location
Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

About Teddy Dimitrova
What Teddy loves about the today's world is that crazy rapid growth. An environment where you can't stand still, where you need to be sharp, curious and bold to succeed. That, in combination with the world of sourcing, recruitment, talent management and all that comes together with working with people - drives and excites her. Next to her passion for innovation, she's a reliable contributor of today's retail industry - she's a passionate shoe collector, she likes to change my hair color on weekly bases and she strongly believes that disruption is the key to success!

Using technology to augment your sourcing
15:50 - 16:20
Karen Azulai, everythingsourcing.com
Keynote

These are very interesting times where on one hand sourcers /recruiters still do manual sourcing and on the other, use the newest AI based sourcing technology and opt for fully automated sourcing/recruiting process. Karen's keynote presentation will expose you to the most advanced options and show you how to stay relevant in these changing times.

Location:
Grote zaal / Big hall (ground floor)

About Karen Azulai
Karen is founder of everythingsourcing.com and the co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of hrtechnation.com, a global website covering topics in the HR Tech industry. She is one of the leading voices of the international sourcing industry. Karen routinely attends and speaks at international sourcing conferences, is very active in local and international sourcing online groups and enjoys sharing information and her opinions are often bold and non-confirmative.

Closing by the chairwoman

Chairwoman Anna Ott closes the second edition of Talent Acquisition Live.

About Anna Ott
Anna Ott has been working in HR for the past 18 years. She started her career in HR at companies like Lycos Europe AG, British American Tobacco and Bertelsmann Stiftung and most recently Deutche Telekom's Hub:Raum incubator. Her mission is to help HR technology start-ups succeed and simultaneously inspire HR practitioners about the future of work and the possibilities technology has to offer them.

Drinks
16:30 - 17:30
Serre & Foyer
Networking

Time for a drink ans last time to meet the partners and to catch up with other delegates.

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