Every great story needs a beginning, middle, and end. And an audience.
If you and your team have done amazing things, if you have taken a bright idea and had a big success, in short, if you have a riveting story, we’ve got the perfect audience.
We’re looking for gifted storytellers who are also action-oriented innovators and thought leaders to speak at Talent Connect 2019 in Dallas (September 25-27). Presentations can be done as talks, panels, workshops, or fireside chats with anywhere from one to four people. It all depends, of course, on what the best format is to tell your particular story.
The conference will bring together global leaders in talent acquisition, learning and development, and HR to share best practices and build community while addressing the key challenges and trends shaping the future of work.
As a Talent Connect speaker, you’ll be elevating your personal brand as you allow other conference attendees to benefit from the hard-won insights that have come from your own experience. Sharing — it’s what a conference that has Connect as part of its name is all about.
We’re looking for actionable ideas that touch on the entire talent lifecycle — plan, hire, develop. To get you started, here are a few of the topics attendees want to hear about:
- Artificial intelligence
- Data-driven recruiting
- Diversity, inclusion, belonging
- Employer branding
- Interviewing and assessment
- Pay transparency
- People analytics
- Reskilling and upskilling the workforce
- Talent branding
We are looking for people with stories that focus on innovation, transformation, and results. If you want to share your story (and we hope you do), sign up now. Our submissions will stay open until May 15, 2019.
Need a nudge? Check out some of the key talks given at the last three Talent Connect conferences, then become the inspiration for next year’s speakers. And if you’d rather listen than speak, you can register for the conference here. Either way, as speaker or listener, we hope to see you at the milestone 10th Talent Connect.
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