Oct. 28 || Virtual || U.S. Central Time

Learn from Top Business Schools, Tech & Consulting Companies

Our World-Renowned Futuristic Recruiting Speakers

Steve Lowisz

Qualigence International

Data-Driven Decision
in Selecting Candidates 

Steve Lowisz is an authority on all things talent, personal development, and business leadership. Best known as the founder and CEO of Qualigence International, Steve is a successful five-time entrepreneur with over two decades of practical business experience. 

With experience consulting start-ups, equity-backed, and Fortune 500 companies around the world, you can count on Steve for expert advice and a valuable new perspective.

Robert Hoyle Brown

Vice President,
Cognizant Center for the Future of Work

Remotopia: How to Attract & Retain Top Talent in the Post-Pandemic World

Robert Hoyle Brown is a Vice President in Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work. Since joining Cognizant in 2014, and has specialized on the topics of robotics, automation and augmented reality and their impact on business processes. He has worked extensively with the Cognizant Digital Operations Practice as head of market strategy, and also with Cognizant’s Accelerator leadership to drive the development of its intelligent automation strategy, messaging and go-to-market outreach.

He was the lead author on the Center for the Future of Work whitepapers “21 HR Jobs of the Future: Getting – and Staying – Employed in HR by Helping Employees Find the Future of Work” (2020), “The REAL Reality of Augmented Reality” (2019) and “Every Move You Make: The Future of Privacy in the Age of the Algorithm” (2018). He is also lead analyst for Cognizant’s Jobs of the Future Index (2020). As a co-author, he helped produce “After the Virus” (2020) as well as “Making Room: Reflections on Diversity & Inclusion in the Future of Work” (2018). He is also a frequent blogger at www.futureofwork.com.

Kathryn Segovia

Head of Learning Experience Design
Stanford University

The Power of Design Thinking
for Recruiting Executives

Kathryn Segovia is the Head of Learning Experience Design at the d.school at Stanford University. 

She also brings a wealth of industry experience, having worked on fast-paced internal, external, strategic and retail design challenges. Her past clients include Steelcase and VF Corporation.

Kathryn brings a keen awareness and understanding of the unique challenges faced by internal design teams as well as those faced by intact teams working to apply design thinking. 

Kathryn enjoys helping people whittle down the layers of their work lives to reveal who they really are while supporting them through moments of doubt and fear as they embark on their life-long process of leadership development. 

She holds a Ph.D. (2012), Master’s degree (2010) and B.A. (2007) in Communication as well as a Master’s degree in Psychology (2007) — all from Stanford University.

Joseph Fuller

Professor, Harvard Business School

Recruiting In The New World of Work
(Only For Executive Pass Holders)

Joseph Fuller is Professor at the Harvard Business School and a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He was a founder, first employee and long-time CEO of Monitor Group, the global strategy consulting firm, now Monitor-Deloitte. Joe worked with clients in a wide variety of industries and a number of governments and multi-lateral institutions on issues of competitiveness.  

Joe’s research focuses on two major topics—the changing nature of work and the evolution of the C-Suite. He oversees two ongoing research projects on the future of work, Harvard Business School’s Managing the Future of Work Project and the Project on the Workforce, a collaboration between Harvard Business School, the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. 

Fuller has studied and published extensively on the various forces affecting the evolution of work, including technology, demographics, the skills gap, the care economy and the potential impact of Covid on work practices. His research on the C-Suite focuses on how changes in the economy and society has led to the evolution of skills requirements for CEOs and other members of the C-Suite.

Jeff Hyman

Recruit Rockstars

The Real Secret to Hiring Top Talent During and Post-pandemic

They call him The Matchmaker.

Inc Magazine, to be specific. They called him The Matchmaker in a feature cover story. Because Jeff has devoted his entire career to finding the best talent & teaching companies how to do the same.

His obsession began when he was 13 years old & launched his first company, Compu-Labels, with the help of a TRS-80 computer. Early on, Jeff realized that -even with the best product- your competition will crush you unless you have the best players on your team.

Fast forward to when he graduated from Kellogg School of Management to work for two renowned executive search firms, Heidrick & Struggles and Spencer Stuart, he learned what set top-performers apart from those who struggled & failed…it was Rockstar DNA. (Unfortunately, not everyone has it.)

Shally Steckerl

The Sourcing Institute Foundation

Pitfalls When Implementing Sourcing

Shally is rebel, pioneer, founder, thought provoker, husband, father and innovator. He is globally recognized as the Godfather of Sourcing, widely regarded as the foremost authority on the subject of finding and engaging hard-to-find talent. His third book, The Sourcing Method (ISBN 978-0-9998081-0-8), is the seminal text on how to fix what's broken in Talent Acquisition through Talent Sourcing.

Since 1996 Shally has presented thousands of keynotes, workshops and webinars worldwide empowering recruiters to efficiently find unfindable talent. He has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, NPR, Forbes and hundreds of other publications. His methods have become global standards adapted to every business setting in an ever changing talent market.

Tiffany Ballve

Senior Manager of Engineering Talent Sourcing

How to Use Funnel Metrics
to Identify Gaps In Your TA Process

Tiffany Ballve is Senior Manager of Engineering Talent Sourcing at Microsoft. She has over 21 years of agency and corporate Talent Acquisition (TA) experience in roles from technical recruiter and sourcer to team lead and recruiting director for consulting and software companies alike. Mrs. Ballve is keenly adept at building TA functions from the ground up and positioning companies for high-growth periods. She has years of experience growing and training best in class Recruiting and Sourcing teams and is responsible for the development of the TA infrastructure and Recruiting strategy. A self-proclaimed data geek, Tiffany uses data on a daily basis to derive insights and drive real time business decisions to scale her functions with success.

Tauseef Rahman
& Susannah Crabtree

Partner, Career Business

Reimagining Talent Acquisition in a World Focused on Flexibility

Tauseef is a Partner in Mercer's Career business, with expertise in job design, rewards effectiveness, workforce strategy, and people analytics. He is responsible for envisioning and delivering projects which enable organizations for growth. Currently based in San Francisco, he has also been based in Mercer's Los Angeles, Dubai, Melbourne, and Houston offices.

Susannah is a Partner with Mercer and the Leader of the Canadian Career business. In this role, Susannah is responsible for client relationship management and leading and ensuring the delivery of projects in the areas of Talent Strategy, Compensation and Governance. She is also the co-lead of Mercer’s internal Racial and Ethnic Diversity BRG.

Lindsey Cameron

Assistant Professor of Management
The Wharton School

Crafting Meaning In Trying Times

Lindsey D. Cameron is an assistant professor of management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Her research focuses on how changes in the modern workplace (e.g., algorithms/machine learning, short-term employment contracts, variable pay) affect work and workers. 

She recently completed a four-year ethnography of the largest employer in the gig economy, the ride-hailing industry, exploring how algorithms are fundamentally reshaping the nature of managerial control and how workers navigate this new workplace. 

Her research program is motivated by identifying and understanding how these changes affect how work is being organized and experienced by workers in a myriad of ways. She is currently studying how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting gig workers as well as examining how ride-hailing workers on three continents navigate disputes.

Aneeta Rattan

Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour London Business School

The Science of Belonging

Dr. Aneeta Rattan (BA Columbia University, PhD Stanford University) is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. Her research focuses on how lay theories, or mindsets, shape intergroup dynamics in organizations. She studies the confrontation of overt bias in workplace interactions and mindsets that promote belonging, commitment, and achievement among minorities and women who face implicit bias. 

Dr. Rattan’s research has been published in top academic journals (e.g., Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Psychological Science) and the media (e.g., The Conversation, Harvard Business Review, Financial Times).

Top 3 Reasons To Attend
The World's Most Futuristic Recruiting Summit Online

Reason #1: it's your rare opportunity to get futuristic and research-based recruiting ideas, insights and thought-provoking strategies from the most respected business schools and consulting organizations in the world including Harvard Business School, The Wharton School, London Business School, Stanford University, Mercer and IBM. 

Reason #2: join 1,000+ senior corporate talent acquisition leaders online to solve the recruiting crisis of our time that is coming post-pandemic. Plus, learn how to recruit in the new world of work (you don't want to miss Dr. Joseph Fuller's session on "Recruiting In The New World of Work" from Harvard Business School, included as part of the Executive Pass).

Reason #3: we get it. You're busy so we cut out all the fluff. Now, you can invest just 1 day to get the most impactful talent acquisition insights from the comfort of your home/office. Attending this virtual summit will keep you 10 steps ahead of your TA peers, guaranteed.
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Virtual Tickets - Prices in USD

regular PASS
  • Access to all virtual sessions.
  • X No recording access.

Executive PASS
  • Access to all virtual sessions.
  • Access to recordings for 1 person
    for six months.
  • An invitation-only virtual networking session with fellow talent acquisition executives.
  • Executive Session #1: Recruiting In The New World of Work With Professor Joseph Fuller from Harvard Business School.
  • Executive Session #2: An exclusive 30-Minute Design Thinking Q & A Session With Kathryn Segovia from Stanford University. 
Recording - Team Pass
Get access to recordings of all sessions for two months for $599. If you want longer access, you can also get a six or a twelve month recording access for $999 and $1599, respectively. You can share the recordings with your entire TA leadership team so they can watch on demand.
  • Access to all recorded sessions
    for your team.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who is this virtual recruiting summit for?

The Future of Recruiting Summit is especially designed for talent acquisition leaders that want to prepare for the Future of Recruiting in just one day.

What makes the Future of Recruiting Summit different from the other talent acquisition conferences?

If you're a VP/Director/Manager of talent acquisition, you can stay 10 steps ahead of your peers by virtually attending the world’s only talent acquisition conference that's based on providing you cutting-edge recruiting insights from three perspectives: research findings from the best business schools in the world, consulting expertise from the best consulting companies in the world and talent sourcing insights from top sourcing leaders in North America.

Is there any group discount?

There's no group discount because the price for the virtual summit is already super affordable.

Can I buy group tickets if I don't have all the attendee details at the time of registration?

Yes, you can. You can buy group tickets right away to secure the discounted rate and update attendee details later on through our online registration website.

Can I change delegate names after I purchase my ticket(s)?

Yes, you can. If you have any trouble doing that at all, just email Beverly at beverly@futureofrecruitingsummit.com

Will I get the recording of all virtual sessions?

The recording is not included with the regular pass. However, you can add the recording to your registration separately or if you purchase the executive pass, you'll get the recording access for six months for your entire marketing team.

How can I sponsor this virtual summit?

Please email Beverly at beverly@futureofrecruitingsummit.com to get our sponsorship package, thank you.

I have other questions, who can I reach out to?

Please email our event manager Beverly at beverly@futureofrecruitingsummit.com and she'll get back to you within 12 hours.

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