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#Trulondon 6: The Schedule

We are now only a week away from #truLondon6. Every time we host #truLondon, I always worry about how we are going to keep evolving and making the event better. This time around is no different. I’m massively grateful to the 55 track leaders who have stepped up and want to host a track. One of the aims of #tru is to give a platform for new faces. I understand that many conferences need to sell big price tickets, and as a result they need big names to draw in the punters. This makes it hard for people with a great story to tell to get a platform, and plenty of repetition from event to event. I always want to find space for new names and new faces, and anyone who wants to lead a track is encouraged to do so. That means lots of conversations, and something for everyone. New for this event is the agency stream, sourcers lab and Kelly hang out. We have had feedback in the past that the conversation has been largely around the corporate market, great content but less for the agency recruiters. To counter this all of the tracks in track area 3 on day one will be run by agency recruiters, hosted by Cloud Nines Steve Ward.

We have also been able to assemble a brilliant team of sourcers who will be running the sourcing lab for both days. 12 dedicated sourcing tracks, sourcing competitions, spot prizes and plenty of geekery. This is one of the best collections of sourcers I’ve seen anywhere, making the sourcing lab an event in itself. I could comfortably spend the 2 days in the lab without moving out.

If you want to know how to find the most difficult candidates, these tracks will have the solutions. The Kelly Hangout is another new addition, from sponsors Kelly. The hangout will stream 2 days of tracks live via Google+ and Air. This makes the #tru track experience accessible to  anyone, anywhere. I will be publishing the log on details next week, or you can pick it up in the stream. JobsiteTV returns again on Monday 22′nd October. Recruiter Editor Dee Dee Doke will be running a series of panel conversations on the key topics of the day, with participants and track leaders. These always prove popular, and are worth tuning in for. There are too many great tracks to highlight any in particular, though I’m really excited about seeing Joel Spolsky, the founder of Stack Overflow talk communities. Joel has grown a fantastic community globally and I’m really looking forward to hearing the story. We will also be joined by one of the Godfathers of recruiting Gerry Crispin, talking about the findings from bot the US and UK candidate Experience Awards.

You can view and download the full schedule here:

Thanks must go to our sponsors and partners, JobsiteKellyStack Overflow and MySocialTalent.Com. Our partners make the events possible.

If you are thinking of coming, there are 10 tickets left. I hope you can join us.

Bill

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I have finalised the list of speakers and topics for Wednesday’s Masterclass, and it’s a fantastic mix. The masterclass is designed for those who like a bit more structure in their learning, without the constraints of the usual conference.
We will be running 2 tracks of 45 minutes throughout the day.

Each speaker can use presentations to demonstrate data or examples, but the emphasis is still very much on the conversation.
The tracks are divided in to 3 parts:

1: Topic overview (15 mins)

2: 3 to 1: 3 participants form a panel to quiz the speaker on key points.

3; 15 minutes open conversation and questions.

We have never used this format before, so it might turn out to be something completely different, but I see this as being half way between conference and unconference, without losing the conversation elements.

The Schedule:

Track 1: Main Room – 9.30am

Matt Alder – Metashift

Employer Branding

Track 2: In The Round – 9.30am

Michelle Krier – Pinstripe Talent

Looking outside the recruiting bubble

Track 3: – Main Room- 10.15

Andy Hyatt – Bernard Hodes UK

The Staples case study

Track 4: In The Round – 10.15

Alex Charles – Broadbean Technology

One Size Fits None

Coffee: 11.00

Track 5: Main Room – 11.15

Laurie Ruettimann

The Real HR Challenges

Track 6: In The Round– 11.15

Paul Harrison – Carve Consulting

Social Inclusion

Track7:Main Room- 12.00

Glen Cathey – KForce & Boolean Black Belt

Talent Pool v JIT Sourcing (part 1)

Track 8:In the Round – 12.00

Gavin McGlynne – CultureBank/Neil Tune – Fitness First

The Fitness First Case Study

Lunch – 12.45

Track 9: Main Room – 1.45

Colin Minto and The G4S Team

The G4S Global Talent Pool Project

Track 10 – In The Round- 1.45

Felix Wetzel – Title TBA (Follow the twitter stream.) – Marketing Director – Jobsite

Track 11 – Main Room – 2.30

China Gorman – Consultant

Global HR and Diversity Approaches

Track 12: In The Round – 2.30

Kevin Wheeler – The Future Of Work Institute

Extreme Recruiting

Coffee – 3.15

Track 13: In The Round – 3.30

Michael Long – Rackspace

Recruiting Rackers

Track 14: In The Round – 3.30

John Sumser – HRExaminer/Steve Smith – Starr-Tincup

Employment branding in a post recession social media world.

Track 15 – Main Room – 4.15

Jon Ingham – Human Capital Management

Socialising HR

Track 16 - In The Round- 4.15

Alison McCue – Hard Rock Cafe

Recruiting Rockstars

Track 17: Main Room – 5.00

Sarah White – Employer TBA

Technology Integration

Track 18 – In The Round – 5.00

Tracy Lauren – Semantic Technologist

The Semantic Future

Thats a full day, 9 sessions in each track and you can move around between tracks if it is not quite what you thought it was going to be. there’s going to be full track detail on the mobile app and timetable that Dave martin from AllThetopbananas is frantically building over the weekend. this means you will be able to check sessions, track-leaders and track times/ locations. Keep your eye out for this app and log-in or download. the link will be in the twitter stream any time soon!

Bill

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