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There are a lot of misconceptions about talent databases, networks, pools and communities in the world of work today. What truly differentiates them all? Talent databases are nothing new, but one-way ...

There are a lot of misconceptions about talent databases, networks, pools and communities in the world of work today. What truly differentiates them all? Talent databases are nothing new, but one-way job broadcasts do not a community make. In this session, I will faciliate a discussion around true talent community best practices that include developing a community strategy, creating a community structure, choosing a site and/or platform, defining a community management model, and then developing and executing a content marketing strategy to keep the community engaged ongoing beyond basic employment brand info and job postings.

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  • Ah, the romance…#SocialHRCamp
  • #SocialHRCamp
  • Banned#SocialHRCamp
  • Truths • There are a gazillion people on social media today • Recruiters do source using social media • Candidates do use social to search for jobs • Professionals do learn from one another and orgs online • Companies still ban social media at work • Companies are still mixed as to recruiting/engagement value#SocialHRCamp
  • Back in the day#SocialHRCamp
  • Hey, big boy#SocialHRCamp
  • #TChat#SocialHRCamp
  • Always#SocialHRCamp
  • Talent Network/Community Origins Early Computer User Groups: Early Computer User Groups: IBM’s SHARE and UNIX IBM’s SHARE and UNIX Government and Government and Early Internal User Groups: Early Internal User Groups: Higher Education Higher Education CompuServe, AOL CompuServe, AOL Early Online User Groups: Early Online User Groups: and Yahoo Groups and Yahoo Groups#SocialHRCamp
  • The rise of social networks#SocialHRCamp
  • Social leads to online community#SocialHRCamp
  • #SocialHRCamp
  • Community Evolutionary Leap #1 Online Community Members Don’t Have to Apply for Jobs to Belong#SocialHRCamp
  • Community Evolutionary Leap #2 Online Community Members Can Share Personal Content and Collaborate Around It#SocialHRCamp
  • Community Evolutionary Leap #3 Online Community Members Can Mentor One Another#SocialHRCamp
  • Community Evolutionary Leap #4 Online Community Members Learn About Inside-Out Connections#SocialHRCamp
  • Community Evolutionary Leap #5 Online Community Members Learn More About Employer Brands Via Relevant Content Marketing and Thought Leadership#SocialHRCamp
  • Community Evolutionary Leap #6 Online Community Members Can Belong to More Than the Big Three Networks, And/Or Your Own#SocialHRCamp
  • Quality, not Quantity#SocialHRCamp
  • Why? Attract, Engage, Develop? • Listen • Communicate • Connect • Collaborate • Teach • Learn • Encourage • Recruit#SocialHRCamp
  • Why, just the other day… What is a successful talent community? @RecruiterMoe: Not sure I agree. Talent communities are self-generating, found in the wild by recruiters. We can ruin them w/ tampering. @KevinWGrossman: You can, but talent communities can also be generated and maintained by orgs. If the goal is ongoing development, not jobs. @RecruiterMoe Concur, just think stocked ponds have uses, but they’re so, so limited. Only a small slice will enter and participate. @KevinWGrossman: Agreed. When youre looking for those needles in haystacks, then the small slice will enter and participate. @RecruiterMoe: Good point @KevinWGrossman: No, thank you for keeping me honest, my friend. We’re in an interesting talent acquisition and management transition today.#SocialHRCamp
  • The Transitioning Transactional#SocialHRCamp
  • The sandbox#SocialHRCamp
  • To learn more about building true Talented Communities, contact me today. Kevin W. GrossmanDirector of Marketing, BraveNewTalent T: +1 (831) 419-6810 E: Kevin@BraveNewTalent.com Twitter: @KevinWGrossman Blog: BraveNewTalent.com/blog Personal Blog: Reach-West.com