There is status gap between departments in business. Finance is the treasury. Sales bring the money. Product / Engineering might make the things we sell. Legal creates the contracts we are all bound by. Where does TA / HR sit in this order? Why do recruiters / TA consistently seem to be a department that has fight extra hard to be heard? Perhaps, we lack 'institutional confidence'
- What is 'institutional confidence'
- How do we know this is a problem
- What do we need to do on departmental level to level the playing field?
- Is this even possible, or desirable thing to do?
- What is the role of evidence / data in producing better relationships
- How can we become more central to decision making
- Can a department build confidence?
w/ Lesa Molinari, Global Branding & Talent Acquisition Director (Colt), Juliette Rouquet, DITA SME (Danaher Corporation), Raj Gill, Talent Acquisition Manager (British Telecom) & Jon Hull, Head of Resourcing (Balfour Beatty)
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