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SocialHRCamp San Francisco 2012 Sessions (November 19, 2012)

Do you want to be a part of a globally unprecedented HR UNconference? We are looking for speakers & topic ideas! INTERESTED? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO DO ---> [1] Click "Add Item to List" [2] Select "item WITHOUT a link" [3] Put the topic name in the "Item Name" field [4] In the "Item Note" box: Write a short description of the topic and if you are interested in presenting it yourself. You can also recommend other speakers. Include the relevant Twitter handle & any other social networking links.

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Importance of a Collaborative Hiring Process

Importance of a Collaborative Hiring Process

New hires work with the existing team. "You need to have a collaborative hiring process," said Steve Jobs. How can Technology be leveraged to make an internally social hiring process?

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How Your Facebook Employer Brand Can Lead to Hires

How Your Facebook Employer Brand Can Lead to Hires

Candidates want to work for companies that are enjoyable and meaningful. Facebook is a great place to show your company culture. But, connecting with candidates over Facebook is a fine line of work/personal lives. Let's talk about doing it right

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Engagement.. How to get people to act

Engagement.. How to get people to act

How to cultivate input

How to crowdsource

How to get people to vote

How to get people to stop lurking

The Future of HR: trends that impact your role

The Future of HR is in Social, Gamification, Cloud, Mobile, Big Data and Global... but what the hell do these buzz words mean and how can HR truly leverage technology to impact the business? I'll walk you through it!

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What Social Recruiting Is & Is NOT

What Social Recruiting Is & Is NOT

Posted by Jeff Waldman (@JeffWaldmanHR) Using social media to attract and recruit new talent can be hugely advantageous. But, it's not as simple as one might think, and many misconceptions exist. In this session we will look at the impact social media can have on talent attraction, what social media platforms can be used and the key things to consider and think about when utilizing social.

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Social HR: Who's who in the Zoo?

Social HR: Who's who in the Zoo?

On one hand you have some big players creating
Social HR technology, and on the other there is a startup popping up every day... who are the key players, what do they bring to the table and why should I care as an HR professional.

LinkedIn Tips, Tricks & Hacks

(Added by @StacyZapar, Most Connected Woman on LinkedIn) LinkedIn is a social recruiting staple, used by practically all recruiters these days. But are you getting everything out of it that you can? Whether you have a corporate, premium or free account, this session will teach you cool tips, tricks and hacks to increase functionality, expedite / streamline networking efforts and access additional information previously unavailable to you. Learn how to make the most of your time on LinkedIn!

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Does Social Media Really Impact Employer Brand?

Does Social Media Really Impact Employer Brand?

Posted by Jeff Waldman (@JeffWaldmanHR) In our global economy everything is branded; products, services, people, companies and the like. Throw in the social media and you have an interesting scenario. This session is all about how human beings make buying decisions, and how this translates to the employer/prospective employee relationship. We'll look at a couple of organizations that have extremely strong employer brands and how social media plays a significant role.

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Bringing It All Together: Putting Social into Practice @ Work & In Life

Bringing It All Together: Putting Social into Practice @ Work & In Life

This session will explore how we bring the tools, strategies and practices that are social media together and incorporate them into both our work and personal lives. We will discuss what, if any, boundaries exist between work and life when it comes to social media and how these impact both workplaces and employees. Collectively, we will identify areas for HR practitioners to consider further when it comes to how the use of social media can play out within a work environment. Finally, we discuss several next steps that can be taken as social is put into practice and examine ways for smart & balanced use. Presented by @boydjane

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Leverage Your Existing Assets to Build a Live Talent Network

Leverage Your Existing Assets to Build a Live Talent Network

Employers are sitting on a gold mine of previously acquired candidate data, rich with skills and connections. What can you do to effectively re-engage and leverage these candidates quickly and easily? In this session, TalentCircles' Sean Sheppard will discuss the value network ownership and how to bring your current candidate pool to back to life. Learn how you can streamline your recruitment process and reduce costs, all while gaining the ability to immediately and continuously manage candidate engagement.

Social Recruiting: The Old School v. The New

(Added by @StacyZapar, Most Connected Woman on LinkedIn) Social recruiting is all the rage these days. It’s become an industry buzzword with everyone trying to jump on board the social bandwagon. But what is it really? And WHY are so many of us embracing this new social world? In this session, we will compare and contrast several old school recruiting practices and philosophies with their new social counterparts and discuss the specific reasons for the huge upsurge in social recruiting. (Need to make the case for social recruiting to your management team? This session will provide lots of valuable ammunition along with supporting stats and data points.)

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How Social Media Policies Backfire

How Social Media Policies Backfire

You can't control employees' use of social media, so quit trying. Social media policies don't work, and can create liability instead of prevent it. So it's important to understand the legal issues and risks. Then learn how to educate and train your managers and employees to make social media work for your company.

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Breaking Generational Stereotypes: A Focus on Strengths, Commonalities and Mission

Breaking Generational Stereotypes: A Focus on Strengths, Commonalities and Mission

We hear it all the time now: entitled, lazy, no sense of responsibility, zero work ethic, always looking to gadgets to find a better way… Yes, that is what the “greatest generation” said about my generation, Baby Boomers, as we entered the workforce in the 1960s and 1970s. And, of course, that is what Boomers and GenXers say about Millennials now.

In this session, we’ll discuss how to break through generational stereotypes to evaluate the individual’s strengths and ensure a good match to culture – regardless of birth generation. We’ll also discuss focusing on commonalities, rather than our differences, in order to better serve the organizational mission.

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Introducing Twitter To the Social Enterprise

Introducing Twitter To the Social Enterprise

The Basics of how to use Twitter to promote & monitor your company. Learn how to encourage your employees to improve your employer brand with Twitter.

Using Video to Make Your Talent Acquisition Job Awesome

Employers need recruiters to identify top candidates for their next hire, but too much of a recruiter's day is bogged down by administrative and repetitive tasks. @ImoUdom will take a fun look at what sucks about a recruiter's day, and how that day could look totally different when using time-shifted video interviews to get to know candidates during the screening stage.