Price (from): €1,102 / day
Scott Hutchinson is a fully qualified international consultant, coach, trainer, and mentor, trained by the modern leaders in coaching, Performance Consultants International. Currently advising on recruitment/talent management across several sectors, including professional services, technology, oil and FMCG manufacturing, with diverse clients including Coca Cola and Informa Middle East.
Twenty years finding leaders for the UK Consumer Sector including 75 of the UK’s Top 100 Consumer companies. Worked for International Headhunting Firms (TMP Worldwide) as well as having his own award-winning recruitment businesses.
An exponent of the value of "marginal gains" and the GROW model of coaching. Both used extensively and successfully throughout a consulting, coaching and training career. Scott is fascinated by what makes people excel, about why some teams and individuals achieve more and (more importantly) how they do it. Obsessed with staff retention, effective team building, and leadership.
About the training
With increased global competition for the best talent, the world’s leading employers are now making employer branding a top priority. Soon every company will be on Glassdoor, which will show your employer brand rating to the world. Will Stanley, formerly head of global recruiting at Glassdoor says “Everything a candidate has ever heard, read or witnessed about your company will enter into the decision of whether to work with you. A great Employer Brand has never been more important - it also makes absolute financial sense. According to LinkedIn, companies with a strong employer brand experience a “43% decrease in the cost per hire” and a “20% increase in the rate of hire”. LinkedIn also found that a bad reputation could cost a company with 1000 employees $7.6m in additional wages.
The financial case for a strong employee brand
Strategy to present your organization as a great place to work and how to raise awareness and open the door for employment discussions
How to communicate the values, experiences, goals and “personality” of your company in an authentic way, so you don’t lose talent to others who are doing it better
How to measure the ROI of a great employee brand – measuring brand metrics into Quality of hire, time to hire, cost per hire.
Day One: Introductions & Scene Setting
Why talent is important
An Exploration of “The War For Talent”
The Impact of Employer Brand
Exploration of great employer brand examples
Monitor, Measure and Manage
Day Two: Strategy
Who does what?
Do’s and don’ts
The Role of HR
Creating & Presenting
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