HCI has secured an impressive group of experts who will share how the public sector can implement successful talent acquisition practices. It's a great opportunity for human capital professionals to learn from the best
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) April 17, 2007
The Human Capital Institute (HCI), a global professional association and educator in talent management strategies, today announced the latest addition to its signature Innovation Tours, an ongoing series of talent management network and learn events held in major metropolitan areas throughout the United States and Canada. Sponsored by PreVisor, a leader in predictive employee selection, the new program, "Hire Better, Faster for Federal Agencies," will be offered in Washington, D.C., on April 24.
The presentation, which includes a continental breakfast and networking session, takes place from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ET at the Kellogg Conference Hotel on the campus of Gallaudet University.
The seminar is for anyone involved in the hiring process in the public sector. Aimed at improving talent acquisition processes, the presentation will explore how to: determine which candidates are the best match for the job; substantiate why selections meet legally mandated goals and preferences; accelerate the source-to-hire cycle; and build a case to support funding requests for recruitment programs.
The event features a panel of four thought leaders who specialize in bringing innovative talent management practices to government agencies.
Roger Campbell, Director of BearingPoint's Public Services Solutions practice, has more than 30 years HR experience working for the federal government, and now works for global consultancy BearingPoint to help government agencies improve their talent practices.
John Palguta, Vice President of Policy & Research, Partnership for Public Service, also has more than 30 years HR experience with the federal government, and now devotes his efforts to improving federal hiring practices through the not-for-profit organization Partnership for Public Service.
Dennis Sullivan, Director of the Office of Workforce Planning and e-Innovations, Human Resource Center, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management at the Department of Labor, is a practitioner in the trenches of agency hiring; he'll share some of the ways DOL is leading the way in hiring.
Mike Russiello, Senior Vice President Business Development for PreVisor and President of Brainbench, brings an array of experience to the discussion; he began his career as an officer in the US Navy, then transitioned his experienced to the private sector, focusing on the needs of government agencies, first at EDS, and then by co-founding Brainbench in 1998, a leading company in online assessments and certifications. Brainbench, a PreVisor company, has designed hiring solutions for some of the most prominent federal agencies.
"HCI has secured an impressive group of experts who will share how the public sector can implement successful talent acquisition practices. It's a great opportunity for human capital professionals to learn from the best," said Allan Schweyer, HCI's President & Executive Director.
For more information, please contact 866-538-1909, or see Events, Innovation Tours, at Humancapitalinstitute.org.
PreVisor, a leading supplier of pre-employment assessments and employee selection solutions helps identify top-performing employees. Following the rigors of industrial-organizational psychology, PreVisor's assessment content accurately predicts a candidate's on-the-job performance and supports fair hiring practices. PreVisor's solutions drive results for clients such as streamlining hiring, reducing recruiting and training costs, and improving corporate performance. PreVisor's solutions support hiring decisions for more than 130 of the Fortune 500. For more information, please visit: http://www.PreVisor.com
ABOUT THE HUMAN CAPITAL INSTITUTE
The Human Capital Institute is a global think tank, educator, and professional association defining the agenda and setting the pace for the new business science of human capital management. With over 53,000 members in over 40 countries, HCI offers a new association framework that cuts across the silos of recruitment, HR/OD, finance, sales and marketing, operations, manufacturing and IT. We provide key executives, line managers and human capital professionals with the newest education, most effective tools and best practices in talent strategy, acquisition, alignment, engagement, deployment, measurement, and retention. The future belongs to leaders with innovative ideas and strategic knowledge. We invite you to learn, share and grow your career with HCI's comprehensive resources, and join our high-achieving, forward-looking membership community. For more information, please visit: http://www.humancapitalinstitute.org.
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