Promising leading-edge, yet practical content from the front lines of in-house and agency recruitment – the inaugural Recruiter Show was not to be missed.

The 2015 programme was full of practical advice, topical debate and tip-tips for recruiters. The rise of talent leadership in our ‘Talent at the Table’ session demonstrated the growing influence of recruitment and resourcing at the highest levels of business and inspire you. As did our case study sessions about targeting a very special population for jobs and creating recruitment agency career paths, along with much, much more!

Filter the programme for tailored content streams designed for agency and in-house recruiters.

View the 2015 programme below:

08.30 - 09.30 Registration

09.30 - 10.15 Talent at the table - how one business recognised the director of talent position as a business, not HR, role.

Catherine Possamai, director of talent, Capita

10.00 - 10.45 Show what you know - build your reputation with candidates and clients through top quality events and communication

Toby Babb, founder and managing director, Harrington Starr

James Ballard, director – Annapurna Recruitment.
Annapurna received 2015 Recruiter Awards for Best Candidate Care, Best Professional Services Recruitment Agency and Recruitment Agency of the Year [Fewer than 100 employees].

10.45 - 11.30 Compliance – What will the new T&S legislation bring? - hosted by Numbermill

Louise Rayner FCCA, MBA, CEO, Numbermill

11.15 - 12.00 Keynote: Recruiting ideas from The Silicon Valley – are conservative recruiting practices hurting your firm?

Dr John Sullivan, internationally known HR and recruitment thought-leader from Silicon Valley

11.30 - 12.15 Creating professional career paths for your recruitment agency workforce

Jill Thornton, people and strategy development director, Blue Arrow


13.00 - 13.45 The state of the state of in-house recruitment

Gregory Allen, global head of resourcing, Lloyds Register and Recruiter Awards In-house Recruitment Leader of the Year 2015

13.15 - 14.00 The Future Recruitment Consultant

Facilitator: DeeDee Doke, editor, Recruiter/

Ricky Martin, Hyper Recruitment Solutions and Science & Technology Recruitment Entrepreneur and 2012 Winner of The Apprentice

Lee McQueen, founder, Raw Talent Academy and 2008 Winner of The Apprentice

Jane Vincent, managing director, Candelisa People and star of Channel 4’s The Job Centre

14.30 - 15.15 Going for the gold standard in talent - with no apologies

Tom Hovington, director talent acquisition HQ functions, adidas Group

15.00 - 15.45 Global mobility: recruitment's 'sleeping giant'

Facilitator: Graham Simons, senior reporter, Recruiter/

Graeme Lewis, group commercial director, Air Energi

Susannah Timlin, group head of talent acquisition and global mobility, Hays


15.45 - 16.30 All change

Crawford Temple, CEO, PRISM

16.00 - 16.45 Growing an in-house executive search operation from the ground up

Samantha Bush, senior talent acquisition partner, Nuffield Health

16.15 - 17.00 Agency v In-house: Is there a place for both recruitment models in future organisations and if so, what will be the rules of engagement?

Facilitator: Roopesh Panchasra, director, talent acquisition, Workday

Agency speakers:

Tim Cook, CEO, nGage Specialist Recruitment

Neil Wilson, CEO, Stanton House

In-house speakers:

Jon Hull, head of resourcing, Carillion

Isabelle Hung, senior director talent acquisition EMEA, ADP


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