How LinkedIn is Modernizing Public Sector Talent Strategy

The Conference Board of Canada, April 27, 2020
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Thanks to the most competitive labour market in decades, increasing technological innovation and disruption, and the decreasing shelf-life of skills, acquiring and developing top-talent and skills has never been more important to the public sector’s ability to deliver services and outcomes for Canadians. Built around the world’s largest professional network (over 16 million members in Canada and more than 675 million globally), LinkedIn is both the world’s largest recruitment services company and the world’s largest skills-focused online learning platform, and therefore uniquely positioned to support this effort.

Webinar Highlights

In this recorded session, you will learn how Public Sector organizations are:

  • using data to modernize and innovate their talent strategy;
  • building their employer brand and tapping into new talent pools and passive talent;
  • recruiting students, executives, and high-demand and niche talent;
  • up-skilling their workforce by developing a learning culture;
  • revolutionizing employee engagement and performance management; and
  • empowering HR to be a strategic partner through data and labour-market insights.

About Michael

Michael has spent the majority of his career within HR and Talent Acquisition. In his current role he is the Public Sector lead for LinkedIn’s Talent Solutions line of business in Canada. In this role he works with government organizations to modernize and innovate their talent strategies: recruitment, workforce management, and learning & development. He also works with government organizations to leverage LinkedIn’s data for the purposes of driving workforce and economic development policy and strategy.

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