Keynote Presenter

Shally Steckerl

The Sourcing Institute


Shally Steckerl is a global recruiting leader who has created a way to successfully embed key talent identification and engagement initiatives into existing recruitment efforts. The innovative breakthrough in his method has been standardizing sustainable competitive advantages which have allowed global Fortune 100 companies and employers of all sizes to maintain leadership in their sector, based solely on their talent.

A Hispanic and native Spanish speaker, Shally grew up in Colombia, South America, and now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He holds a dual degree from Rochester Institute of Technology, and serves as Adjunct Faculty at Temple University. He has been referred to as the world’s leading Thought Provoker dedicated to providing instant pain relief for recruitment sourcing agony since 1996.

Also from Shally:

Articles: Thought Leadership Piece:Is LinkedIn Actively Preventing Recruiters from Searching Profiles via Google? Thought Leadership Piece: Teaching Your Recruiters To Drink From the Fire Hose

Recorded Webinar: Webinar: Expert Panel to Discuss Engaging Talent via Social Media Webinar: Recruiting Trends for ’09: The Future of the Sourcing Function

You Are All Over Mobile Recruiting: Why Aren't Your Candidates Responding? (Tuesday Oct 22 9:05 AM – 10:30 AM)

You have a mobile friendly site. You write mobile-optimized job postings. You even splurged on some hot new mobile apps, but elusive top candidates are just not engaging… why? In this session Mr. Steckerl will reveal his most compelling and interest-evoking outreach methods for initiating contact with passive talent utilizing mobile devices, texting, email-to-SMS, and his favorite free apps.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • How to get involved with mobile recruiting without investing in a large infrastructure
  • Which mobile outreach methods are most effective at eliciting responses from candidates
  • How to optimize your existing recruitment messaging for a mobile audience
  • Which free mobile apps are ideal for engaging with your talent pools