The future of talent attraction and how Covid is accelerating this

Here’s presentation I did at the HRMAsia Tech Fest on May 13th 2020. I share about my experience in global tech talent attraction and tech talent community building for the Singapore Government.

This presentation is aimed at C-suites, Chief People Officers, Business Leaders and Hiring Managers who need to attract top tech talent to help their orgs digitally transform, but are having a hard time doing so. From the feedback I’ve received, it also applies to any sector where top talent produces disproportional value for the organisation.

I can’t stress enough how attracting the right tech talent is the key competitive edge in digital transformation, whether it’s building a Smart Nation, overhauling your traditional bank or building a market-disrupting product. Yet so often we adopt talent practices that destroy our repetitional capital rather than grow it.

In this presentation I share with you five shifts in talent attraction paradigms that you need to stand a chance at attracting (and keeping) the talent you need.

Happy to answer follow up questions.

One thought on “The future of talent attraction and how Covid is accelerating this

  1. Chor Pharn Lee

    gentle nudge 🙂 reputational capital not repetitional capital, but so good to hear from you.

    On Sat, May 16, 2020 at 6:50 AM Technology and Public Good wrote:

    > karentay posted: ” Here’s presentation I did at the HRMAsia Tech Fest on > May 13th 2020. I share about my experience in global tech talent attraction > and tech talent community building for the Singapore Government. This > presentation is aimed at C-suites, Chief People Of” >

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