deloitte entelo webinar

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While there are many approaches to attracting diverse candidates, sourcing and pipeline management is one of the most critical.  As organizations attempt to increase their sourcing efficiency by narrowing their focus on high-yield sources, they may inadvertently impact their ability to attract or find diverse candidates. 

Stacia Sherman Garr, VP and Talent Management Research Leader at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP, will share five critical sourcing practices organizations can use to attempt to address this situation, expand their talent pools, and enhance their capability to identify diverse talent. We'll also share Schneider Electric's story of how they've used better sourcing and pipeline management to meaningfully impact their diversity hiring numbers.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • The role of diversity sourcing in creating an inclusive organization
  • The importance of considering sourcing efficiency and its impact on diversity recruiting
  • Five practices to help improve sourcing and pipeline management

Entelo welcomes Stacia Sherman Garr for our webinar!  

Stacia Garr_3-5.jpgbersin.jpgStacia Sherman Garr leads Talent Management research for Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and is also responsible for Bersin’s research on leadership, succession, and HR practices. She has more than a decade of experience writing research and advising a wide variety of clients. She has published widely on a variety of topics, including talent strategy, integrated talent management, performance management, career management, employee engagement, employee recognition, workforce planning, and diversity and inclusion. Stacia is a frequent speaker at conferences and on webcasts. Her work has been featured in The Economist and The New York Times as well as trade publications, such as Talent Management and CLO magazines. Prior to joining Bersin, Stacia worked as a senior analyst for the Corporate Executive Board, serving as both a research analyst and an instructional designer. She was also an adjunct history professor at Northern Virginia Community College. Stacia holds a Master of Business Administration from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. She also has a master's degree from the London School of Economics and bachelors’ degrees in History and Political Science from Randolph-Macon Woman's College.