ESIX London July 4th, 2018
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ESIX London July 4th, 2018

Our London ESIX roundtable.

7/4/2018
When: July 4th, 2018
9:00 am
Where: Visa Innovation Centre
1 Sheldon Square
Paddington
London W2 6TT
United Kingdom
Presenter: Simon Mullins
Contact: Simon Mullins
+1-650-302-2361


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WednesdayJuly 4th, 2018

Hosts              Alexa Bailey & Jonathan Mears

Location         Visa Innovation Centre, 1 Sheldon Square, Paddington, London, W2 6TT

9:00 am          Arrival, Coffee/Continental Breakfast

9:30 am          Meeting begins with Special Guest Charlotte Hogg, CEO, Visa Europe with her                         perspective on hiring top talent.

                    
Introductions & Member Roundtable

Visa: The Transformational Journey

As we sit in Visa’s largest of its network of innovation centres, our host Jonathan Mears, Head of Global Executive Talent Acquisition, will share with us the organisation’s transformational journey over the last 60 years from being a private entity to going public and now operating in more 200 countries worldwide, in the super-competitive payments and digital currency space. He and the team will share how they are able to keep one step ahead of such a hot market, and their plans and progress as to their own function’s innovation and growth.

11:00 am        Break

11:30 am        2018 ESIX Annual Benchmark Survey Highlights & Participant Roundtable

We will touch on some highlights from the 2018 Annual Benchmark Survey, discuss any surprises, and use it as a baseline for a roundtable discussion to explore what we might do differently as a function moving forward.

12:20 pm        Tour of the Visa Innovation Centre          

1:00 pm          Lunch

2:00 pm          A Talent Pipelining Platform: Technology We Can Actually Use?

A truly managed and curated prospect pipeline is critical to building a strategic corporate executive recruiting function. However, in our world it is a very manual process that takes resources which many organisations do not have the headcount or budget for. Though most of executive recruiting is likely to remain a high-touch, ‘white glove’ operation, perhaps technology can manage some of the enabling processes that get us to that prospect pipeline grail? We will discuss one potential option with Billy McDiarmid, Head of Client Success at Candidate.ID, which uses algorithms to nurture and score prospects so we can target our outreach more effectively and reduce time to fill.

3:00 pm          News Updates and Meeting Close

3:30 pm          Networking Cocktail Hour 

5.00 pm          Adjourn