Transform the Hiring Experience with SAP SuccessFactors and Our Partner Ecosystem
On-Demand: 1 hour
This unpredictable time is forcing organizations to innovate on new ways of working – and hiring. While some organizations are considering hiring freezes and furloughs, others need to ramp up and hire a large number of employees quickly. Many organizations may have to recruit for different skills, supporting a new working and learning model.
From a candidate’s perspective, how your company responds in this particular “moment in time” can help build trust and engagement with your brand. Join this expert panel discussion to hear real-world examples of how companies:
Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your hiring experience.
Director, Solution Marketing, SAP SuccessFactors
As director of solution marketing at SAP SuccessFactors, Kim is responsible for driving strategic marketing for the SAP SuccessFactors HXM Suite, with a special focus on the partner ecosystem. She has spent over 25 years in the HR technology industry in both small and large organizations managing complex projects across geographies and time zones, running a multi-million-dollar line of business, and being the best leader and teammate she can be. Her strengths include a keen focus on results, developing informative and interesting content, and creating a collaborative environment where the best ideas are fostered to create solutions that help individuals and organizations thrive.
Chief Executive and Co-Founder, Enterprise Alumni
James Sinclair is the chief executive and co-founder of Enterprise Alumni, the market-leading alumni and retiree engagement platform. Their software powers the corporate alumni networks of the world’s largest companies, leveraging this vast, untapped pool of people for talent, sales, marketing, and community. He has a background in large enterprise innovation, having worked for companies including IBM, SAP, and EDS. Outside of his day job, he contributes to media on the future of work, large enterprise innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Vice President of Strategic Marketing, Eightfold
Mihir was recently tapped to be the vice president of strategic marketing at Eightfold, where he is charged with scaling the organization through product and customer marketing. Earlier in his tenure at Eightfold, Mihir built the post-sales apparatus by hiring and scaling the customer success and professional services teams. Prior to Eightfold, Mihir developed expertise as a consumer technology operator as the director of operations and general manager at Lyft and as Munchery’s first general manager. Prior to his tech career, Mihir was a healthcare generalist. Outside of work, Mihir enjoys hiking and exploring with his wife and children, reminiscing about the glory days of the San Antonio Spurs, appreciating Duke basketball, and being proactively depressed by the annual, imminent late-season collapse of the Dallas Cowboys. Mihir got his MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and his dual B.A. in chemistry and religion from Duke University.
Chief Revenue Officer, Plum
Nigel has had a successful career in sales leadership over the past 17 years. This has included senior roles in high growth organizations such as BlackBerry, Startech.com, and now Plum. Nigel is also a supporter of the entrepreneurial community, committing his own time and angel investment to select accelerators and startups._1590957101578