An Open Letter (Email) to TA Professionals for IAMPHENOM
You’ve been hearing about IAMPHENOM: the hype, the speaker sessions, the educational opportunities, the networking, and more. If it was up to you, you’d already have your ticket and be on the next plane/train/bus/UBER/(fill in the blank) ride to Philadelphia.
If it’s not your final decision to make, you have to convince your boss to let you go.
We took the liberty in crafting an email to send to your supervisor so you won’t have to work too hard to convince her of the benefits of going to IAMPHENOM! Go ahead, copy and paste the text below and customize to your liking. Let us know if it worked.
Subject: IAMPHENOM – What’s in it for us?
Remember that conversation we had on how you want our team to better our recruitment strategy while integrating technology to improve our candidate and employee experience?
Well, I have an answer to that: IAMPHENOM.
It’s a user conference that will cover everything regarding HR, Talent Acquisition, and technology with conversations and keynote speakers on where the future of the business is going next.
Artificial intelligence, chatbots, and machine learning are now the staples in every recruiter’s toolbox. If we don’t take advantage and get the most out of our tech tools, we are going to lose out on exceptional talent to our competition. Everything impacts the bottom line and it starts with a strong workforce. I know you agree.
What makes this conference different is the level of experience the host, Phenom People, has in building a talent management platform that cues in what candidates want and effectively sources and engages quality job seekers.
The speaker line-up is complete with like-minded yet diverse executives with backgrounds that would make even Warren Buffett blush.
To name a few:
- Jonah Berger - NYT’s Bestselling Author
- Shelia Gray - Global Talent Acquisition Leader at GE Appliances
- Leona McCharles – Vice President of Global Recruitment at RBC
- Neil Pasricha - 5-time NYT Bestselling Author and TED Talk Speaker
Logistically speaking, it’s a two-day event held in Philadelphia starting at 8 a.m. on May 2nd, concluding on May 3rd. All meals will be provided, and there will be an opportunity to connect with other attendees outside the conference. The first day, they’ll host a happy hour and will end with a networking event to close out the conference on the last day.
Tickets are $499, but this week only! Prices increase on April 1st.
If you have more questions, check out their website just in case I didn’t cover everything.
Your employee who anxiously awaits your response!