Sure, every conference geared towards recruiters and talent teams claims you’ll walk away with engaging insights. So what makes our annual HR and TA conference, IAMPHENOM, unique? Nestled in the heart of the City of Brotherly Love, IAMPHENOM is jam-packed with 30+ speakers, valuable networking opportunities, and Oprah-style surprises we’re having a hard time staying tight-lipped about. Since that doesn’t do it justice, here are 4 irresistible reasons to attend IAMPHENOM at the end of April:
1. Industry-Leading Speakers
Attend innovative thought leadership sessions covering the topics you want to learn about most, including the evolution of the candidate experience, cultivating employee experiences, and advancing technology. Learn from CHROs, talent acquisition leaders, influencers, and New York Times best-selling authors, including:
Josh Bersin, Global Industry Analyst & Founder of Bersin by Deloitte
Amy Webb, Award-Winning Author & TED Talk Speaker
Neil Pasricha, New York Times Bestselling Author & TED Talk Speaker
Sarah Smart, VP of Global Recruitment at Hilton Hotels & Resorts
2. Valuable Networking
Networking can be hit or miss no matter where you go—but it will be impossible to leave IAMPHENOM empty-handed after interacting with fellow industry professionals (including individuals from powerhouses like Southwest, Life Time Inc., and Abbott Labs). Get inspired by tried-and-true recruiting strategies, connect with others during post-conference parties, and leave with a ton of interesting new people to add on LinkedIn.
3. Actionable Takeaways
At the end of last year’s IAMPHENOM, attendees raved about how valuable the presentations were. Between the keynotes, panels, and sessions, you’ll have plenty of action items to take back to your team and start implementing. Be sure to bring a tablet, computer, or notebook! When you return back to work, set up time to review ways to put what you learned into practice.
4. The City of Brotherly Love
A city rich in history and culture, Philadelphia is filled with plenty of sites and attractions to explore during your visit. The conference is situated along the Delaware River Waterfront at the Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, promising incredible views as the backdrop for the event. Whether you tack on an extra day or two, stop by a few of our phavorite phinds. Tour Old City with a visit to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, see a comedy show, grab a drink at Yards Brewing Company or Bluecoat Distillery, and satisfy your sweet tooth at The Franklin Fountain.