Archive for July, 2007

Atlanta Recruiting Roadshow Facilitator
Business Leader, Recruiting Consultant, Trainer, Coach
RCI Center of Excellence

Working with clients in the boardroom and on the frontlines, Frank is no stranger to managing complex assignments at every level. As a Senior Director for the RCI Center of Excellence, he brings a keen insight and hard-won experience to a growing number of clients who seek to gain from his considerable knowledge about developing and managing winning teams.

For many years Frank has been a champion of innovation for top sales organizations like Tom James Company and Acuity Specialty Products Group where his reputation as a rainmaker and recruitment leader preceded his growing stature as one of RCI’s leading talent management consultants and problem solvers.

Today, Frank interacts with client-organizations who share a vision for excellence in their recruiting practices and strategic workforce development. And because he understands things from the “inside out” and doing it “the right way,” he is a particularly sought after trainer and business coach, especially in situations that require a hands-on approach to recruiting and people, intelligence, integrity and business savvy are sources of competitive advantage.

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Learning Track Leader
Recruiting Leader, Consultant, Trainer, Coach

Alan Lee until recently served as the Senior Vice President of the Office of People & Culture and Chief Recruiting Officer for HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation, where he was accountable for meeting the human capital acquisition, management and development requirements for all segments of the business. During Alan’s four years at HomeBanc, the company was ranked the best employer in numerous metropolitan cities, including Atlanta, and ranked nationally by FORTUNE in it’s annual listing of The 100 Best Companies To Work For.

Alan has over 10 years of tenure in recruiting leadership roles with Wachovia Corporation, The Coca-Cola Company, NationsBank and other major organizations.

Alan serves on the Board of Governors of the Georgia Foundation for Independent Colleges, the Kennesaw State University Athletic Advisory Board, the Board of Directors for Music to Light the World, Gift for a Child Board and was a Junior Achievement volunteer teacher. He is also an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and MUST Ministries in Georgia.

Recruiting Roadshow Organizer & Keynote Speaker
Founder, Recruiting Roadshow
johnsumser.com, Recruiting Roadshow, Recruitingblogs.com

John Sumser’s first entrepreneurial venture was selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts door-to-door as a 10 year old. He failed miserably because the merchandise was so delicious. After college, he tried the conventional wisdom of getting a big corporate job, working his way from copy boy at Westinghouse Defense to training engineers and negotiating NATO contracts over the course of 15 years.

John became interested in the internet in its embryonic stages back when it was owned and operated by DARPA. He eventually found his way on to the WeLL. His conversations and musings with folks in the San Francisco Bay Area developed into a position as Director and Editor of the Whole Earth Review where he met and worked with many of the central figures in Silicon Valley and became an expert on start-up businesses.

In 1995, John started his own company Interbiznet, where he wrote a daily column on using the internet and technology for recruiting. His ideas have been the catalyst for dozens of new companies and countless MBA student papers. John wrote the first book describing the internet as a sourcing and recruiting tool in 1996.

He regularly consults with recruiters and employers on how to find, hire and keep the best employees, how people work, how companies and systems affect employees and how changing economies and technology alter the nature of work itself. He also consults with Recruiting startups and sits n the Board of Directors of Salary.com

One of John’s current areas of interest is how the cultural differences between the generations are changing the workplace. He introduced this idea last year to the top 500 employers in Canada last year where Al Gore was the warm-up act (although Mr. Gore might call it the key-note speech).

John continues to explore the importance of culture and communications through new technologies and forums like Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and blogging, all of which allow us to meet and connect with people we might not have found in another era, and perhaps say things we would never say in person.

John has taken this idea full circle with the Recruiting Roadshow which is designed to actually bring people together in the same room to connect and talk in “real time.” Even with the coolest networking tools, there is still no substitute for sharing a meal and a conversation, for looking people in the eye and seeing them laugh.

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