AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--What is one of the most dangerous mistakes a CEO can make? According to Khorus CEO Joel Trammell, it’s abdicating the recruiting function. During a free Webinar hosted by Chief Executive magazine on Thursday, May 7, he’ll discuss why CEOs must own recruiting and 10 rules for hiring the best talent.
Webinar Title: “10 Rules for CEOs to Recruit the Best”
Description: In many companies – especially large ones – the CEO is not a part of the hiring process. Recruiting is treated like a tactical fire drill rather than a core component of the strategic plan. During this webinar, Trammell will show that focusing on talent acquisition and development is a crucial role for the CEO and may also provide the greatest return on investment. His 10 rules for recruiting will guide CEOs as they carry out the critical responsibility of attracting, hiring, and measuring A-level talent.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Spot and keep A-players
- Set a high bar of consistency for hiring
- Look for disruptive events
- Cultivate unique talent sources
- Track recruiting performance…and more
Date and Time: Thursday, May 7, 1:00 p.m. EDT
About Joel Trammell
Joel Trammell is a veteran CEO whose leadership has resulted in successful nine-figure acquisitions by two Fortune 500 companies. As CEO of network management software firm NetQoS, he delivered 31 consecutive quarters of double-digit revenue growth and nearly $60 million in revenue. CA Technologies acquired the company in 2009, generating more than 10x return on capital to its private equity investors. In 2010, he cofounded CacheIQ, a storage software company, which NetApp acquired two years later.
Austin, Texas-based Khorus provides business management software and a methodology to help CEOs run their organizations more effectively using weekly, predictive insight from every employee. Designed by CEO Joel Trammell, Khorus enables leaders to align employees to strategic objectives, get timely intelligence, and forecast the likelihood of achieving each goal. With this platform in place, CEOs have a single system for enhancing company performance and their own effectiveness, avoiding uncertainty and surprises, and handling the unique measurement and management challenges of today’s complex knowledge-work. Learn more at khorus.com.