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Recruiting Top Talent Internationally
Global Strategies for Associations
Recorded on April 14, 2015

Recruiting top talent is essential for keeping associations strong. The wider the pool, the greater the power to connect with the right high-performers. That’s why so many associations have enjoyed success by expanding their recruitment strategy to include international hiring.

So why don’t all associations use global hiring to find top talent?  Sometimes, it’s the complexity of overseas employment laws. Sometimes it’s uncertainty about what recruiting strategy will work best in today’s evolving global marketplace. Other times it’s that associations have a hard time defining their goals for global outreach and the specific types of talent they need.

Now, here’s how to overcome all these issues and connect with world-class talent ready to invigorate your organization.

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Recruiting top talent is essential for keeping associations strong. The wider the pool, the greater the power to connect with the right high-performers. That’s why so many associations have enjoyed success by expanding their recruitment strategy to include international hiring.

So why don’t all associations use global hiring to find top talent?  Sometimes, it’s the complexity of overseas employment laws. Sometimes it’s uncertainty about what recruiting strategy will work best in today’s evolving global marketplace. Other times it’s that associations have a hard time defining their goals for global outreach and the specific types of talent they need.

Now, here’s how to overcome all these issues and connect with world-class talent ready to invigorate your organization.

Register now for Recruiting Top Talent Internationally: Global Strategies for Associations. 

In this webinar, experts on international HR management, executive search and employment law show you how to build your own global hiring strategy. You’ll learn today’s best practices for everything from handling the logistics of recruitment, to managing overseas employees, navigating language and cultural differences and complying with complex laws and regulations. 

Find the best employees, worldwide.   As part of building your strategy, you’ll discover what kinds of resources can support your success with international outreach, and best ways to use the global marketplace to find—and recruit—perfect-fit employees for your specific organization. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar. 

Reserve your space now to avoid pitfalls as you maximize the value of a global recruitment strategy, including:

  • How associations are using the global marketplace to succeed in their outreach
  • The strategic decisions involved in global outreach and hiring abroad
  • The specific type of talent you should look for to run your outreach in another country
  • Why it’s vital to use accountability and performance metrics in hiring abroad
  • How employment law differs overseas
  • The logistics of global hiring
  • Why (and how) to prepare an exit strategy for your global outreach and employees

This one webinar covers global recruitment from strategy development through hiring and managing employees.  There simply isn’t a better starting point for connecting with the international talent to invigorate your association and lead international outreach.

Register now for Recruiting Top Talent Internationally: Global Strategies for Associations. 

Meet Your Webinar Leaders
Brian J. Glade, SPHR, GPHR, Managing Director, Global Strategy and the Americas, AESC
Brian Glade is the Managing Director of Global Strategy and the Americas at the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC). In this role he is responsible for membership in North, Central, and South America. Prior to joining AESC in May 2011, Brian led global programs for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Brian was responsible for educating the Society’s constituents on global human resource management issues; providing guidance in the globalization of SHRM members, products, and services; and representing the Society and the profession abroad. Brian established SHRM offices in Beijing and Mumbai. Prior to SHRM, Brian worked at Texaco Inc. as International Human Resources Advisor and at the United States Council for International Business as Vice President for International Labor Affairs. Brian is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a certified Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR). Brian earned his M.A. in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins University.

Jim Zaniello, President, Vetted Solutions
Jim Zaniello is president and founder of Vetted Solutions, a specialist executive search firm focused on association and nonprofit recruiting and consulting. Zaniello possesses a unique understanding of the executive search process, developed through over 25 years of recruiting and association experience. Prior to founding this, Zaniello spent 10 years conducting searches at a leading Washington, D.C.-area executive search firm focused exclusively on associations and nonprofits, where he successfully filled hundreds of executive-level nonprofit positions. As a senior executive with association management giant SmithBucklin, he served as executive director of several associations. Zaniello is an active member of ASAE, and received his B.A. from St. Bonaventure University. He also completed graduate-level coursework in association management at The George Washington University.


David P. Goch, Partner, Webster Chamberlain & Bean LLP
David Goch is a partner with Webster Chamberlain & Bean LLP and has represented numerous clients before the US Congress on a wide range of issues. Mr. Goch also oversees the firm's state charitable solicitation registration program. Mr. Goch participates in standards writing efforts with the American National Standards Institute and through the International Standards Organization ("ISO") as a US delegate for manufactured goods. His teaching and lecturing experience includes presentations before numerous associations and at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce "Institute" program at, among others: Stanford University, UCLA, University of Arizona, and the University of Georgia. His practice areas include all aspects of nonprofit law including: corporate, tax, antitrust, intellectual property, standards and certification, employment matters, and government relations, Trade and Professional Associations; Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations; and Government Relations.


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  • Associations/nonprofits
  • Membership organizations
  • Association management groups

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