As a talent acquisition leader or team member, you could use more investment for technology, programs, marketing, and branding. Yet, your budgets rarely increase from one year to the next. How do you ask for more money?
Kara and I presented on this topic to a packed room at LinkedIn’s Talent Connect, an annual gathering that drew over 4,000 attendees to the Anaheim Convention Center.

If you missed our presentation, don’t worry. We’re going to conduct an encore of our Breakout Session.

It’s called How to Ask For Money: 6 steps to building a winning business case for your talent acquisition program

Sample Business Case and Worksheet

 

In this session, we’ll cover the six steps to take to build a winning business case for executive leadership investment. We’ll walk through specific examples of how to quantify potential outcomes of your new program, technology, and more.

Each participant will leave with a step-by-step worksheet to guide you through the process, including calculating the return on investment (ROI) of your project.

We will also have a live Q&A session to discuss your unique challenges.

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About Moe Hutt

Moe helps talent acquisition teams solve complex problems by customizing best practices to fit the unique needs of your company. She has designed and implemented enterprise intern, employee referral, contingent workforce and recruiter training programs. From drafting recruiter service level agreements to managing the launch of a new employer brand, she specializes in striking a balance between creativity and efficiency.

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