Save the Date! Talent Seminar 2/26: Gore’s Employer Brand Journey
Please join us on Thursday, February 26th (7:30-9AM) for our next Outside-In® Talent Seminar featuring guest speakers, Graham Williamson and Steve Shuster from W.L. Gore & Associates. A strong employer brand is a sustainable competitive advantage in the quest for talent. Find out what Gore learned on the way to developing their employer brand and what principles you can apply to any organization.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
You should join us if you are:
– An HR Leader
– In Talent Management or Recruiting
– A business leader planning to implement or improve his/her company’s culture
– Looking to expand your knowledge on best business practices
– Seeking HRCI recertification credits*
*This seminar is currently pending approval for HRCI credits.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKERS
Graham Williamson, Regional Recruiting Leader
Graham provides leadership to W.L. Gore & Associates’ Recruiting team and is part of a global HR leadership team at Gore responsible for aligning the HR strategy with enterprise objectives. For the past twenty years he has been involved in different sectors of the staffing industry from executive search in Europe to consulting and leading recruiting teams. One of his passions is Gore’s work on employer branding and the current global thread through this work is the focus on creating experiences for candidates and businesses that positively differentiate Gore.
Steve Shuster, Global Brand Manager
Steve has thirty plus years of business experience with W.L. Gore & Associates. During these 30 years he has experienced many roles, such as; sales, marketing, product management, brand management and business leadership. Steve has extensive knowledge in value pricing, product development, market assessment and global markets.
Currently, Steve is the global Enterprise brand leader responsible for growing and protecting the GORE® brand and portfolio of Enterprise brands. For the past five years he has focused on developing and implementing global brand management processes for the Enterprise. In this role he developed, mentored and led associates globally around the importance of adding value to the portfolio of brands within the Enterprise. As part of this role he developed new strategic approaches to branded offerings throughout the Enterprise. Steve also co leads the Global Employer brand initiative. Steve is also a passionate champion for the Gore culture. At this point in his career his energy is derived from helping others grow through leadership development mentoring and coaching.