Global HR & Recruitment Speaker
Engage your HR, recruiters or audience with the latest candidate engagement insight; Katrina provides proven tips and inspiration that can be immediately implemented by recruiters, sourcers and HR. Cutting through the hype, as only a straight talking Aussie Brit can, she will leave you inspired to put the human back into your (social) recruiting and transform your candidate’s experience.
As your recruitment speaker, Katrina will share expertise on topics like humanising social sourcing, the right way to use sourcing tools & technology, better candidate engagement and how to be robot proof recruiters and sourcers.
On top of keynoting in the US, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Oceania and Africa, Katrina has experience:
- delivering rev up sessions during recruiter offsites/away days
- providing insights & tips at ‘lunch and learns’
- facilitating cohesion sessions between hiring managers and recruiters & sourcers
- delivering sessions via webinar to virtual recruitment & sourcing teams around the world
Feel confident booking a HR & recruitment speaker who has spoken at leading conferences & events globally:
Katrina Collier shows companies how to solve the problem of candidate engagement. HR, talent acquisition and hiring leaders don’t have an issue finding people, they have an issue evoking a response, engaging people and stopping candidates from ghosting. She is the author of The Robot-Proof Recruiter and uses her extensive industry experience to deliver keynotes and facilitate sessions with recruiters, HR and hiring managers, that inspire them to free the blockages in their recruitment and improve candidate experience.
She is also the founder of multiple DisruptHR UK events, an Ambassador for Hope for Justice aiming to end modern day slavery, and co-host of The #SocialRecruiting Show podcast. You’ll find her championing the #BeHuman cause on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @KatrinaMCollier.
More interviews and podcasts are available here.
“ It had been a while since I had attended a SourceCon conference! Then I received an email notice on the topic “Can we Automate Being Human?” It piqued my interest because it’s a subject I have been thinking about as well. I was happy I opened it, I knew right away that I needed to meet her! Katrina’s SourceCon keynote, “Can we Automate Being Human?” really brought life back into our industry! Thank you, Katrina, for bringing back “human” part of HR. Katrina, you’re the real deal and so much more!”
“ We invited Katrina to speak to our membership of 160 recruitment business leaders on best practice candidate engagement. So pleased we did – not only did she stimulate, inspire, engage our membership brilliantly, Katrina’s session was packed with so many practical tools and tips that gave the guys some real tangible value. If you want energy, best practice, insights (and someone who stays very cool when there is an AV breakdown), I strongly recommend Katrina.
“What makes Katrina stand out is her engaging personality and energy. She captures the attention of the audience and keeps them engaged the entire way through, which is rare. Her content is contextual, relevant and able to be put into practice by recruiters – tomorrow. She’s a fantastic human, someone people want to spend time with. If you are looking for some training for your team, I’d highly suggest having a conversation with Katrina!”
“I recently had the pleasure of seeing Katrina present to the Talent Acquisition Summit in Dallas, Texas. Katrina’s presentation style is smack-you-upside-the-head-engaging! She challenged a room of seasoned TA professionals to think outside the box when sourcing hard-to-find talent and to boldly pick up the phone and engage in authentic, live conversations with prospects when building a talent pipeline. If you get a chance to see Katrina live, DO IT!
That magical moment in 2015 when Katrina found herself on stage with industry legends! 💛
Challenging recruiters to #BeHuman…
— Maria Moragianis (@mmoragianis) March 7, 2017
— Will Staney (@willstaney) March 15, 2017
— Zach Brown, MBA ☕ (@HeadhunterZach) March 15, 2017
— Paul DeBettignies (@MNHeadhunter) October 17, 2017