Lars Schmidt is an international speaker, panelist, and trainer who has presented at events held by LinkedIn, Life Is Beautiful Festival, Glassdoor, Recruiting Trends, Human Capital Institute, Social Media Week, Recruiting Innovation Summit and more. He offers recruiting, branding, and technology-related keynotes, presentations, and training sessions. His work at the intersection of recruiting and employer branding has been covered in Mashable, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, U.S. News, and more.
As a professional speaker, Lars explores the intersection of recruiting, employer branding, social/digital engagement, and technology. He’s available for keynote, presentation, and training presentations.
LinkedIn Talent Connect Day 1 Keynote with Hootsuite’s Ambrosia Vertesi
Social Media has transformed the way organizations can identify, engage, and attract talent. This keynote presentation, by Amplify Talent Founder Lars Schmidt, at Human Capitol Institute’s Talent Management Conferences highlights some of the ways social media has impacted recruiting, and how NPR has successfully put social at the forefront of their talent strategy. You can watch more videos from past speaking engagements on the Amplify Talent YouTube channel.
You can find some of our past presentations here.
“Is Lars one of the industry’s foremost thought leaders when it comes to employer branding, candidate experience, and innovative recruiting practices? Yes. But he’s also an engaging speaker, a fantastic event MC and marketer. I was lucky enough to have Lars serve as the Master of Ceremonies of our inaugural Employer Branding Summit at Glassdoor that had 100 attendees in the room but over 5,000 watching the live stream globally. He effortlessly switched between gears, from delivering a dynamic keynote presentation to engaging other speakers in Q&A following their presentations and answering questions from the audience on the fly. Always ready with thoughtful insights but witty enough to keep people laughing even 6 hours in, I can’t imagine a better MC for a recruiting or employer branding event than Lars.” – Alison Hadden, Glassdoor Director of Brand Strategy