DFWTRN welcomes Craig Fisher for the May 3rd lunch and learn at Prestonwood Country Club!
Craig Fisher Bio
Craig Fisher is the CEO of TalentNet, LLC, and partner in the TalentNet Live and #tru (collectively Globaltru) recruiting and HR events, the largest recruitment conference series in the world. He is also a social media and HR Marketing Strategist at fisher VISTA.
He does speaking, training, and consulting for groups of all sizes, all over the world, including sales teams, recruiting teams, and professional organizations on social media and mobile strategy, branding, and how to use the latest cool tools to connect better with their target audience.
Craig has developed strategies that LinkedIn has made internal best practices for its own teams. He helped to develop the 1st LinkedIn Certified training program in North America.
Craig has been named by HR Industry expert John Sumser as one of the top influencers in HR and recruiting. Craig is "at the heart of the explosion of the next generation of leadership in HR and Recruiting....Craig sits at the center of a cyclone from which he has a very clear picture of the real practical truths of social recruiting. Be sure to catch him at one of the many places he turns up for a conference or a conversation. He’s changing the world."
Craig has consulted to and trained sales and recruiting teams from big brands such as YUM! Brands, Pizza Hut, Zappos, News Corporation, TGI Fridays, Dice.com, JCPenney, LinkedIn, and many more.
Craig maintains one of the social search community's most strategic blogs, and is a featured speaker at sales, recruiting, HR, and social media events around the world.
Craig is a life-hacking techy who is constantly studying tools and efficiencies that allow him to spend more quality time with his kids. He is the proud father of 3 amazing boys. They spend their "spare" time at their home base at beautiful Lake Grapevine just outside of Dallas, TX.
Connect with him on Twitter and Instagram @fishdogs, on his blog at fishdogs.com, and of course on LinkedIn