We are excited to present such a dynamic, engaging, and unique speaker as our keynote this year. The 2018 recruiting conference theme is ‘Renew, Re-energize, and Re-invent,’ and Ms. Poler will definitely inspire all conference attendees to achieve great things.
ST. LOUIS (PRWEB)
December 07, 2017
PracticeMatch, a company that provides physician recruitment resources, job boards, career fairs, and data to healthcare employers nationwide, presents Michelle Poler as the keynote speaker for their annual recruiting conference. Poler is a speaker who initially became known for her “100 Days Without Fear” project, whereby she conquered one fear per day, for 100 consecutive days. After facing a variety of challenges including skydiving and holding a tarantula, Poler completed her project with a TEDx talk, conquering her fear of public speaking.
PracticeMatch’s annual recruiting conference will take place September 15-18, 2018, at The Westin Savannah Harbor, in the beautiful, historic, coastal Georgia town of Savannah. PracticeMatch’s popular conference is enjoyed each year by in-house physician recruiters and recruiters of advanced practitioners from hospitals and healthcare systems across the country. Conference registration opens online at the PracticeMatch website on December 1, 2017.
“We are excited to present such a dynamic, engaging, and unique speaker as our keynote this year,” states Mike York, COO of PracticeMatch. “The 2018 recruiting conference theme is ‘Renew, Re-energize, and Re-invent,’ and Ms. Poler will definitely inspire all conference attendees to achieve great things in their professional and personal lives.”
In addition to the keynote presentation by Michelle Poler, conference attendees may participate in a number of other seminars and educational sessions to help hone their skills and techniques related to healthcare recruiting. A full list of topics will be available online upon confirmation at a later date.
“By attending the PracticeMatch Recruiting Conference, attendees can update their healthcare recruiting strategies, review new ideas, and learn refreshing ideas and tactics to take their physician and advanced practice recruiting to a new level of success,” York concludes.