If you’re not SOURCING, you’re SNORING!

Wednesday 10:15 – 11:15 AM

Session Description

Does your leadership and hiring managers sound like the 1996 hit song by Paula Cole, “Where have all the Cowboys gone?”

WHERE HAS ALL THE TALENT GONE? The current employment market has us all desperately searching for good talent. STOP Posting & Praying, and discover how to begin and implement a candidate sourcing and acquisition strategy tailored to fit your organization’s needs.


Clinton Shane Bradley

Clint is a Talent Acquisition Leader in the HR World. For almost twenty-years, Clint has been the project architect and change agent for efficient acquisition strategies, candidate experience trends, employer market branding, and “DISCO SOURCING!” Clint’s Talent Acquisition specialties have included industries such as Healthcare, Industrial Manufacturing, Accounting & Finance, Human Resources, Executive C-Suite, Engineering, and Government.

Now, Clint is resigning as the Purple Squirrel-Unicorn Finder! Instead, he is leading acquisition teams into the realistic understanding of our current talent market. Clint is tailor fitting organizations with the right technology, mindset and artistic solutions to acquiring great talent matches.

“The days of posting & praying are gone! If you’re not sourcing, networking and connecting with talent, then you’re snoring as the day goes by. It’s an exciting time to be a recruiter… but artificial intelligence is hot on our trail!”

Clint is the Talent Sourcing Specialist at North Kansas City Hospital. He also serves as the 2019 President-Elect for SHRM of Greater Kansas City, Workforce Readiness Director, and MOSHRM’s Diversity & Inclusion Director. Clint’s unique experiences have included: International Fashion Model; Veteran & Service member with the United States Air Force; Wrangler & Cowboy; Writer & Storyteller; Stand-Up Comic; Diversity & Inclusion Advocate; Franchise Owner.

“My life experiences have shaped the way I see and work with humans. Resources is the admin side of what we do. But, to truly evolve in our work with people requires the understanding guidance of kindness, empathy and advocacy.”

Clint lives in the Kansas City area with his husband Evan, and their two dogs, Leo and Luca.