Extended workforce ENTERPRISE Mastermind group

Exclusively for Procurement and Talent Acquisition Leaders in the Global Talent Ecosystem.

Enterprise-only Mastermind Group

Membership for this group is restricted to global procurement and talent acquisition leaders. You must be responsible for managing a Talent program at your Company.

Past Mastermind Topics

How well can Direct Sourcing work without a VMS?

Decision-making process behind taking your program in-house from a MSP and/or outsourcing your program to an MSP

Tiering practices / strategies for suppliers

Global Programs and challenges

IC and Compliance concerns

Direct Sourcing models and practices

Self-Managed Programs - opportunities and challenges

VIEW Enterprise-Authored Content

Genuine content written and collaborated on by Procurement and Talent Acquisition without influence by vendors

REGISTER for monthly virtual ZOOM Meetings

Regular meetings the first Wednesday of every month.

OPEN Member Directory

Transparency into who is involved in this group and writing and editing our content.

ClubVMSA Benefits to Enterprise Members

Member Directory

Our members work in Procurement and Talent Acquisition in Fortune 1000 global companies.  Collaborate with the best in the industry.  Get a mix of thought leadership, best practices, strategies and tactics to optimize your global extended workforce programs.  (Picture, Name and LI Profile link)

Blogs - Access is complimentary

Learn current trends from Enterprise Members of the Mastermind Group published here and to LinkedIn on a regular basis.  The blogs are written and edited by our Members and are free for all to enjoy.

Executive Content, Workbooks & Document Libary

Access Member-created collaborations on most current trends, thought leadership and workbooks.

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Check us out with no obligation. Listen to leaders in the industry live and unplugged every day for free. Maybe you’ll decide to move up to Contributor after a few weeks. Thanks for being a part of ClubVMSA!

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If you run a Contingent Workforce Program at a Fortune 1000 Company, your membership is on us!  Gain Buyer Insights; join a Mastermind pod and attend our virtual conferences to build your own network and continuously improve your global talent programs. Thanks for being a part of ClubVMSA!

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