Choose from 6 convenient locations in October 2021.


Keynote + Roundtables 1:00 - 4:00
Networking Reception 5:00 - 7:00

All times are local.  FREE for Enterprise Managers of the extended workforce. Sponsored event. No tickets sold.



Wed, 13 Oct 2021



Thu, 14 Oct 2021



Mon, 18 Oct 2021



Tue, 19 Oct 2021



Wed, 20 Oct 2021

SF/Bay Area

Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay, CA
Thu, 21 Oct 2021

Welcome to VISION 2022!

The management of the extended workforce is a multi-dimensional phenomena, which includes: Enterprise Buyers, Strategic Suppliers, Technology, Management Partners and Executive Stakeholders.

Understanding the needs of all parties is critical to the success of any evolving talent program.

Gain perspective at VISION 2022 by widening your lens and making room for new ideas. Get the space and time to create a grounded vision for your organization driven by peer best practices.

Join an EXCLUSIVE GROUP of Enterprise Buyers and Extended Workforce Managers PLUS Selected and Highly Vetted Sponsors as you collaborate on best practices in a safe, confidential indoor/outdoor setting.

Who should attend?

Vision 2022 offers real-time market intelligence & insights for Outsourced and Internal Extended Workforce Programs. The following Enterprise Leaders may join at no cost:

  • Indirect Procurement Director/VP
  • Talent Acquisition Director/VP
  • Extended Workforce Program Manager

“I’m sure it will be a fantastic dialogue. You always do a great job at facilitating these meetings and making them entertaining and informative.”

Favorable Ratios


FREE Tickets

How is VISION 2022 different from a typical virtual event?

While virtual events are easy and efficient, assembling in a safe and secure environment creates the necessary space to deepen relationships and expand thinking… creating trust and uncovering new ways of work.

Keynote Panel

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Sr. Director, Contingent Labor
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Sr. Director, Contingent Labor


Learn more soon.

Sample Program (local timing)

1:00 Networking

1:15 Keynote with Q&A

1:45 Refresh and Network

2:00 Choose your Roundtable - 3 Rounds


SOW + Procurement

How to successfully manage SOW in your program



Diversity & Inclusion

Workforce vs Supplier.  How can we achieve both?



Direct Sourcing

Learn how peers are addressing talent shortage and cost challenges through direct sourcing.


2:45 Refresh and Network


Contractor Care

Learn how peers are treating contractors more and more like employees through tools, communication and a mindset shift.



New Technologies

Talent Curation, Pools, Assessments and more.  Learn the latest in how new technologies actually work within programs.



Total Talent

What journey are you on to achieving total talent management? Topics include total talent data, operational excellence for onboarding, program ownership, and organizational health. 


3:45 Wrap up

4:00 Break

5:00 Networking and Libations

5:30 Dinner

7:00 Program concludes

Upcoming Events

November 18, 2021

Enterprise Meetup. Details to come later in year.

Professional Facilitators & Organizers

Jim Coughlin, ClubVMSA

Jeannine Parise, ClubVMSA


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!

Please select your community:


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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