Paul Norman is the Vice President of Talent Acquisition at Wyndham Vacation Ownership. Prior to joining Wyndham Vacation Ownership in December 2010, Paul was the Director of Recruiting for Rackspace, Vice President of Retail Bank Recruiting at Washington Mutual Bank, and a headhunter in the Biotech industry. Paul and his recruiting teams have hired over 100,000 people across the world.
Some other interesting facts:
• Husband, Father, accidental Recruiter, reluctant handyman, novice Twitterer (@pmnorman) • Floridian (via Michigan, North Carolina, South Carolina, & Texas) • Sold books door-to-door in Salt Lake City, Utah during college (Southwestern Bookman) • Can drive an 18-wheeler, front-end loader, and commercial snow plow • Sang karaoke with Vince Vaughn • Bucket list includes: be in a rodeo; play with my grandkids; join the 501st Legion; significantly impact the recruiting industry; help 100M people
A native of Upper Michigan, Paul received his B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Michigan. He is madly in love with his wife, Tara, and their four amazing children.
Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Paul M. Norman
Every day a critical position goes unfilled at your organization, your organization is losing money. Whether it's lost sales revenue, decreased productivity or a lower quality customer experience, the cost is real. What if you could predict vacancies in key positions before they happen and build a talent pipeline ahead of your talent needs? Join Paul Norman of Wyndham Worldwide to find out how.
In this session you will learn to:
Use analytics to predict near-future staffing needs.
Build a pipeline of talent before vacancies appear for mission critical positions.
Avoid the lost revenue and low productivity that are the hallmarks of a chronically understaffed organization.
Content Featuring Paul M. Norman
At most organizations, the recruiting team will wait for an employee to leave before they begin sourcing a replacement. In a competitive talent market, this reactive approach to hiring guarantees that your organization is always short-staffed. In ...Read more