Poor decision making, especially in times of crisis, can devastate your staffing agency.
In today's episode, we feature cognitive neuroscientist, behavioral economist, consultant, and best selling author Dr. Gleb Tsipursky to discuss Dr. Tsipurky's new book "Never Go With Your Gut: How Pioneering Leaders Make the Best Decisions and Avoid Business Disasters."
There are some great lessons in his book that'll I think can help staffing leaders avoid making bad decisions. Listen to this episode to get Dr. Tsipurky's strategies and frameworks for decision making that'll help you protect your agency and bottom line during the Coronavirus and market downturn.
In this episode of The Conversation, I interview Jack Boger, Marine Corps veteran, entrepreneur, and early employee at Shift a talent marketplace that connects service members with ambitious companies who are looking to hire them.
Inside the episode:
- Jack's background and experiences in the Marine Corp
- how military experiences map to skills companies need
- the challenges veterans face when transitioning
- the challenges recruiting/hiring teams face with veteran candidates
- how to create a D&I strategy for hiring service members
- why every business should hire more vets
In today’s episode, we feature Scott Sessions, CEO of Talvista. Scott works directly with Chief Diversity Officers and CHROs at enterprise companies and helps them make the best use of anti-bias technology in their D&I strategy. We talked about how to get the ball rolling with D&I, where ultimate responsibility falls for D&I and why inclusion is everyone's job, how technology can support your D&I initiatives and made a few predictions around what the future holds for diversity and inclusion.
In this episode, we feature Lauryn Sargent, co-founder & partner at Stories Incorporated. Lauryn works with organizations to discover and communicate what's true and unique about their employee experience.
At Stories Incorporated Lauryn and her team have created thousands of pieces of employer branding content for massive brands including Sodexo, Dell, CVS health and others.
Here's what's covered in the show:
Learning more about Lauryn’s background and Stories Inc including what they do, who they work with.
Are companies having challenges around telling the right story to their candidates?
8 years ago was their strong recruitment marketing buy-in and employer branding support from leadership? Is there now?
How well do talent acquisition leaders understand the value of recruitment marketing and employer brand today?
What are the challenges TA teams face in executing recruitment marketing and employer brand?
What does the future of employer brand hold for high volume hiring?
Why are employee stories critical to an effective recruitment marketing program?
How can you create a recruitment marketing strategy?
How can employee stories support high volume recruiting needs across hundreds of locations?
What opportunities exist for staffing agencies around employee storytelling?
What is the state of employer branding at Fortune 500 companies?
Where are companies finding skilled talent for employer branding teams?
What types of companies have employer branding functions?
What are the organizations’ companies can look to or join for knowledge around how to do employer branding well -> talent brand alliance, talent board.org, rally recruitment marketing, employer branding strategies Facebook group
How is AI going to enable the talent acquisition function to build-out recruitment marketing and employer branding functions
Where can recruiters or recruiting leaders at Fortune 1000s or large staffing agencies who are following employer brand and want to build out an employer branding function at their company go to get help to make the transition to employer brand?
What are the 3 companies that are doing employee storytelling really well?
How can employer brand and employee storytelling support your diversity and inclusion initiatives?
Follow Stories Incorporated on LinkedIn to get more information and educational content from Stories Inc around employer branding. They’ve got a ton of tips, informational blogs, and believe that the world will be better with better employee storytelling. Everyone can have jobs that they would like.
In 2020 recruiters will use advances in AI technology to enable and improve human connections between candidates and hiring teams. Being on the front lines with candidates, recruiters are in a unique position to understand the hiring journey and at what point candidates want to speak with a person, whether it’s to get a question answered, calm a concern, or inspire trust.
Implementing a chatbot is not enough, recruiting teams must-have technology in place to tap into the first-party data and use it to connect in a meaningful way when there’s a lot at stake such as the decision to accept a position, choose an employer, or sign a hiring contract.
Welcome to TA 20!
The weekly show with your hosts Ameya Deshmukh and Lauren Friedman where we discuss all things recruiting and talent acquisition oriented.
Have you ever wondered why it's so hard to prevent unconscious biases from muddling your hiring process?
Well, we've found the answer... and it has a lot to do with caves, cavewomen, cavemen, and sabertooth tigers.
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