John Vlastelica is the founder and CEO of Recruiting Toolbox, a consulting and training firm helping companies recruit and hire better; with more speed, efficacy, and diversity. John and Roy dig into current and future trends in recruiting, common mistakes that companies make in the hiring process, and how clarity and alignment can make all the difference in attracting and retaining top talent.John brings an incredible wealth of recruiting experience and perspective to the conversation. He has spent the last two decades refining effective hiring tools and processes, developing employment sourcing and interviewing strategies for a wide range of legendary brands like Google, Amazon, LinkedIn, Pepsi, Nike, and many more. John and his team at Recruiting Toolbox develop customized training for corporate recruiters and hiring managers to help them improve who and how they hire.Highlights from our conversation include:How John and his team help client companies (2:46)The components and importance of a holistic talent strategy (3:45)When companies need to start thinking about talent strategy (6:20)Trends, challenges, and opportunities facing talent acquisition leaders (11:56)Where companies are falling short in talent acquisition (13:41)How John and his team help companies determine what good looks like in hiring (15:54)Ways in which companies can inventory their processes and personnel to enhance the recruitment process (19:25)Helping companies avoid false negatives and improve their hiring decision quality (22:41)John's predictions for the future of recruiting (25:33)Hiring advice for smaller companies without talent acquisition leadership (30:42)Visit HowIHire.com for transcripts and more on this episode.Follow Roy Notowitz and Noto Group Executive Search on LinkedIn for updates and featured career opportunities.Subscribe to How I Hire:AppleSpotifyAmazonGoogle
Join me from a LinkedInLive conversation on a perennially hot topic: the Applicant Tracking System. Let's learn with Ed Han, Wordsmith, Job Seeker Ally and Recruiter at Cenlar FSB. In this conversation from 2022, Ed and I talk about: - What are some myths surrounding ATS's that we need to separate from facts?- What does a job seeker need to know about ATS when sending a job application?- What is it most recruiters wish people knew, before reaching out to them?Follow Ed on LinkedIn here.----------------------------------------------------------Liked this episode? A few things:1. Share the podcast with three of your closest friends! And please leave a great review on Apple Podcasts here or Spotify here (tap on the three-dot menu under the cover art of the podcast) , as it would mean a lot to me and hopefully help others discover it. 2. You will love my emails called Charge-Up! I send them every few weeks, they're no fluff no spam, where I share my favourite career insights from movies, TV shows, news and my own personal experiences, that I don't share anywhere else. Make sure you sign up here! 3. Come hang out with me LIVE on LinkedIn and Youtube every Friday at 2 pm CET where I answer your questions and often bring in fab guests:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonalbahl/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/SuperChargeYourself4. Share your favourite takeaways and tag me on your Instagram and LinkedIn.
As we come to the end of another interesting year, I know that many of you will be looking towards 2024 and planning for the new year ahead. One of the best things about 2023 for me has been the opportunity to get back on stage and start presenting again. I've spoken at prominent industry events, including The HR Technology Conference in the US and The CIPD Annual Conference in the UK, and delivered talks and workshops for several employers. Back in September, I spoke at the ATAP Global TA Day about the future of Talent Acquisition, and I'm delighted to be able to share the audio of my presentation as this week's podcast. If you're unfamiliar with ATAP, it is short for The Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals, and they do some great work around standards and training in the industry. Their website is here, and you can get a 50% membership discount using the code ATAP50 before the end of the year. In my presentation, I talk about: Why we can't predict the future but how we can have strategic foresight Three Forces Shaping Talent Acquisition Three Critical Trends for 2024 Practical steps you can take right now to stay ahead of the curve Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts
Talent acquisition season is upon us. With the regular season wrapping up on Friday with Miami's game on the road against Boston College, the winter transfer portal window is set to open in early December with the Early Signing Period for high school recruits taking place in mid-December. In this edition of Through The Smoke, Gaby Urrutia and David Lake set up everything you need to know going into this critical time of year. Enjoy the podcast. Note: Take advantage of InsideTheU's Thanksgiving Sale. Get an annual VIP subscription for just $27 today! Thank you to the following sponsors: - Have questions about your Employee Retention Tax Credit? Visit www.MucerinoFurdock.com (call: 561-437-0414) - LT Pro Enterprises: firstname.lastname@example.org - Pride Financial: text 305-393-7698 or email at: email@example.com - MidwaySports: Visit midwaysports.com for all your sports apparel needs To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The past couple of years have shown an astonishing development in generative AI. Artificial Intelligence emerges as a transformative force, reshaping the landscape of recruiting by introducing unprecedented efficiencies, data-driven insights, and innovative solutions that promise to revolutionize the way organizations discover, engage, and hire top talent. In this episode, we are in for a treat as one of the leading voices in AI and Data Science joins us to share unique perspectives and insights into the transformative effects of artificial intelligence on talent acquisition. Jon Krohn is a leading figure in the realm of artificial intelligence and machine learning. He's the Co-Founder and Chief Data Scientist at Nebula.io, an intelligent Talent Acquisition platform. He authored the book Deep Learning Illustrated, an instant #1 bestseller that was translated into seven languages. He is also the host of SuperDataScience, the data science industry's most listened-to podcast. Jon is renowned for his compelling lectures, which he offers at leading universities and conferences, as well as via his award-winning YouTube channel. He holds a PhD from Oxford and has been publishing on machine learning in prominent academic journals since 2010. Episode Outline and Highlights [03:11] Jon's fascinating career milestones - from high-frequency trading and yoga to data science. [08:37] What led Jon into the world of talent acquisition? [17:10] Effectively applying generative AI into talent acquisition. [24:58] Generative AI's other potential applications in automating the recruitment industry. [35:04] How close are we to getting generative AI to do excellent writing? [44:00] What makes Nebula's methodology stand out from other AI platforms? [52:16] What will the next 3 - 5 years look like in terms of Generative AI applications to recruitment? [1:02:04] How AI platforms can elevate the human experience? Artificial Intelligence in Talent Acquisition Jon shared his journey transitioning from high-frequency trader to yoga instructor to data scientist and co-founder of AI-driven talent acquisition platform Nebula.io. He shared how this amazing platform leverages generative AI to help recruitment companies identify the best candidates in the least amount of time, which helps them to focus more on human connection in their workflow. This is how he explains it, “With nebula.io, you can type in ‘find me a data scientist in New York who specializes in machine learning,' and we will take that small amount of natural language that you provided. We will apply the kinds of filters to the search automatically. So we'll apply a 50-mile radius around New York and we will generate some key information based on the small amount of information you provided.” It doesn't stop there because the results will be already curated based on each individual's publicly available data to display ranking, potential compensation, and diversity. Their platform can also generate messages with information about the role, information about the candidate, and potentially information about the recruitment firm. Jon explains that in the end, “You are making the final decision on whether a candidate is appropriate or not, but we're making the sourcing and messaging of candidates, the understanding of your searches and your candidates, as well as the engagement with your candidates, as simple and automated as possible so that you can focus, so the recruiters can focus on building relationships as opposed to just, you know, trying to find people and type out the messages.” This is indeed phenomenal! Imagine what the future of recruitment will look like not only for recruiters but also for clients and candidates. In the long run, this can only enhance the end-to-end recruitment process experience across all stakeholders. Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment Automation Jon also described other ways Generative AI can impact the recruiter's side of doing things. He mentioned several platforms that can automate interview scheduling and enhance the way recruiters can search their own databases. He mentioned how their semantic search feature can generate 10x more candidates than other platforms utilizing boolean search. He also mentioned a patented technology enabling candidate matching without incorporating historical biases against underrepresented groups. Of course, Jon and I discussed how close we are to having generative AI do very good writing. Advancements in AI and Future Possibilities How will AI impact the recruitment industry in the next three to five years? Here is Jon's response, “realistically, especially on the shorter timescales like three, five years, there isn't really any chance of recruitment being fully automated, and so what's going to happen is companies like Nebula and, of course, incumbents like LinkedIn are going to incorporate more and more automation, particularly generative AI, to automate the parts of your job. That can be so that things like sourcing candidates and stacking them in the right order drafting the initial message to them and drafting responses these things in three years I hope that most of your listeners are experiencing that kind of automation from platforms like Nebula in three years from now.” Should recruiters worry that AI will take away most jobs in the industry? Highly unlikely. On the contrary, candidates and clients alike will always want human interaction. As Jon said, “Humans looking for a purpose in their work prefer to be speaking to a real human that they can meet with and get human advice from and context from.” Our Sponsor This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Their technology and methodology allow recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees, and increase their billings. Their software combined with world-class training enables you to transition from transactional, contingency recruiter to consultative, retained recruiter. Instead of being perceived as a “me too” vendor, you'll be positioned as a “me only” solutions provider. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter. Book your free, no-obligation consultation here: https://recruitmentcoach.com/retained Jon Krohn Bio and Contact Info Dr. Jon Krohn is the Chief Data Scientist at Nebula, author of the bestselling book Deep Learning Illustrated, and host of the SuperDataScience podcast. Jon is renowned for his compelling lectures, which he offers in-person at Columbia University, New York University, and leading industry conferences. Jon on LinkedIn Jon's website link Jon's podcast, Super Data Science website link Nebula IO website link Jon on YouTube Deep Learning Illustrated book by Jon Krohn People and Resources Mentioned Ed Donner on LinkedIn Steven Talbot on LinkedIn Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt Book by Michael Lewis Omnicon Github Related Podcast You Might Enjoy TRR#52 The End of Jobs: Recruiting in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, with Jeff Wald Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter
Lisa Salvi shares how successful firms leverage a comprehensive approach to long-term success. In this episode, David Armstrong, managing director of editorial and content strategies for the Wealth Management Group at Informa, talks with Lisa Salvi, Managing Director, Advisor Services, Charles Schwab, about Schwab's RIA Benchmarking Study that highlights industry performance and where advisory firms … Read More Read More
This week on The Scoop… your weekly dose of TA & Recruitment News Lauren goes BANG! We cover AI in recruitment and all of the shenanigans going on at OpenAI… X goes Job Board… Livehire CEO takes a pay cut… WFH banned!... speaking of banning should your workplace ban the Christmas party? And much, much more.Thanks to our brilliant partner Indeed for all of your support in bringing you the news.
I detta avsnitt av Techrekpodden har vi nöjet att gästas av Clas Artvin, CIO på Apoteket. Clas tar med oss på sin resa genom en imponerande karriär inom IT och ger oss en inblick i de kritiska lärdomarna och utmaningarna han mött på vägen. Clas delar med sig av sina erfarenheter av att leda team i olika storlekar och sammanhang, och hur dessa erfarenheter har format hans ledarstil. Clas berättar om livet som CIO och om de utmaningar och möjligheter hans roll inneburit på de olika bolag han arbetat på. Han delar med sig av sina insikter kring vikten av att bygga ett team som kompletterar ens egna färdigheter och hur man navigerar i riskerna med att omge sig med likasinnade. På Apoteket, där han nu är CIO, diskuterar vi den pågående digitaliseringsresan, hur e-handel och fysiska butiker kompletterar varandra och hur Apoteket fortsätter att utvecklas i takt med det förändrade kundbeteenden. Vidare diskuterar vi Apotekets strategier för att attrahera och behålla kompetens, särskilt inom IT, och hur de har byggt upp ett starkt Employer Branding-koncept. Slutligen tar vi upp stora framtidsfrågor som Clas och Apoteket står inför, inklusive cybersäkerhet, AI, och hur de hanterar den ständigt föränderliga teknikvärlden. Clas delar dessutom med sig av ett inspirationstips som listas nedan: Podcast: The AI Breakdown - Daily Artificial Intelligence News and Discussions Är ditt företag i behov av IT-rekrytering, eller vill du tipsa om en gäst? Hör av dig till firstname.lastname@example.org eller läs mer om hur vi arbetar på ants.se Prenumerera på vårt nyhetsbrev.
In this episode, we talk about ways to develop and enhance career websites.Bill's guest this time is Jim Taylor, Managing Director of HappyDance, a Ph.Creative company. HappyDance is an enterprise careers site platform with a mission to elevate your employer brand at every turn!Jim is a digital innovator specializing in careers sites. Jim says his "true passion lies in discovering ingenious ways to optimize career site performance, enriching candidate experiences, and crafting stunning platforms that magnify (the) organization's employer brand."Questions include:Tell us about the mission of HappyDanceWhere does the name HappyDance come from – it's not a typical SaaS product name is it?On your LinkedIn page, you say "every day, I foster a culture that thrives on conquering challenges and delivering outstanding results." From a leadership perspective, what does it take to create and sustain an engaged culture of innovation?From your social posts, it looks like you're a big fan of RecFest. What makes it a special event? What is the most fundamental element in designing an excellent candidate experience? And why do so many companies get it wrong?What advice would you offer to hiring managers and HR pros looking to do a better job of telling the story of their employer brand and attracting higher-quality candidates? Can you name some brands that stand out for you as awesome employers? E.g. Domino's, ADP, NationWide, Pinterest.What in your opinion, are some of the opportunities for, and the best use of, AI and other technologies in the Talent Acquisition landscape?We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared by our guests and sponsors are entirely independent of The HR Gazette, HRchat Podcast and Iceni Media Inc. This episode is supported by Right Management North America and ManpowerGroup. For 40+ years, Right Management has transformed organizations across more than 75 countries by evaluating, developing, and transitioning their talent. Their strong pool of coaches and leadership experts works closely with candidates to help them identify their strengths, develop new capabilities, or transition to new careers.Feature Your Brand on the HRchat PodcastThe HRchat show has had 100,000s of downloads and is frequently listed as one of the most popular global podcasts for HR pros, Talent execs and leaders. It is ranked in the top ten in the world based on traffic, social media followers, domain authority & freshness. The podcast is also ranked as the Best Canadian HR Podcast by FeedSpot and one of the top 10% most popular shows by Listen Score. Want to share the story of how your business is helping to shape the world of work? We offer sponsored episodes, audio adverts, email campaigns, and a host of other options. Check out packages here and contact email@example.com. Follow us on LinkedIn Subscribe to our newsletter Check out our in-person events
Vilket värde kan en intern Talent Acquisition funktion bidra med? Vilka varianter finns det och vilka förutsättningar behöver TA funktionen för att kunna bidra med mesta möjliga för verksamheten? Josefin Malmer och Anki Stafwerfeldt delar sina erfarenheter och tankar kring detta i dagens avsnitt. Vill du veta mer om hur vi jobbar för tat utveckla TA funktioner hos våra kunder är du välkommen tat kontakta oss eller besöka vår hemsida https://www.homeofrecruitment.se/vad-vi-gor-rekrytering-radgivning-inom-rekrytering
Once in a while we sit down with someone that completely blows us away and on TaPod this week that's exactly what happened! We caught up with Dom Price from Atlassian at the HR and L&D Innovation Techfest. Dom is a Work Futurist and TED Speaker and quite simply we could listen to him all day. But in Dom's own words nothing he says holds any value unless you take action. So bolt in for the next 40 minutes, turn the mirror on yourself, ‘remove stuff' and make change… Dom makes it easy.Lauren also admits to being 50% bogan Australian… she was probably being a little conservative.Thanks to RefApp for your brilliant support this month
In this episode of 'Recruiting Trailblazers', host Marcus Edwardes sits down with Joe Kotch, a 30 year veteran of the recruitment industry with extensive experience across various sectors. Their engaging and insightful conversation traverses the landscape of the recruitment business; covering internal and external recruitment dynamics, relationship building, the impact of technology, and the essential shift towards candidate experience-focused recruiting.Joe's LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph2470/Topics discussed:- Transitioning from external to internal recruitment and how both sectors operate. - The crucial role of relationship building and having a human-to-human connection in recruiting. - Importance of candidate experience in every aspect of recruitment, and how it influences recruiters to always aim for a win-win situation. - The impact of technology on the recruitment process, how it complements the art of relationship building and the importance of being data-driven. - The necessity of having an established and understood set of metrics to evaluate the success of a recruitment process. - The approach agency recruiters should have when building relationships with internal talent acquisition leaders.- The need for deep understanding and connection with candidates as a recruiter, thereby treating them like a human, not just a resource, is pivotal for improving candidate experience. - Utilizing technology to its maximum benefit, informing and supporting recruiters, should be considered, but not at the expense of humanizing the recruitment process. The balance between art (relationship) and science (technology) in recruitment is essential. - Evaluating success using established metrics assists recruiters in understanding where to focus their efforts and time, hence streamlining the recruitment process. It also helps in setting realistic expectations and standards for the recruitment process.Top 3 Takeaways:1. Importance of Humanized Approach in RecruitmentThe need for deep understanding and connection with candidates as a recruiter, thereby treating them like a human, not just a resource, is pivotal for improving candidate experience....2. Optimal Utilization of Technology in RecruitmentUtilizing technology to its maximum benefit, informing and supporting recruiters, should be considered, but not at the expense of humanizing the recruitment process. The balance between art (relationship) and science (technology) in recruitment is essential....3. Significance of Metrics in Streamlining Recruitment ProcessEvaluating success using established metrics assists recruiters in understanding where to focus their efforts and time, hence streamlining the recruitment process. It also helps in setting realistic expectations and standards for the recruitment process....
Lauren Anderson is an awarded & nationally recognized businesswoman who obtained a Master's degree in Human Resource Management by 22. Upon graduating, she grew her career in HR & Talent Acquisition with 3 of the World's Largest Gaming & Hospitality Corporations from Michigan Ave in Chicago to the Las Vegas Strip.
In the dynamic world of sales, the approach to hiring is undergoing a crucial transformation. On the Predictable Revenue podcast, host Collin Stewart discusses the emerging trends in sales recruitment with Brisa Renteria, CEO of Improved Growth. They dive into how data-driven strategies and a focus on intrinsic qualities reshape how sales talent is identified and nurtured. Highlights include: How, When, Where to use data in the hiring process? (1:07), Sales-Specific Hiring Assessment vs. Regular Hiring Assessments (7:14), "I should just Hire People that Look Like Me" (18:32), Filter the Right People In and the Wrong People Out (26:15), and more… Are you looking to create repeatable, scalable, and predictable revenue? We can help! ► https://bit.ly/predictablerevenuecoaching
Today on The Scoop the crew from Tapod are joined by guest reporter Karen Thorley from Indeed. We cover all manner of recruitment and TA news including: Hilton jumping on the TikTok bandwagon… NZ narrowing the gender pay gap… Bill Boorman seeing some good news on the TA horizon and much much more.Thanks to the brilliant people at Indeed for the support.
The Future's So Bright (I Gotta Wear Shades): Integrating Talent Intelligence for Long-Term Talent Acquisition Success In today's rapidly evolving recruitment landscape, Talent Intelligence has emerged as a key component of your talent strategy. While adding this to the growing list of responsibilities for talent leaders, leading companies not only need Talent Intelligence; they also require a dedicated team to distill the data and operate as a key advisor to the business. As you look toward 2024, how can you incorporate this capability into your team? We were joined by special guest Toby Culshaw, who has built the Talent Intelligence function at Amazon Worldwide Stores and previously at Philips. For over 15 years, Toby has been educating organizations on reconfiguring and enhancing their comprehension of talent intelligence and analytics.
This week on Tapod, Craig is forced to fly solo as the Optus outage kept Lauren offline. He sat down with ‘Best Vendor Solution' winners from ITAs2023, Giovanni Ribudiyanto from Allianz & Damian Bridge from Oncore.If you have a contingent workforce you really need to ask yourself 4 questions… Do you easily know how many contractors/contingent workers are in your business? Do you know where they are in your business? Do you know how much they are costing you and do you know if they are fully compliant?If you answered no to any of those questions you should really take a listen. Even if you answered yes give it a go! Thanks to RefApp for your brilliant Support this month.
CREATING A CAREER PATHING FRAMEWORK FOR YOUR TA DEPARTMENT Inspired by a question asked in the online community, we're going to do this conversation on how to build career path & progression framework for Talent Acquisition. A structure of this type is essential for any significant department in business, helping not only create visibility on resourcing gaps but also on how candidates and employees can progress their careers within the business. How many of us have one of these for TA? My guess is, not nearly enough. You will learn: - What is the right size of department to start to build out a career pathing framework? - What models are available and which should you choose? - How to do build the compensation framework? - How do we ensure substantive differentiation between the levels? - How to do keep flat hierarchy? - What is the typical structure which most TA departments use? - Are there any industry standards on this? - How do we implement once a framework has been designed? All this anymore as we learn about How to Create A Career Pathing framework for TA. We're with Annie Jackson, Head of Talent Acquisition (CLEO), Andrea Marston, Senior Director, Global Talent Acquisition (VMWare) & Andreea Lungulescu, Founder (TA Crunch) Ep231 is sponsored by our buddies Greenhouse In today's competitive talent landscape, being people-first is business-first. Greenhouse helps companies adopt a flexible, fair, and efficient approach to hiring. Empower everyone from recruiters to hiring managers to make confident decisions that strengthen your business. Get measurably better at hiring with a data-driven approach. Discover how Greenhouse can help you hire for the kind of business you want to build. Learn more at Greenhouse.com/hire
Transforming TA into a strategic function that can prove its long-term value to the business has been a critical topic on the show this year. AI, uneven talent markets and challenging economic factors continue to cause widespread market disruption, and TA leaders need to drive their function in a more strategic direction. As we race towards 2024, I will continue to seek out strategic thinkers who can share the insights we need to move the industry forward. My guest this week is Marcel Rütten. Marcel is a consultant, author, podcaster, conference organiser and former Global TA Leader who knows what it takes to build a highly strategic TA function. In the interview, we discuss: Talent market trends Proving TA's strategic importance to the C-Suite Aligning TA strategy with business strategy Uncovering the real issues in hiring and retention Tools and technologies Root cause analysis The balance between time, cost and quality Using data to analyse candidate behaviour What impact will generative AI have on talent acquisition What will recruiting look like in 5 years? Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.
The next exclusive Travillian Next episode features John Sotoodeh, Chief Operating Officer of Banc of California, in a one-on-one conversation with Travillian's Dimitris Malisianos of our Banking & Fintech team. We threw everything but the kitchen sink at John in this topical, far-reaching conversation covering topics such as: - Banc of California/PacWest Merger - Deposit Generation - Attracting Top Talent, - Importance of Bank Culture - M&A - Market Outlook - And More! Video Index 00:20 | Introduction of John Sotoodeh 02:12 | Things You Oversee As A COO 03:01 | Banc of California and PacWest 04:09 | What Kind of Talent Banc of California Is Focused On 05:42| Is De-prioritizing Lenders and Production Talent A Trend for Banc of California? 08:43 | How Is Banc of California Attracting Deposits? 11:11 | Best Practices to Avoid Deposit Generation Amidst High Rate Environment 13:12 | Talent Acquisition and Development 17:01 | Developing the Right Culture 19:36 | Are Banks Hiring Right Now? 22:07 | Q3 Earning and In What Direction Banks Are Headed In The Next 6-12 Months 24:22 | Economic Climate For Community Banks 26:47 | Production Lines and How They Will Evolve In The Coming years 28:48 | M&A Activity Trends We Should Look Out For 30:43 | Banking Space in California
Attracting and retaining quality clinical talent will remain a top focus for healthcare leaders in 2024. In this episode of Healthcare Insider, Robert Crowe, founder of Matchwell and executive vice president of per diem and local workforce strategies at Medical Solutions, outlines strategies to better utilize the existing workforce while appealing to new local professionals. He delves into considerations for leveraging AI in the hiring process, meeting candidates' needs and creating a positive workplace culture, starting with recruitment. Listen to the full episode below.
On this episode, host Ryan Dull sits down with Susan Graye, Global Director of Talent Acquisition at Vontier. Susan delves into the strategies and methodologies she employs at Vontier to facilitate effective talent acquisition and foster an inclusive company culture. Key Takeaways: (02:34) Susan's journey from employment agency beginnings to global talent leadership at Vontier.(10:40) Emphasizing the importance of streamlined processes and centralized education resources.(13:06) Prioritize and focus on the most crucial tasks for effective organizational change. (16:41) The importance of collaboration and understanding interdependencies within the HR organization.(18:33) The significance of creating a balance between company needs and employee aspirations. (22:26) The importance of having a voice and making a difference in a professional setting. (24:06) The value of aligning personal and organizational growth, the power of stepping out of one's comfort zone and the need to continually learn and adapt. Resources Mentioned: Susan Graye - https://www.linkedin.com/in/susangraye/ Vontier - https://www.vontier.com Ryan Dull - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-dull-743a8b4/ This episode is brought to you by Sagemark HR. Sagemark HR can help you: ✔ Improve your talent practices and make better, more informed people decisions. After 20+ years of experience leading Recruiting and Talent Acquisition across a wide variety of industries, I've seen enough hires (over 100,000 to date) to know that hiring decisions truly can make or break an organization. ✔ Identify opportunities to not only improve your talent practices, but also deliver tangible business results. We understand every organization is different, and there's no one-size-fits-all magic solution. So we listen first and identify the gaps and sticking points in your current process before ever recommending a solution. ✔ Bridge the gap from “traditional” to modern recruiting, without the painful learning curve. We believe recruiting, talent, and HR technology is a deep well of untapped business potential, and our mission is to help you identify and implement those hiring tools in a way that works for you. If you're interested in learning more, you can reach me at: www.sagemarkhr.com ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org #Talent #Recruiters #Recruiting #HRTech
En este episodio, nos unimos a Miche, Dalit y Avi, parte de nuestro equipo de Talent Acquisition, para explorar la gran "Entrevista Cultural" en el proceso de contratación de Octobot. Nos basamos en su reciente blog post, para discutir qué se espera de los candidatos, cuales son los aspectos clave a evaluar y qué pueden anticipar los aspirantes en esta etapa
In this episode of Talent Takeover Unfiltered, Brianna and Taylor discuss the various ways to achieve happiness and satisfaction at work. With actionable tips, from enjoying music and movement to helping colleagues and tracking personal growth, this episode offers a holistic approach to creating a more positive and fulfilling work environment. As always, Brianna and Taylor's candid and relatable discussion is sure to resonate with many, and their practical advice can help listeners improve their work-life balance, motivation, and overall happiness.We want to hear from you! Connect with us on Instagram at @talent_takeover_unfilteredTo watch this episode, visit The Millionaire Recruiter YouTube channel https://youtu.be/jjnAh-f91oUShop Talent Takeover Unfiltered merch: https://shop.thriversity.io/collections/talent-takeover-unfiltered-merch
This week on the Scoop – your weekly dose of TA & Recruitment News we go all around the world! Medibank trial a 4-day work week… There's acquisition news in the world of Rec-Tech… We'll show you how to lose your bonus… And some positive Recruitment News… finally!Thanks to our fabulous sponsors Indeed for all your support.
This week on Tapod we sit down with the brilliant Sabrina Del Borrello, Head of People of Culture at Bluerock focussing on headcount growth in a scale up. Bluerock has doubled their headcount over the past three years and looking to double again. We talk through growing pains like tech stack, AI, competing for talent, creating a talent community and building internal business cases.It's a fantastic reminder of how internal recruitment should be.Thanks so much to our brand new sponsor for November – RefApp.
Talent Acquisition is in a state of fast-accelerating disruption, and it has never been more critical for TA leaders to demonstrate the strategic value of their function. However, in the current volatile environment, many organisations are still struggling to get the essential elements of recruiting right. So what should TA teams be focusing on to make sure they are fit for purpose in an uncertain future? My guests this week are Kurt Bridge and Christian Le Loux from Macramé Consulting. Kurt and Christian are both highly experienced TA Leaders. They have much advice to share on building the right foundations for talent acquisition and implementing effective data-driven recruiting. In the interview, we discuss: How do TA Teams innovate Fractional leadership and scalability Building a foundation to be strategic Operating models, workflows and experience What is data-driven recruiting? Proving strategic value to the organisation Combating short-termism What will TA look like in the future? Listen to this podcast in Apple Podcasts.
INSPIRATION | Für ein erfolgreiches Unternehmen ist ein kompetentes und produktives Team essentiell. Doch wie findet man eigentlich die Mitarbeiter, die genau zum eigenen Unternehmen passen und sich gegenseitig perfekt ergänzen? Dieser Frage widmet sich die heutige Folge, in der Dir unsere Experten mit ihren Strategien und Erfahrungen die besten Tipps für eine erfolgreiche Talentsuche geben. Du erfährst... …welche grundlegenden Gedanken vor dem eigentlichen Recruiting wichtig sind. …warum definierte Firmenziele für die Talentsuche essentiell sind. …über welche Kanäle die besten Talente zu finden sind. …welche Fehler man vermeiden sollte. …welche Benefits für Mitarbeiter interessant sind. …welche Plattformen die Profis nutzen. …wie man eine Bedarfsanalyse erstellt. …nach welchen Daten man die Effektivität seines Teams bewerten kann. Diese Episode dreht sich schwerpunktmäßig um Selbstoptimierung: Als Macher von digital kompakt hat Joel Kaczmarek das Privileg, regelmäßig interessante, kompetente und innovative Menschen zu treffen. Was er von diesen über die (Digital-)Wirtschaft, Unternehmensführung und Persönlichkeitsoptimierung lernt, teilt er in Folgen wie dieser. __________________________ ||||| PERSONEN |||||
In this episode, hosts John Wilson and Jack Carr discuss the art of recruiting top-tier talent that can help your home service business grow and thrive. The key? Build an organized, sales-like approach for recruiting top-tier talent. Tune in to see just how it's done! The discussion also includes when to bring in Human Resources or a recruitment hire, how to build an appealing business culture for potential hires, methods to identify and close on high-level candidates, and the benefits of consistent hiring practices. Discussion Highlights:The Importance of Recruitment: Discover why recruiting the right talent is crucial for your home service business.Creating a Recruitment Funnel: Learn how to build a robust recruitment pipeline to attract top candidates.Identifying Technician Archetypes: Find out how defining specific technician archetypes can help you better understand your ideal hires.Setting Clear Expectations: Understand why it's essential to set expectations for candidates and align them with your company's culture.The Role of Recruiters: Explore the impact of having dedicated recruiters in your team and how they can improve your hiring process.Selling Your Company: Shift your focus from selling the role to selling the company culture and vision.Red Flags in Hiring: Discover warning signs and red flags when evaluating potential candidates.The Snowball Effect: Understand how hiring the right people can lead to revenue growth and an additive company culture.Episode Hosts:John Wilson: @wilsoncompaniesJack Carr: @thehvacjackSpecial thanks to our sponsor: Service Scalers: Looking to scale your home service business? Service Scalers is a digital marketing agency that drives success in PPC and LSA. Discover more growth strategies by visiting Service Scalers. Don't forget to subscribe!Youtube: @OwnedandOperatedPodcastX: @ownedoperatedcoSPOTIFY | APPLE PODCASTwww.ownedandoperated.comContact us: email@example.com
The A Better HR Business podcast looks at how consultants and tech firms in the broad Human Resources field grow their businesses; and how they help employers get the best out of their people. Today we're joined on the show by Tom Schin, Director, Talent Acquisition & Workforce Services at Alaant Workforce Solutions, a premier agency offering staffing, recruiting, and consulting services. Tom boasts over 15 years of experience in the recruitment industry. He spearheads Alaant's Talent Acquisition Partnerships (TAPs), offering flexible staffing solutions that streamline recruiting efforts and save businesses time and money. Additionally, Tom leads Alaant's recruitment consulting services, helping employers with strategic support and tactical guidance to enhance their hiring processes. He also actively contributes to various professional organizations and holds a CultureTalk Certified Partner certification. In this episode, we'll be diving deep into the world of growing a successful HR business, exploring topics such as the impact of being a bigger brand, the challenges of the 9 to 5 routine, and the importance of side projects. Tom will share insights on policies regarding side projects, employment branding, and the crucial role of self-discovery in personal development. We'll also explore how organizations can attract top talent through effective branding and culture-building efforts. In a wide-ranging discussion, Tom and I talked about: ☑️ The challenges and responsibilities of being a bigger brand. ☑️ Tom's advice for pursuing side projects. ☑️ The role of employment branding in attracting talent. ☑️ How to build and maintain relationships with candidates. ☑️ The importance of transparency in branding efforts. ☑️ How the ‘HR in the Car' podcast fits into the marketing efforts. ☑️ The benefits of effective communication in the workplace. ☑️ Aalant's recipe for growing the business. ☑️ And much more! Thanks, Tom! Website: www.alaant.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/schinnn For show notes and to see details of our previous guests, check out the podcast page here: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Podcast WANT MORE CUSTOMERS OR CLIENTS? Want more clients for your HR-related consultancy or HR Tech business? Check out the HR Business Accelerator: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Services. WANT TO START AN HR BUSINESS? Want to launch your own consulting business in the broad Human Resources sector? Check out: www.GetMoreHRClients.com/Start for resources.
n this episode, Amir Bormadn interviews Suzanne Crettol, Head of Talent Acquisition @ CommerceIQ, about streamlining processes. Suzanne shares her consultative approach to talent acquisition, emphasizing the importance of listening, assessing, and leading appropriately. She discusses her background in retail operations and sales and how it has shaped her perspective on building teams and processes. Tune in to learn more about streamlining processes and the underutilization of ATS. Highlights [00:01:27] Importance of listening in recruitment. [00:06:40] Metrics in talent acquisition. [00:08:10] Building a repeatable process. [00:14:35] Underutilization of ATS. [00:15:31] LinkedIn as a recruiting tool. [00:19:11] Timing and reaching out to candidates. [00:22:05] Always staying ahead in hiring. [00:28:34] Using analytics for recruitment. Guest: Suzanne Crettol is a skilled eCommerce recruitment expert who specializes in connecting exceptional talent with the right career opportunities. She takes a consultative approach by evaluating the individuals' skills, values, interests, and the role and company's requirements to ensure alignment and retention. She currently leads a Global Talent Acquisition team for a high-growth eCommerce SaaS startup. Previously, she owned an Executive Search Firm, where she played a crucial role in recruiting top eCommerce talent across the Consumer Goods industry, including SaaS, manufacturers, agencies, and more. Her exceptional knowledge of Talent Acquisition Strategies and Consumer Goods has earned her a reputation as a go-to consultant for numerous organizations. https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzanne-c/ --- Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Talent Tango, and we would appreciate it if you would take a minute to rate and review us on your favorite podcast player. Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests? Please message me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amirbormand (Amir Bormand)
At ATS you can #owntheseat, not just fill it, shares Dorion Baker, Vice President of Talent Acquisition. ATS features an employee stock ownership plan, plus they've been named a Washington Post Top Workplace winner for each of the past 10 years. Sixty percent of their new hires come through existing employee referrals.“We have hired a lot of people, but 60% of those people are the result of our employee referral program. Sixty percent, which if you do your own research, you'll see industry average is somewhere around 20 to 40%. And if you're doing 40%, you're doing pretty well. But we're really proud to say here at ATS that 60% of our hires are the result of employee referrals. Says a lot about our people, number one. It says a lot about the fact that our employees want people to come to work here with them.”Find show notes and additional links at: https://clearedjobs.net/ats-do-not-just-fill-the-seat-own-the-seat-podcast/
How can data help combat labor shortages? How do we plan for workforce needs and engage our employees in this new world of work? Join us as we unravel these questions with Brittany Schmaling, Principal Data Analyst at Ceridian, and Steve Knox, Leader of Talent Acquisition at Ceridian. Brittany takes us through her innovative work in using de-identified data to understand the nuances of burnout and psychological safety, while Steve shares insights from Ceridian's hiring process and how technology can be harnessed to find the right fit.We move beyond the numbers as we delve into the practical aspects of workforce planning and employee engagement. The desire for office life, the role of work energy, and the importance of transparency all take center stage. We top it off with a look at the ever-evolving recruiting and talent acquisition landscape. It's about changing the game with technology, creating self-serve options for candidates, branding in today's market, and standing up for key rights. Plus, we spotlight how to train our hiring managers to ask and answer questions effectively. Get ready to rethink workforce strategies, energize your hiring process, and shape a thriving team culture.Listen & Subscribe on your favorite platformApple | Spotify | Google | AmazonVisit us at RecruitingDaily for all of your recruiting, sourcing, and HR content.Follow on Twitter @RecruitingDaily Attend one of our #HRTX Events
Cicele van Brenk has instilled her expertise in finding the right talents for your organization in her “Hiring Manager Intake Tracker”. The notebook is your roadmap to stress-free recruitment! Get your copy at https://www.amazon.com/Hiring-Manager-Intake-Tracker-Cicele/dp/B0CFCZF4SP Cicele van Brenk Recruiting Tools for Success City: San Francisco Address: Bay Are Website https://wwww.cicelevanbrenk.com Phone +1 425 213 0969 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, LJ and Rob welcome Brad Heber, Co-Founder of Vetty, the Hiring Acceleration Platform, to discuss the pivotal role of seamless credentialing and onboarding to fast-track revenue and reduce attrition (Ghosts ) The growing demands on talent and onboarding teams hinge on one crucial factor: the candidate's speed of action. Brad shares the ethos around candidate-centric design, the power of tight messaging, & the impact of 10K drug & occupational health clinics at your fingertips. (Hint: It's 33 Hours, even if your candidates live in Boston and ride mass transit). This episode is sponsored by Leap Consulting Solutions. Please don't forget to rate, review, and share the episode on your preferred platform, and stay updated on all podcast news at www.yoepodcast.com. About Brad: Brad Heber is a solution-focused entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Vetty, the groundbreaking Hiring Acceleration Platform. With a passion for redefining the way organizations activate talent, Brad has been at the forefront of innovation in the Staffing and Talent Acquisition space. His expertise in onboarding workflow design, offer-to-active automation, and clinical strategies has made a significant impact on industrial & healthcare staffing. Brad's leadership at Vetty reflects his commitment to revolutionizing the hiring process with modern talent strategies that deliver major ROI
This week on The Scoop – your weekly take on TA & recruitment News we cover heaps! Entitled Gen Zeders… The World is starting to Police AI… ‘Touch-Up Tech'… More Remote, Less Pay and a helluva lot more!Thanks to Indeed for your ongoing support and commitment to real news for the recruitment industry.Link to Indeed Article: http://bit.ly/3sdlHDO
Join Tom Ackerman for a sports-filled hour! First, delve into a conversation with Director Lutz Pfannenstiel from St. Louis City SC, focusing on the team's excitement and readiness for their inaugural playoff game against Sporting KC. Lutz highlights the importance of focus, opponent analysis, and the team's preparedness for this crucial match. Next, in a conversation with John Mozeliak, president of baseball operations for the Cardinals, explore the buzz around St. Louis City SC's playoff game, reflections on the World Series, and Mozeliak's strategy for the team's future. They discuss acquiring talent, roster adjustments, and offseason strategies, along with insights into player consistency and durability. Mozeliak also shares thoughts on the team's direction and potential approaches for the upcoming season.
Tom Ackerman hosts an insightful conversation with John Mozeliak, the president of baseball operations for the Cardinals. In this episode, they discuss the excitement around St. Louis City SC's playoff game, reflections on the World Series, and Mozeliak's approach to the team's future. They delve into the team's goals, focusing on acquiring talent and building a winning roster, emphasizing the importance of consistency and durability in the players. With the offseason approaching, they explore strategies for the upcoming GM meetings and roster adjustments, touching on the challenges and decision-making processes involved in player transactions. Mozeliak also shares thoughts on the team's direction and potential approaches for the upcoming season.
Welcome to Life in the Leadership Lane where I am talking to leaders making a difference in the workplace and in our communities. How did they get to where they are and what are they doing to stay there! Buckle up and get ready to accelerate in the Leadership Lane! This week, I am talking with Craig Fisher, Talent Acquisition Leader at TalentNet Media and Best Selling Author, “Hiring Humans, Attract, Convert, and Retain Top Talent in the Age of Automation”; How did Craig get started in his career? What led Craig to the world of Talent Acquisition and Leadership? When did Craig “find his lane” in his career? What does Craig share about employer and employee brand strategy? What does Craig share about using LinkedIn? What does Craig share about Hiring Humans? What does Craig share about using AI in recruiting? What does Craig share about the 5 to 1 ratio? What does Craig share about a gratitude file? What does Craig share about employees being a voice? What advice does Craig share to help us in our every day? …and more as we spend “Time to Accelerate” with a few more questions. Interview resources: Favorite quote(s) from Craig: “The reality is recruiters are supposed to build relationships and computers can't do that.” Connect with Craig on LinkedIn Learn more about Craig's book: Hiring Humans, Attract, Convert, and Retain Top Talent in the Age of Automation Register for TalentNet Live Conference Check out Bruce's books Life in the Leadership Lane; Moving Leaders to Inspire and Change the Workplace Find Your Lane; Change your GPS, Change your Career (“Book Authority” Best Books) Milemarkers; A 5 Year Journey …helping you record daily highlights to keep you on track. Subscribe to Bruce's Blog “Move to Inspire” Connect with Bruce on LinkedIn Connect with Bruce on Twitter Connect with Bruce on Instagram Connect with Bruce on Facebook Get relocation support for your next household goods or commercial office move across the US by reaching out to Bruce at mailto:email@example.com or visit The Armstrong Company
In today's episode, we are thrilled to have Whitney Kroneberger, a dedicated Life Coach for Christian Female Entrepreneurs, join us to delve deep into the realms of self-discovery, mindful entrepreneurship, and finding the elusive soul rest amidst the hustle. Whitney's unique coaching approach has been a beacon of light for many entrepreneurs facing burnout, loneliness, and shame. Through her Mastermind program, The Well, she's creating a nurturing community that empowers Christian women entrepreneurs to tread the path of self-awareness, overcoming shame, and confidently stepping into their purpose. Our conversation takes a reflective turn as Whitney elaborates on the importance of understanding one's identity as a Christian Female Entrepreneur. She introduces us to the concept of ‘boundaries of the mind' and how establishing them is a cornerstone in achieving true soul rest. Whitney deciphers the shame cycle and the deterrent it poses on fulfilling one's divine assignment. Our discussion further navigates through the essence of soul rest and why it extends beyond mere physical rest. As someone who has transitioned from a dream career in Talent Acquisition to finding her calling in life coaching, Whitney shares her insightful journey and how it has shaped her perspective in aiding others to find joy in the life they've built while scaling their businesses. The episode is peppered with Whitney's wisdom on how community, group coaching, and masterminds like The Well can act as catalysts in mitigating burnout and fostering a supportive environment for ambitious Christian female Entrepreneurs. Whitney's passion resonates through her podcast, The Original Female Entrepreneur, where she explores the biblical essence of entrepreneurship drawing parallels with the Proverbs 31 woman. Today, she brings that passion to our show, providing a blend of spiritual insight and practical advice on curating soul rest, making confident decisions, and understanding the dichotomy between one's purpose and assignment. Join us in this soul-stirring episode as we, along with Whitney, explore the landscape of mindful entrepreneurship and the pursuit of a fulfilling, balanced life. To connect with Whitney and learn more about her visit her website: https://www.whitneykroneberger.com. Discover a community that encourages vulnerability, celebrates individuality, and nurtures spiritual and entrepreneurial growth. Disclaimer: Not advice. Educational purposes only. Not an endorsement for or against. Results not vetted. Views of the guests do not represent those of the host or show. Do your due diligence. Click here to join PodMatch (the "AirBNB" of Podcasting): https://www.joinpodmatch.com/drchrisloomdphd We couldn't do it without the support of our listeners. To help support the show: CashApp- https://cash.app/$drchrisloomdphd Venmo- https://account.venmo.com/u/Chris-Loo-4 Buy Me a Coffee- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chrisJx Thank you to our sponsor, CityVest: https://bit.ly/37AOgkp Click here to schedule a 1-on-1 private coaching call: https://www.drchrisloomdphd.com/book-online Click here to purchase my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaQn4p Follow our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/chL1357 Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drchrisloomdphd Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thereal_drchrisloo Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drchrisloomddphd Follow the podcast on Spotify: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christopher-loo Thank you to our advertisers on Spotify. Financial Freedom for Physicians, Copyright 2023
Amy welcomes Marquis McCraw, the Vice President of Talent Acquisition of Easterseals of Southern California, to the Including You podcast to discuss process improvement. Connect with Marquis on LinkedIn. https://bit.ly/40eRIrF Including You is brought to you by Lead at Any Level. Learn more about them on their website. http://bit.ly/2lPvOMM Learn more about Pfizer on their website. https://bit.ly/2TTtZiZ Listen to Pfizer's "Science Will Win" podcast. https://bit.ly/3u3uoxW
Join host James Mackey and his guest, Andrew Blevins - Head of Talent Acquisition at Cyberhaven, for an insightful discussion on talent acquisition strategies in today's volatile job market. Gain valuable insights into hiring plans, budgeting, and agency support during uncertain times, and learn how to tackle talent acquisition challenges as your organization scales. Additionally, find out why data hygiene is a crucial factor in making efficient hiring decisions, and how prioritizing people can lead to success during periods of rapid growth. 0:50 Andrew Blevins's background 2:24 Managing talent acquisition in a volatile market10:03 Leveraging technology in recruiting during a downturn24:23 Talent acquisition phases and challenges at scale Thank you to our sponsor, SecureVision, for making this show possible! Our host James Mackey Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
In this episode of In The Club Podcast by Club Colors, Brandon Murphy, the Director of Business Development for Lucas James Talent Partners, shares his insights on building a company that values flexibility, culture, and accountability. Discover how to navigate uncertain economic conditions and create a work-life balance that empowers both employees and clients. Brandon is also in the seat for The Hot Iron with JMO with fun rapid fire questions. Whether you're a business leader or someone looking to make a career change, this episode offers valuable lessons for success.KEY TAKEAWAYSPrioritize flexibility and adaptability in your business to navigate uncertain economic conditions effectively.Create a company culture that values work-life balance, freedom, and accountability for employees.Building career paths for your team members is essential for long-term success.The importance of listening, empathy, and understanding your client's true needs in sales.The significance of treating others with respect and making them feel valued in professional relationships.QUOTES"We make sense when it's uncertain.""We work to live, but we want to live.""Nobody cares how smart you are, but they'll never forget how you make them feel.""Purpose over product.""We're not just going to take it on."Connect and learn more about Brandon through the link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-murphy-034646b/If you enjoyed this episode of In the Club Podcast with Club Colors, please leave us a review on your favorite podcasting platform!Club Colors: https://www.clubcolors.com/
Episode Notes In HR, there's something unsettling about the pairing of the words “talent automation.” And yet the term is one of many representing the current paradigm shift that talent acquisition and management teams currently face — extending far beyond mere application processing. On this episode of Talent Experience Live, Philip Morris International's Rob Cohen, Manager Process Owner, Talent Acquisition will discuss talent automation as a multifaceted solution to meet growing hiring and retention demands efficiently and at scale. By expanding the scope of AI applications beyond the conventional, learn how organizations can optimize their talent processes and cultivate a candidate and employee centric approach that values the human touch. Get notified for all upcoming TXL episodes here: https://www.phenom.com/talent-experience-live
The business of recruitment has changed dramatically in the last few years. The talent pool has shifted, and inevitably the employers must shift as well. David Fisher, Director of Talent Acquisition at 84 Lumber, joins us to share how they foster a company culture that retains and attracts talent. Today we talk about the difference between jobs and careers, and how to innovate in a field that can determine the success of a business. Show highlights include: 2:10 Starting out in sports management 4:50 Getting into 84 Lumber 6:00 Why recruiting? 8:00 Creating the job description and developing recruitment 10:00 Borrowing from sports management and growing into the role 11:20 What does recruiting mean today? 12:50 What are candidates looking for? 14:25 Communicating the mission and the vision 17:25 How to build and amplify culture? 19:04 Fostering the right environment 20:45 Getting the story of 84 Lumber out in the world 25:00 How to make trainees want to stay 27:13 What's the next innovation for attracting talent? 29:56 Changes in the workforce 31:30 What's coming up next? 32:35 How to get in touch You can learn more about David at https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-fisher-168142223 or apply to 84 Lumber at https://www.84lumber.com/careers Social media: LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/company/84-lumber/mycompany/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/84lumber Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/84lumber/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/84LumberNews Youtube- https://www.youtube.com/user/84lumbervideos Tiktok - https://www.tiktok.com/@84lumbercompany Or hit us up through our Contact Page at https://buildernuggets.com and we'll make a personal introduction. To get the most out of this podcast, head over to https://buildernuggets.com and join our active community of like-minded builders and remodelers.
In this episode, Marcia Zaruba O'Connor, CEO and Founder of The O'Connor Group and Nelson Tepfer, CEO of ProCFO Partners, join us to explore the pivotal interplay between Human Resources and the CFO's role in modern business dynamics. Our conversation is wide-reaching and impactful as we explore how company culture isn't merely aspirational—it's intrinsically tied to operational success and efficacy. We discuss the challenges and opportunities hybrid and remote work models present, the significance of deeply understanding client needs, and cover how a diversified team skillset can be a strategic advantage. This episode is like being in the room with two business experts and offers valuable insights into the synergies created when HR and CFOs collaborate to move businesses forward. Featuring Marcia Zaruba O'Connor and Nelson TepferCreate The Next is delivered to you from ProCFO Partners. Every week, we explore strategies and ideas for financial management and growth to help today's businesses put their financial picture in context. ProCFO Partners are expert financial officers networked across industries, verticals, specializations and situations. Fulfilling the role of a part-time CFO with all-time commitment, ProCFO Partners utilizes the innovative and exclusive FGC Financial Flywheel as a framework that creates momentum to drive your financial functions for sustainable success. Visit procfopartners.com to explore how we can implement a systematic and scalable financial system to help you achieve your goal.
New from "The Dish," we sit down with Megan Keller, NRO's Chief of Talent Acquisition and Development to explore a career in human resources and how to launch your own future at NRO. Topics include NRO benefits, navigating the application and onboarding process, and how you can be a part of the mission.
Jeremie Brecheisen is the Managing Director of Gallup's CHRO Roundtable, where he advises executives and senior leaders on their culture and performance. He is an experienced public speaker, having presented at many public conferences in the fields of HR, Technology, and FinTech, among others. Overall, he has served as a keynote speaker at international conventions with audiences of over 30,000 and live-streaming audiences of more than 10,000 people. In this episode, we talked about human resources, talent acquisition, leadership…
When you go to bed on a Sunday night, not bummed that there is work tomorrow, you know you've got a job you love! My guest today is the Managing Director of Talent Acquisition at Southwest Airlines, Greg Muccio. He's been there for over 22 years and is passionate about his job, his team, and the programs and people involved. In our conversation today, Greg talks about his experience as a long-time Southwest Airlines employee, what motivated him over the years to stay, and the aspects of the job he loves even today. He shares an overview of the distinctive talent acquisition challenges faced by Southwest and talks about current hiring trends and the appetite for open roles. He elaborates on their Destination 225° (D-225) program before expressing the significance of uncovering new talent that Southwest does not currently possess. Make sure to tune into this episode to hear more about how Greg conceptualizes the talent department within Southwest and how he implements long-term tactical approaches to talent acquisition. Key Points From This Episode: Greg's thoughts and experience as a long-time employee at Southwest Airlines. Across the years, the reasons that motivated Greg to stay. The qualities of his team that make it worthwhile to stay. Greg paints a broad stroke of the unique talent-sourcing challenges at Southwest. Current hiring trends and the appetite for open roles; from a labor workforce point of view. More jobs than people: what's happening? Southwest's approach to attitudes that are not one-to-one with the open roles. Their steadfastness to anchor onto stability at Southwest. He expresses his fondness for his team and their work efforts and dedication. Greg talks more about his team and the scope of the talent operation. He talks more about the D-225 program (Destination 225°) at Southwest. The essentiality of discovering new talent that is not yet present at Southwest. Mix-and-matching and the total talent approach. How Greg conceptualizes the talent department within the organization. Why you need to be thinking of long-term tactical approaches. Quotes: “To be at a place like Southwest that has a great history of taking care of their people, it's a fun job!” — Greg Muccio [0:01:46] “Being in TA right now [is] hard work. You've got to show up and you've got to be ready to work hard.” — Greg Muccio [0:10:26] “If we are going to make it. If we are going to have the right kind of talent, we will have to uncover new pools of talent that exist in Southwest today.” — Greg Muccio [0:19:29] “At Southwest, we want a representative of our brand and that culture and those kinds of things because that's what makes people come back and fly with us again, and again, and again, it's our people.” — Greg Muccio [0:26:19] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Greg Muccio on LinkedIn Southwest Airlines Talk Talent to Me Hired
In this bonus Q&A interview with Fredrick, he shares:His proudest moment and biggest failure in his career so farA trend that he is following in Talent Development right nowThe biggest challenge he sees in Talent Development todayBooks that have made a big impact on his lifeOne piece of career advice he has for youFredrick A. Scott is the VP, Early in Career Recruiting and Talent Acquisition & Talent Development DEI at ServiceNow. After serving as a D&I subject matter expert during formative years, building strategies that led to hiring nearly 20,000 people, coaching professionals to reach their apex rank, facilitating the dynamic D&I transformation of a Consulting business, and creating fair and equitable hiring practices, Fredrick joined the mission to make work better for people.Connect with Andy Storch here:WebsiteLinkedInJoin us in the Talent Development Think Tank Community!Connect with Fredrick A. Scott:LinkedIn