Successful companies have learned that quick feedback is not the only necessity for success but also most powerful when it’s brutally honest. This combination is what makes the recruiting feedback loop a powerful competitive edge. Continue reading Why Radical Candor is Important in the Recruiting Process
The recruiting feedback loop is a vital component in success. It must be as quick and efficient as possible to ensure the process allows you to make the first move on the most qualified candidates. When you place feedback requirements and deadlines, you will begin to notice slight efficiencies early on Continue reading Recruiters: Do you want quicker feedback on candidates? Identify a Sprint Owner
The recruiting industry has been forced to transform and evolve with accelerants like the pandemic and all of the economic surprises as of late.
I recently spent time with HackingHR on what it takes to be a successful HR/Recruiting leader.
Read about my top four traits of a successful recruiting leader. Continue reading The 4 Traits of a Successful Recruiting Leader
One of the first questions I get asked by someone who reads my book, Sprint Recruiting, is how to begin measuring iterative productivity during the sprint. They get how to add points to the positions to determine priority and once they go through two or three sprints, they begin to understand how the process works. … Continue reading How to Track Performance and Measure Iterative PRODUCTIVITY in Recruiting
The AGILE methodology has been around for a while in the software and product development space but has begun transcending into other aspects of business. The AGILE principles were part of the inspiration of Sprint Recruiting. The very first principle of AGILE has helped enhanced organization’s ability to iterate during the sprint and is one … Continue reading How the #1 Principle in AGILE can enhance recruiting
Earlier this week, I had the chance to sit down with Kris Dunne for an interview to talk about all things Talent Acquisition. Kris is a fantastic interviewer and asked some great questions during our interview. His rapid fire questions included one movie that reminds me of Talent Acquisition. My favorite movie that describes a … Continue reading What movie best describes a successful Recruiting Organization?
Any successful recruiter is good at three things: identifying prospects, manage a pipeline, and manage clients’ expectations. As a talent leader, your job is to develop and execute a recruiting strategy leveraging these three to deliver talent to the organization. Most talent leaders find themselves putting out fires and reacting to whatever crisis arrives during the day. Believe it or not, there is a way to supercharge your Talent Acquisition Strategy. Continue reading How to supercharge your Talent Acquisition Strategy
Managers love to call me and complain about their open roles not being filled quick enough by recruiters. Of course, my job is to ensure all of my clients are happy but about 80% of the time, the obstacle to filling the job is not the shortage of talent or the lack of talent but … Continue reading Hiring Managers, Why it’s Important to Provide Quick Feedback on Candidates
If you find yourself working tirelessly to attract and retain the top talent in your industry, you are not alone. Without an efficient process with checks and balances, organizations look more chaotic mayhem than finely tuned machines. A large part of the dysfunction starts with the lack of efficiency in what is known as traditional recruiting. Continue reading Here’s the problem with Recruiting
Most recruiting organizations will establish a Service Level Agreement (SLA) with their clients but it is only one-way. It outlines the expectations the client or hiring manager can expect from them regarding feedback on the search, number of candidates to be presented, etc. One of the four principles of Sprint Recruiting, “Feedback drives Progress”, was … Continue reading Create a Feedback SLA in your Recruiting Processes