In a candidate-driven market, jobseekers rule the hiring process and if yours is taking too long, top talent will turn to the competition to get employed faster. John Sullivan PhD and Professor of Management at San Francisco State University discussed the need for speed at RecruitCon in May of 2019. He shared with the audience … Continue reading Speed-It’s either your strength or your weakness in Recruiting
A recruiting sprint is a structured, time-bound process for quickly filling open positions. The sprint process is designed to be nimble and flexible, so it can be adapted to the specific needs of each organization. The sprint begins with a kickoff meeting, where the team establishes the goal of the sprint and identify which roles … Continue reading How Recruiting Sprints Work
If you’re a recruiting leader, you know that the landscape is constantly changing. And 2023 will be no different. The best way to stay ahead of the game is to have the right data at your emails.
There are four trends that will continue to transform and evolve recruiting in 2023:
☑️ Candidates will continue to be in the driver’s seat
☑️ The talent shortage will get worse before it gets better
☑️ AI and machine learning will become more prevalent
☑️ The search for top talent will intensify
Want to know what the top trends are? Read my thoughts here.👇 Continue reading 4 Data Trends in Recruiting in 2023
A competitive job offer is not the only thing that matters to candidates. Here are three additional benefits for to offer and remain competitive Continue reading 3 Things to Offer Besides More Money
Whether it be team meetings, meetings about meetings, meetings to prepare for upcoming meetings, or marathon conference calls, the work landscape is littered with meetings. Most meetings consist of agendas, warring parties vying for power or influence, or misguided attempts to justify someone’s salary. So how are these meetings like NASCAR? Continue reading What do most meetings and a NASCAR race have in common?
Running a recruiting organization without a proper dashboard is like flying a plane without the proper control panel. Flying blind is not how you want to manage your team and they deserve better than that. A great recruiting leader is made better when they have access to the right metrics, at the right time, for the right discussion. Continue reading What should be on a Recruiting Dashboard
If you make these small changes in how you conduct, prepare for, and honor the time with your team, I promise you will see significant changes. There will be more engagement, production and team satisfaction when the leader begins setting the tone for what’s really important in this thing we call WORK. Continue reading The #1 Meeting most Recruiting Leaders get WRONG
If you are a TikTok fan, you’re probably familiar with the dancing baseball team the Savannah Bananas. They have gone viral with their choreography to modern hits while they play the game. Batters have to keep their focus on the pitcher while he and the team performs, waiting for the unsuspecting pitch to be thrown. … Continue reading The Secret to Candidate Experience-Create Raving Fans
Go big or go small? That’s a question I get a lot when consulting talent organizations. Many teams working for large organizations are layered and have huge numbers of recruiters. In my experience, smaller, tactical teams usually win more often than large. Here’s why smaller teams have more benefits than their counterpart. The key benefits … Continue reading Large vs Small Tactical Recruiting Teams… which is better?
Change management is one of the key skill sets of any leader. Talent leaders have been forced to change at an alarming rate since 2020 to remain competitive. If you find yourself in the midst of charging toward a major change, be prepared. Members of your team may become the biggest opponent you face. Netflix … Continue reading The First Step in Change Management for Recruiting Leaders