How to supercharge your Talent Acquisition Strategy

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

How Prioritization and WIP Limits Work Together in Sprint Recruiting

I recently shared one of our team’s success tips in a post on how to use blocks of time to launch a recruiting strategy. Time blocking in recruiting is a great tool but you may wonder when you’ll have the time to actually plan your activities. This is one of the key benefits of prioritization and WIP limits in recruiting. They allow you to quickly review your workload and identify how to organize your sprint to be successful. Continue reading How Prioritization and WIP Limits Work Together in Sprint Recruiting

What Recruiting can learn from Netflix on the importance of the Feedback Loop

Learning from Netflix: The feedback loop in the recruiting process is equally as important. It must be as quick and efficient as possible to ensure the sprint is successful. When you place feedback requirements and deadlines, you will begin to notice slight efficiencies early on. It’s when both the recruiter and the hiring manager solidify their partnership and commitment to achieving success in the sprint that the fun really starts. Continue reading What Recruiting can learn from Netflix on the importance of the Feedback Loop

How COVID19 changed our Candidate Experience and Diversity Strategy

Candidate experience and Diversity Recruiting are two areas I obsess over in my role. These two areas can dramatically affect the brand image as well as the level of talent brought to any organization. As COVID19 continues to affect all areas of recruiting, I’ve been intrigued with how it has forced us to revisit how we can impact both the candidate experience and diversity recruiting in a positive way. Continue reading How COVID19 changed our Candidate Experience and Diversity Strategy

When you bite off more than you can chew-Working in Sprints

Recruiters are notorious for believing they can conquer the world then complaining because they are overwhelmed. Sprint Recruiting has taught my team and me how to be more successful and efficient by leveraging two week sprints. There are a ton of efficiencies to be realized when you focus on what you can and cannot conquer. Continue reading When you bite off more than you can chew-Working in Sprints

The 2020 Workforce: It’s time to Rethink, Reskill and Redeploy

The true competitors in 2020 have taken an offensive strategy by reinvesting in the talent they already have. Industry giants like AT&T, Amazon and Walmart recognize the threat the technology revolution has created in the 2020 talent landscape but have turned it into an opportunity. If you want to get ahead of the “War for Talent” in 2020, it’s time for you to rethink, reskill and redeploy your employees. Continue reading The 2020 Workforce: It’s time to Rethink, Reskill and Redeploy

Most Read Recruiting Blog Posts of 2019

I cannot believe 2020 is only two weeks away! Professionally, year has been a year of transformation for my group as we rolled Sprint Recruiting out to the entire organization. As an industry, we’ve seen a lot of hype about AI in Talent Acquisition and other analytic-based solutions showcased in the market. This post will be a roundup of the most read recruiting blog posts of 2019. Continue reading Most Read Recruiting Blog Posts of 2019