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46. Make recruiting teams more strategic by changing the KPIs. Taylor Roa, Director of Talent @Wistia.

Subscribe here:👉 Apple.👉 Spotify. 👉 Deezer.About this episode : Why are many recruiters trapped into hiring as many people, as fast as possible, again and again? Maybe...

45. You should build a recruiting culture early on. Matt Stephenson, Operating Partner @ Human Capital

Building a culture of recruiting early on in your company is critical.Miss that step and everything will get harder as the company grow:-harder to hire top performers....

44. Content creation in recruiting: the definitive framework. Matěj Matolín, employer Branding Strategist @HustáKomunikejšn.

I often see recruiters addressing recruiting content like this:-a video by there-occasionally an article-possibly a LinkedIn post. All a bit random (and me the first!)...

43. Search is dead. Or is it? Balazs Paroczay, CEO @The Source Code Agency.

Everybody talks about search in sourcing: Booleans, X-Rays etc. But finding candidates is not as valuable as 10 years ago. Because now almost everybody is on LinkedIn....

42. Building the Financial Time’s tech employer brand. Christine Ng, Head of Talent and Media @Quantum Motion.

Christine had a very interesting challenged: engineer the Financial Times’s tech employer brand. Of course the FT is famous around the globe for its business publicati...

41. Personalization at scale in recruiting. Jonas Waloschek, Senior Technical Recruiter @MANTA, ex @McKinsey.

« Recruiters should personalize their messages to candidates to increase their reply rates.”Ok. But what if we can’t personalize because we have to send messages to hu...

40. How to be a coach to your recruiting team. Chris Ahsing, Head of Support Recruiting @Plaid.

Yelling at your recruiting team “be better” will never make them better.Having a right-minded coach above them, will.I’ve been wanting to do an episode on this topic f...

39. How to win candidates in a competitive market, with Troy Sultan, CEO @ Guide

The baseline experience for candidates is terrible - most companies don't really prioritize improving it. That's a blessing for companies who do, because a very small ...

38. How to create a structured interview process, with Adam Redlich, VP Talent Acquisition @Octane

“In recruiting, trust your gut”. Bullshit. Any recruiter worth his salt knows that it’s the best way to fall into every possible bias. Doing structured interviews is a...

37. How to build a thriving & strategic sourcing team, with Garrett Lewis, tech sourcing lead at Grammarly.

Too many companies believe sourcing is an entry-level job. This is the worst way to look at a very critical function. Sourcing is NOT an entry-level job for recruiters...

36. DE&I strategies for companies below 200 people, with Claudia Colvin, People & Talent @ HappyScribe.

In that episode, we decided to address the specific challenge of DE&I in companies below 200 people.Step by step, the challenge increases. Here's Claudia advice for co...

35. How to reach 10% of hires coming from nurtured candidates, with Lance Sapera, VP Talent Acquisition @ Talend.

I’m convinced that nurturing your past candidates to finally hire them is a powerful strategy.  And Lance Sapera is as convinced as I am. He is so much in favor of pas...

34. Improve conversion rates and candidates experience with a thorough preparation & debrief process, with Larry Anderson, Senior Recruiter @ connectRN.

In this episode, I welcome Larry Anderson, Senior Recruiter at connect RN.  Larry reveals to me how to greatly improve your conversion rate and candidate satisfaction ...

33. How to run a great discovery process with the hiring manager AND the candidate, with James Donovan, Talent Acquisition @ Rokt.

Discovery is key in the recruiting process. A good discovery will save so much time later during the recruiting process, help you increase your closing rate and intern...

32. How to retain your employee thanks to strong, unique and no bullshit company values, with Mike “Batman” Cohen, CEO @Wayne Tech.

In this episode, we talk with Mike Cohen, CEO at Wayne Tech, about employee retention.   And you’ll see that Mike is brutally honest. Mike talks a lot about it’s own c...

31. How to create intrinsic motivation & purpose in Talent Acquisition teams, with Mawulom Nenonene, Senior Talent and HR Advisor @Point.

Talent acquisition is hard: you get overwhelmed with tons of notifications, open hundreds of Chrome tabs, send dozen of outreach messages.   And sometimes get no reply...

30. How to build an employee referral program, with Nasser Oudjidane, CEO @ Intrro.

I get questions about employee referral programs all the time:  -What’s a good target for our referral program? 15% of hires? 25%? 35%? 55%? -What should be the reward...

29. How to be the first recruiter in a startup, with Shannon Toomey, Senior Manager, Recruiting @Descript.

For episode 6 of my podcast “A-players”, I received Shannon Toomey, who explained to me how to be a good first recruiter in a startup.  Shannon was a Senior Tech Recru...

28. How to deal with politics in the workplace, with Hung Lee, creator of Recruiting Brainfood.

Having Hung on my podcast was a dream come true. I'm a personal big fan of all his content, from Recruiting Brainfood to This Week in Recruiting (links below). For our...

27. How to do an effective recruting capacity planning, with Emil Yeargin, VP Talent @Gusto.

Prior to being VP of Talent at Gusto, Emil was a recruiter in a recruitment agency, and an in-house recruiter for Zenefits, Okta or Lyft.   And his mission today at Gu...

26. Supercharge your career as a recruiter, with Ginny Cheng, Global Head of Talent @Oura Ring.

A lot of people enter the world of recruiting by accident, then develop a passion for it and go on to have exceptional careers as recruiters.  This is the case of Ginn...

25. How to reach a 92% closing rate, with Jose Guardado, co-founder @Build Talent.

Closing candidates is an art & science.   It’s one of the biggest-leverage activities in recruiting - get better at closing and everything else just falls into place. ...

24. How to build a recruiting team from 1 to 50 people, with Jeff Winter, Senior Director of Talent @Chime.

Chime is a leading fintech of 1,500+ people, they raised $2.3B in total funding since their seed round in 2013, 3.7M users, they’re now valued at $25Bn after Forbes. H...

23. Create a radically candid environment where A Players can thrive, with Kim Scott, Author @ Radical Candor.

Hiring is but the beginning - now you've built that team of A-Players, you need to create the perfect ecosystem for them to thrive. Learn how to get, give and encourag...

22. Climb the Hiring Maturity curve, with Jon Stross, co-founder @Greenhouse.

Jon Stross is co-founder at Greenhouse, a leading Applicant Tracking System that built a very interesting framework: the Hiring Maturity Curve. 4 stages (Chaotic, Inco...

21. How your recruiter and candidate experience will change next year, with Sultan Murad Saidov @Beamery.

Sultan is co-founder at Beamery, which they launched in 2016, having started working on the problems and space in 2012 at the tail end of the financial crisis. Now in ...

20. The story of Reddit and its founding engineer-turned-CTO, with Rocki Howard, Chief Diversity Officer @ Smart Recruiters.

Chris' story is intertwined with Reddit's. From its early days in 2005 to its sale to Condé Nast Publications in 2006 to the come back of the founding team in 2016. Li...

19. 5 Things That May Be Preventing You from Hiring Diverse A-Players, with Rocki Howard, Chief Diversity Officer @ Smart Recruiters.

Rocki knows the recruiting field in & out and she's now the Chief Diversity Officer at a leading Talent Acquisition Software. She has a very clear view on why to impro...

18. Use LinkedIn beyond inMails and job postings, with Madeline Mann @ Self-Made Millenial.

LinkedIn's the #1 tool in any recruiter toolkit - for a reason. Yet most of us are only scratching the surface and wondering how to dive deeper.In this episode, Madeli...

17. From 0 to 1,000 customers in 12 months, with Alex Bouaziz, CEO @ Deel.

Deel raised a total of $50M from tier-1 VCs in less than 18 months after inception to build a payroll company for distributed workers. This is their story, his view on...

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