Sourcing School Podcast
On the Sourcing School Podcast, Brian Fink & Ryan Leary discuss sourcing tools, news, need-to-knows, need-to-use, and a whole lot more. Get your learning pants on, class is in session.
In today’s episode of Sourcing School, Hakimu Davidson takes Ryan Leary and Brian Fink for a heavy-duty workout: Coach 'em up! This is all about putting your candidates in a position to succeed.
Hakimu is a senior contract recruiter for IQTalent Partners. He is a recruiting leader with a background in corporate finance and skills in financial modeling, pricing, marketing, full life-cycle recruiting and coaching and leadership.
In Today’s Podcast
We discuss how to prepare your candidates and put them in the best position to succeed. As recruiters, it's certainly an option, but on some level a responsibility to give them the information and the tools they need to walk into an interview and walk out with a job offer.
A few tips we’ll cover:
- How to create trust with the candidate
- Ensuring that you understand the hiring manager's expectations
- Effectively and kindly communicating company fit with the candidate, especially when they don't fit
There's a whole lot more! Too much to list here, so please listen in and leave your thoughts in the comments!
The RecruitingDaily Podcast
A series of conversations and interviews with thought leaders and practitioners. Each episode, the topic digs into the biggest challenges faced in HR, recruiting, and the latest technology innovations you should know about.
Today we have guest and long-time friend and contributor Phil Strazzulla on to answer the question: how should HR/TA practitioners purchase software?
Phil, founder of Select Software Reviews, is an entrepreneur focused on helping advance recruiting, people and human resources functions by sharing knowledge and building communities. He is also the founder and CEO of NextWave Hire and was formerly a VC at Bessemer Venture Partners before getting his MBA from Harvard Business School.
Select Software Reviews, as self-proclaimed, is a group of “HR tech nerds who spend all day long understanding the landscape of ATSs, payroll providers, employee software, AI and much more.” They research products with a mission to save you time and energy, offering vetted shortlists of vendors, pricing, budgeting tips and more before you dive into the commitment of purchasing HR tools.
A few things we talk about today: How should a practitioner view software that’s being pitched to them? What “red flags” should a practitioner look for to avoid bad decisions? If there were an ideal pitch process, what would it look like?
The Use Case Podcast
William Tincup discusses with guests how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing their technology. Each episode is designed to inspire new ways and ideas to make your business better.
Mark is an expert in all things technical screening and recruiting. His passion for empowering recruiters to conduct documented detailed technical interviews regardless of their own technical skillset really comes through during the podcast.
Displaying all episodes in chronological order (newest first):
How should HR/TA practitioners purchase software? Join Phil Strazzulla and William Tincup as they discuss the processes and evaluation behind a smart tech purchase.
Mark Knowlton and William Tincup discuss TechScreen’s new 4.0 product which allows any non-technical recruiter to internalize, understand and utilize information for hiring and qualification purposes.
Mark Knowlton and William Tincup discuss the inner workings of the game of technical screening. What challenges, processes, communications are recruiting teams working with and more.
Steven Bartel joins William Tincup to discuss Gem – the all-in-one recruiting platform that enables teams to find, engage and nurture your top talent.
McKinsey & Company and Lean In.Org: Findings From The 2021 Women In The Workplace Study With Jess Huang And Archana Gilravi
Women in the Workplace is the most extensive study on the case of women in corporate America. William Tincup joins Jess Huang and Archana Gilravi to discuss the 2021 findings.
Continuum is a purpose-built marketplace created to deliver maximum value without compromising security and privacy. Nolan Church and William Tincup discuss the use case or business case for purchasing this executive recruiting platform.
Tanya Janson, CMO and co-founder of beqom, joins William Tincup to talk about how to strategically leverage compensation to take on the rewards challenges of today and tomorrow.
Dr. Rolf Illenberger and William Tincup talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing VRdirect, a platform that enables enterprises to create use case-driven virtual reality solutions.
William Tincup and Liz Crilley, Apiary Life, discuss divorce, empathy and how to be an employer who shows up compassionately when your employees are experiencing a crisis.
William Tincup speaks with Trung Tran, founder & CEO of Amplio, a platform designed to support people in making better decisions, specifically by assisting with data analysis to help employers and employees avoid burnout.
Todd Bavol, CEO and co-founder of Integrity Staffing, speaks with William Tincup about TLC for your employees and the benefits it brings.
Nathan Rawlins, CMO of Lucid Software, speaks with William Tincup about this end-to-end visual collaboration suite that uses a shared visual language to clearly define roles, responsibilities and processes.
Thanh Nguyen, founder of OpenComp, and William Tincup discuss how the platform empowers high-growth companies, helping to solve the problems around pay with trusted market data, planning, analytics and professional consultation in a single, simple hub.
Andrew Gobran, people operations generalist at Doist, joins William Tincup to speak about the concept of prioritizing mental health by granting 52 days off to disconnect.
Ekow Sanni-Thomas and William Tincup talk about how practitioners make the use case for purchasing inside voices, a platform that allows employees to leave anonymous feedback specifically on matters of DEIB.