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Ep 190: Building A Disruption Mindset

The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

Release Date: 05/31/2019

Ep 216: Employer Brand Storytelling Strategy show art Ep 216: Employer Brand Storytelling Strategy

The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

Contact: matt@metashift.co.uk Employer Brand storytelling is a crucial topic for me, and it has been great to see an increase in the number of employers using the power of stories over the last 18 months. However realising the true potential of storytelling is only possible by understanding the science behind it and having proper strategies in place for audience segmentation, messaging, medium, format and distribution. My guest this week is someone who will genuinely accelerate your understanding of how to get results using stories. Miki Johnson is the co-founder of Job Portraits, a San...

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The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

A couple of weeks back, I had the great pleasure of attending the TA Tech North America event in Austin, Texas. There were some great content and discussions which explored the current and future state of talent acquisition technology. In this week's show, I have four interviews to give you a flavour of the key topics at the event. Firstly I interview: • Terry Baker from Pandologic about the TA Tech Stack research and the disconnect between employers and vendors. • George Larocque from HRWins about the amount of investment in talent acquisition technology in 2019 • Jessica Miller-Merrell...

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The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

Contact - matt@metashift.co.uk Work is changing. Jobs are changing. Is recruiting changing quickly enough to keep up? The demand for new mixes of skills and ever-shortening tenure means that recruiting needs to be extremely flexible and work faster than it ever has before. My guest this week is Nikos Moraitakis, CEO of Workable. Workable work with 20,000 companies across 100 countries which means Nikos has some fascinating insights to share on the current and future state of recruiting. In the interview, we discuss: • How work and jobs are changing and the implications for talent acquisition...

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The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

Building a workplace that is inclusive for neurodivergent people is something every employer should be doing. However, there is still widespread ignorance about neurodiversity and relatively little discussion about it in our industry. My guest this week is Theo Smith, recruitment manager at The National Institute for Healthcare Excellence. Theo draws on personal experience and some in-depth research to share his insights into how and why companies should attract, include and retain a more neurodivergent workforce. In the interview, we discuss: • What is neurodiversity and how is it...

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The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

Contact: matt@metashift.co.uk Talent acquisition transformation projects seem to be everywhere at the moment as employers look to adapt to changing markets, shifting business priorities and new technologies. I always tell my clients that transformation is impossible without evaluation and strategy, but how do you build and measure an effective strategy in talent acquisition. My guest this week is Rebecca Carr, SVP of Global Success, Consulting and Strategy for SmartRecruiters. Rebecca talks in detail about the Hiring Success methodology and how it can help employers understand where they are...

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In recent times there has been an explosion in the number of conferences, webinars and indeed podcasts aimed at the talent acquisition audience. The kind of peer to peer learning these platforms are driving is incredibly useful and therefore, extremely popular. However, this only all works if there a steady flow of practitioners who are prepared to step up and share their story and I know this is something that many people find challenging. My guests this week are Audra Knight, senior manager of employer branding at Foundation Medicine and Katrina Kibben the founder and CEO of Three Ears...

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The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

My guest this week is Matthew Syed. Matthew was formerly the British table tennis number one and is now a journalist the best selling author of books such as "Bounce" and "Black Box Thinking". Matthew's new book, "Rebel Ideas" has just been published. In the book, he explores a topic that we've looked at a few times on the show, the importance of diverse thinking in teams and organisations. In the interview, we discuss: • When and why diversity matters and how it contributes to success • Diversity of background, perspective and thinking • Rebel ideas that challenge, cross pollenate,...

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The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

Following on from my conversation with Megan Butler about the state of the market for AI in recruitment, for the second part of this mini-series explaining AI and Machine learning, we are taking a deep dive into the technology and terminology itself. My guest is Jon Krohn, Chief Data Scientist at recruiting technology company Untapt. Jon is also a lecturer, researcher and author in the field of machine learning, deep learning and natural language processing. This interview goes into a huge amount of detail into the definitions and mechanics of AI (in an understandable way!) as well as...

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The Recruiting Future Podcast Covering Innovation in HR and Recruitment

The role of AI and machine learning in recruiting technology continues to provoke both debate and confusion. What benefits do these technologies current bring and how much of the current narrative is just marketing spin? What will they make possible in the future, and what are the risks and dangers we need to be aware of right now? To help answer these questions, in the next two episodes of the show I'll be asking two genuine experts in AI for recruiting to share their knowledge. First up is Megan Butler, a research analyst in AI for HR. Megan was part of my live panel back in episode 200, so...

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Contact - matt@metashift.co.uk

Back in 2008, I read a book about emerging social technologies that had a massive influence on the direction of my career. That book was called Groundswell, and I'm delighted that one of its authors is my guest this week. Charlene Li is now the bestselling author of six books, an analyst, entrepreneur, advisor and investor. She is also one of the preeminent experts on the topic of digital transformation.

Charlene's new book is called The Disruption Mindset, and in our conversation, we discuss the talent strategies and thinking required for digital transformation.


In the interview, we discuss:

• How things have changed and developed in the decade since Groundswell

• The disruption mindset, what it is and why it is important

• The importance of people and culture in digital transformation

• What makes a disruptive leader and how do you build a disruptive team

• Why digitization of the workplace is the most significant opportunity for radical change

Charlene also shares some examples of companies who are fully considering people issues in their digital transformation strategies.

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