Amy Whipple and Carrie Schochet of Purple Squirrel Advisors specialize in customized recruiting in the accounting, finance, human resources and operations functions for companies across industries and ranging from 8 million to 700 million in revenue. In this interactive Fishbowl, you will learn about the aspects of recruiting and hiring that Amy and Carrie have identified as crucial to bringing exceptional candidates on board, including how to write comprehensive job descriptions, identifying and avoiding common discrepancies when writing job descriptions, and mastering behavioral interviewing.
In this Fishbowl, you will learn the following key takeaways:
Learn about the Acumax assessment and how its results reveal candidates decision-making abilities
Learn about the most common disconnects when writing job descriptions and how you can avoid these pitfalls on your own leadership team
How and why companies should write comprehensive job descriptions which include company culture, history, tactical responsibilities, as well as a six-month trajectory plan (when possible)
How to use behavioral interview questions effectively in your job interviews – and walk away with a worksheet on behavioral questions as well!
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In this interactive fishbowl, Shawn Busse, Kinesis Founding Partner and CEO, will help you assess how effectively you’re marketing your culture to potential employees and provide you with resources to better attract the right talent for your organization.
Event Description: We all know that hiring for culture is key. But in order to attract the right talent, your brand has to accurately communicate your company culture. In this day and age of transparency and access to information, everything is interrelated: for example, if you’ve got a great customer-centric website, but no talk of employees, you’re dramatically limiting your candidate pool. Similarly, if you’ve got a great culture, but a weak external brand (bad website, limited social media, poor community engagement) you’ll miss out on great talent looking for something special. In this interactive workshop, Shawn will show you how to identify shortfalls in your brand communications, bringing you closer to delivering a consistent message that accurately conveys your company culture. The goal? Attract more, high-caliber candidates that resonate with your values.
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