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HR Interviews Playlist

by Evergreen Podcasts

The best collection of podcast interviews in the Human Resources, Recruiting, Technology, DEI, and Workforce space in one podcast. Welcome to Evergreen's HR Interviews, curated episodes from the most well-known and up-in-coming podcasts in the HR, Recruiting, and Tech industry with interviews from practitioners, vendors, economists, and those in the workforce know. Ten different shows with curated interviews just for you and it's wrapped into one podcast.

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Creatio's Andie Dovgan on Why Low Code's in Your Future

17m · Published 21 Dec 19:54
We’re going to talk about no-code development and why you should care about it, how Creatio goes about its work and more.

Ep 487: Focus

27m · Published 21 Dec 07:00
As an end-of-year special, this week is productivity week on the podcast.  With so much going on and so many competing pressures, I know that everyone listening will, at least at some point in 2022, have had challenges with focus and information overload. Talent Acquisition is evolving quickly, and managing attention and processing information are vital skills that aren't highlighted as much as they should be. A couple of days ago, in Episode 486, we looked at managing information overload when I spoke to Tiago Forte, the inventor of the Building a Second Brain system of personal knowledge management.  In this episode, I want to focus on focus, and my guest is author and speaker Erik Qualman. In 2009 Erik wrote a hugely influential book predicting the rise of social media called Socianomics, and since then has written extensively on digital leadership. His most recent book is The Focus Project which highlights the problems humans have focusing in our hyper-connected world and explores some of the potential solutions that can help us. In the interview, we discuss: The Focus Project Focusing on the big, not the busy Focus is hard in an unfocused world. The importance of systems and process Progress not perfection Saying no a lot Having more time is not the solution. Attacking the one big thing before the day attacks you The power of sleep Spotting patterns, time fencing and the 20/20/20 rule How can employers support focus? What does the future of work now look like Listen to this podcast in Apple Podcasts.

Ep 486: Building A Second Brain

26m · Published 19 Dec 18:37
As an end-of-year special, this week is productivity week on the podcast.  With so much going on and so many competing pressures, I know that everyone listening will, at least at some point in 2022, have had challenges with focus and information overload. Talent Acquisition is evolving quickly, and managing attention and processing information are vital skills that aren't highlighted as much as they should be. My first guest on productivity week is one of the world's leading personal knowledge management systems experts. Tiago Forte is the Founder of Forte Labs and the creator of the brilliant Building a Second Brain. BASB is a very effective knowledge and information management system I can personally vouch for as I used it to write my book "Digital Talent." Tiago has created a popular online course and a book on Building a Second Brain, and in our discussion, he gives us an excellent insight into the system.  In the interview, we discuss: The story behind BASB Are employers giving knowledge workers effect support around information overload? Personal Knowledge Management Shifting from top down to individual The key elements of BASB Capture, Organize, Distill, Express The role of technology How I reactivated ten years of lost Kindle highlights Taking the first steps Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.

Ep 485: What Will Replace Resumes?

20m · Published 17 Dec 08:07
The death of the resume has long been predicted. It is widely acknowledged that they are ineffective and prone to promoting bias, but alternative approaches have yet to achieve universal adoption. However, with many employers moving towards skills and competency-based hiring and technology continuing to drive rapid change in recruiting, are the days of the resume finally numbered? My guest this week is Maya Huber, Co-Founder and CEO of the competencies-based sourcing platform TaTiO. Maya has a PHD in Job Analysis and some fascinating insights into practical ways of moving on from the resume and making hiring more efficient, inclusive and effective. In the interview, we discuss: The ineffectiveness of resumes The danger of assessing just on words and stories Skills-based hiring versus competency-based hiring Testing performance in its context Reducing the administrative burden for recruiters Job simulation Job analysis The hiring outcomes of competency-based assessment What should companies expect from the future of work? Listen to this podcast in Apple Podcasts.

Shifting Landscapes in Talent Acquisition

16m · Published 16 Dec 19:46
Candidate’s model adds a human touch to talent acquisition by including personal referrals with each profile.

Ep 484: Innovation and Skills-Based Hiring

35m · Published 16 Dec 17:08
The pace of business change is continuing to accelerate. According to a recent McKinsey Global Survey, business leaders expect that by 2026, half of their companies' revenues will come from products, services, or businesses that haven't been invented yet. Innovation is critical for companies to survive and thrive. So how can employers ensure they have talent strategies in place to have the right skills to create and drive new ideas forward, and could innovation be the catalyst that accelerates skills-based hiring? My guest this week is Mauro Porcini, PepsiCo's first ever Chief Design Officer and author of a new book on people-centric innovation. In the book, Mauro does a deep dive into the skills, culture, and philosophy companies need to innovate. It was brilliant to hear his views on what employers need to do to attract, retain and develop people with the diverse skills required for effective innovation. In the interview, we discuss: The role of Chief Design Officer at Pepsico How business cultures have changed Designing the future with human-centric design The 24 skills needed for innovation and the importance of identifying and developing them in leaders Building a culture of innovation Process versus people The power of kindness, optimism, and curiosity The relationship between kindness and productivity Recognizing and recruiting innovators Redesigning the recruiting process What does the future look like? Mauro's book - The Human Side of Innovation: The Power of People in Love with People Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.

Getting Inclusive AF with Amy Spurling

52m · Published 14 Dec 20:06
In this episode, Katee and Jackye chat with Amy Spurling. Amy is the Founder and CEO of Compt, HR software that enables companies to offer truly personalized employee perks that adapt to remote and hybrid employee needs, while being fully tax compliant and inclusive for global teams. Amy's experience as CFO and COO managing HR and Finance at early and growth stage companies prior to Compt drives her belief that companies and employees can achieve so much more together when employees are fully supported. Named Boston’s “CFO of the Year” by the Boston Business Journal in 2016, she is a seasoned executive with nearly 20 years experience in leadership roles at venture-backed companies ranging from early start-up phase through high growth and ultimately exit. Over her career, she has closed over ten rounds of financing totaling more than $200M, and managed two acquisitions to close. Amy received her Master of Business Administration from the Simmons School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rochester. If you like what you hear, we would like to encourage you to subscribe to our channel! We would also appreciate it if you would rate this channel by going here: We create this podcast as a labor of love. But if you would like to support this channel you can buy us a cup of coffee here:

Employ inc. SVP of People and Talent Corey Berkey

30m · Published 13 Dec 07:00
Corey’s leadership at employ Inc. (Owner of Jobvite, JazzHR, Lever etc..) makes us all envious; their executive and hiring manager’s commitment to the recruitment process sets the pace for all TA Leaders to follow.  For the love great research and reports, we go direct to the source with Jobvite | employ’s Q4 report and dig into the findings.  Jobvite | Employ Inc. report highlights: 46% of HR decision makers say their company’s hiring is being impacted by the economic uncertainty Eating their own dogfood, which ATS does employ use Quality of hire defined at Employ inc. Understanding how we ended up with 50% job offers being accepted by candidates

Firing Squad: Cliquify's Amit Parmar

38m · Published 12 Dec 08:00
Share, share, share! Everyone's sharing everything on social media. Employers and recruiters who are sharing, however, aren't really doing it right most of the time. That's why Cliquify was founded. Think of them as "Canva for Recruiting." Amit Parmar, CEO at Cliquify joins the boys to pitch his company, and its concept, on Firing Squad. Are employers ready to embrace The Share? Does he make it out alive? Gotta listen to find out.

Ep 482: The Fluid Workforce

23m · Published 09 Dec 16:22
The debate around the office versus remote versus hybrid looks set to run and run as employers continue to experiment with different strategies. Despite the enormous advantages of remote working, there are many challenges and gaps with some current approaches that need addressing as we move forward. So what are the key issues, how do employers address them, and what role should HR technology play? My guest this week is Saad Siddiqui, General Partner at Telstra Ventures, a VC firm with several HR technology investments. Saad has written extensively about the future of work and the advantages of a fluid workforce strategy. In the interview, we discuss: The current state of the hiring market and the longer term outlook Identifying gaps and challenges in new ways of working The fluid workforce Generational divides Building connections and mentoring Culture and the role of leadership Employee motivations and retention Finding the best talent on a global basis Key trends in HR Tech Consolidation and platform business extension How should employers think about technology? What does the future look like Listen to this podcast in Apple Podcasts.

HR Interviews Playlist has 368 episodes in total of non- explicit content. Total playtime is 184:11:21. The language of the podcast is English. This podcast has been added on October 28th 2022. It might contain more episodes than the ones shown here. It was last updated on April 7th, 2024 02:49.

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