Negotiation/Influence Skills Separate Average HR Pros From Great Ones…

Kris Dunn Driving Productivity, Good HR, HR, Kris Dunn, Performance, Recruiting, Seat at the Table, Tim Sackett

Tim Sackett and I reprised a deck we’ve delivered multiple times (including at SHRM National) last week on a HR Executive Magazine webinar sponsored by our friends at SumTotal Systems: How to Raise Your HR Game by Thinking Like a Money-Hungry VP of Sales. Catchy hook, right?  It’s designed to trick you into being interested in negotiation and influence as critical …

Buyer’s Remorse: The FOT 1st Timer’s Guide to Buying HR Technology [WEBINAR]

Tim Sackett HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, HR Vendors, Steve Boese, Tim Sackett, Web/Tech, Webinar

Buying HR Technology (System of Record/HRMS, Applicant Tracking Systems, Performance Management Systems, etc.) should be as easy as buying a high-priced handbag or the latest pair of Jordans!  You see it. You like it. You know it’s going to fit and work for your needs. GO! Make the purchase. But it’s not that simple. Buying HR Technology is hard, confusing …

How Smart HR Pros are Becoming Better Marketers – By Using Company Reputation Sites Like Glassdoor 

Kris Dunn HR, Kris Dunn, Recruiting, Webinar

Let’s face it. HR pros have a long history of being uncomfortable with sites like Glassdoor.com. After all, the only people that use Glassdoor.com and sites like it are disgruntled ex-employees that you fired, right? Wrong. It was wrong 5 years ago, and it’s horribly wrong today. Rather than view these types of sites as a threat, smart HR and Recruiting pros are learning how …

HR Moneyball: The FOT Bootstrapper Guide To Getting Started With Big Data [WEBINAR]

Kris Dunn HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, Kris Dunn, Metrics, The HR Profession, Web/Tech

You’ve heard the hype: Big Data is taking over the business world, and HR’s going to be expected to make decisions—not through feelings, relationships or gut instinct—but via numbers.  The problem is… your HRIS, ATS and Performance Solutions are all different systems and weren’t built with the big-data revolution in mind. In short, you feel less than ready for workforce …

FOT List: The Top 5 Recruiters Who Are Great Marketers

Kris Dunn HR & Marketing, Kris Dunn, Recruiting, Webinar, Working With Recruiters

Everybody loves lists.  Tim Sackett hates them.  But now that he’s on them, he hates them less. We’ve got a webinar tomorrow at FOT called “The Recruiter Makeover: 7 Ways Recruiters Can Reinvent Themselves as Marketers” (click the link to join us).   The webinar is sponsored by our friends at Jobvite, and we’re going to be digging hard into all …

The Recruiter Makeover: 7 Ways Recruiters Can Reinvent Themselves As Marketers [WEBINAR]

Kris Dunn Candidate Pool, Kris Dunn, Recruiting, Webinar

Go ahead and skip to the bottom if you’re already a dedicated FOT’er to register for our latest webinar! We know—you’re feeling stale as a recruiter.  We get it, so that’s why we’re partnering with Jobvite for the May FOT webinar, The Recruiter Makeover: 7 Ways Recruiters Can Reinvent Themselves as Marketers.  The world’s full of great products/services that eventually became commodities, …

FOT’s 2013 Rush: Why You Shouldn’t Pick Your Talent Like You Did Your Sorority Sisters [Webinar]

Holland Dombeck McCue Hiring Bias, HR, Webinar

Your hiring managers are hopelessly biased when it comes to making selection decisions in the hiring process, often resulting in a team more reminiscent of the Stepford Wives and less like the band of pledges seen in Old School’s Lambda Epsilon Omega. Why? People have an innate and subconscious tendency to hire the most attractive, smooth-talking candidate when making a selection decision. But having …

Brains Before Bros: Why Hiring Smart People over Experienced People is a Winning Talent Strategy [Webinar]

Holland Dombeck McCue Good HR, Hiring Bias, Recruiting, Talent Strategy, Webinar

True or False: I hire smart people and trust they’ll figure out what do to rather than looking for Drones to fill the seats in my shop. True or False: My existing talent pool is always my first line of defense in filling key roles that become available in my organization. If the first statement is true, shouldn’t the second …