Scott Wintrip: High Velocity Hiring
Are you struggling to improve the productivity of your recruiting or staffing team? Struggle no more because in this episode I’ve got 3 steps that will make that problem go away and stay away.
Do you ever wonder why your salespeople aren’t hitting their revenue or profit targets? Or why salespeople in other firms are outperforming the people on your team? In this episode I tackle both questions and show you how to get the salespeople on your...
Some people believe rules were made to be broken…then there’s New York Times Best Selling Author Kevin Kruse. He states that great leaders have no rules. Kevin is my special guest in this episode. We discuss changes that HR leaders, staffing pros,
Do you struggle with letting people go? You’re not alone. Many leaders have some level of discomfort when it comes to firing someone. Yet, this uncomfortable responsibility is frequently what’s needed to improve employee engagement. In this episode,
Companies spend lots of money and effort recruiting on social media but that investment isn’t paying off like it should. Why that’s the case and how you can get the most from social media is the subject of this episode.
Process improvement is an important leadership responsibility. This episode features a method for improving your recruiting and hiring process…a method many leaders haven’t yet considered.
Time is more precious than money, so how recruiters invest their time should be a top priority. In this episode, I share one of the most important ways to invest time this year.
I’m frequently asked how staffing and recruitment providers can fill open job orders when there aren’t enough people to fill them. I answer that question in this episode and also provide specific details for firms of different sizes.
Concrete advice combined with some blunt commentary. That’s what you’ll hear in this conversation with Doug Coull, Founder and CEO of APS, the makers of SmartSearch. According to Doug, having a better ATS experience requires that staffing companies cha...
Every leader has to drive some type of change from time to time. Because changing things makes people uncomfortable, it’s common that leaders are viewed negatively, even when whatever is being changed is in the best interest of everyone.