Talent acquisition teams are racing to find ways to make what has historically been a very high-touch human process a virtual one. They are figuring out how to effectively work from home, conduct video interviews, make successful offers (to candidates whom the hiring manager may not have met), and remotely onboard new hires.
And even though we’re eight months into COVID, not every candidate is comfortable being on video and therefore won't' present themselves as well as they would in-person. You can pick up on nonverbal cues via Zoom or any other platform, but they are harder to see. The result – good candidates can come off the wrong way and miss opportunities. So let’s talk about ways to make the most of the technology while minimizing its limitations, here are 8 best practices for conducting video interviews.
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S07E02 - Episode 100: DEI. Words matter. Actions matter. Listening matters. Curiosity matters. Compassion matters. A conversation with Tanya Gibson
Today’s guest is Tanya Gibson, PHR (she/her/hers). She is the VP of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and HR at Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. Tanya believes that it's important for companies looking to rework their diversity, equity and inclusion strategies make bold choices that last longer than just a moment.
In this episode, Tanya and Jenni Stone talk about racial injustice and the effect recent events have had on the workplace, and our employees. We discuss what it is, what it isn’t, and discuss how important it is to listen to others, who aren’t like you. If you wonder how seeing someone’s perspective can help you be a better leader, listen in to this conversation with Tanya.
In this episode you’ll hear:
How leaders can educate themselves to be better prepared to assist their diverse employees.
How Diversity training often activates bias rather than stamp it out.
HR cannot own everything, and sometimes are not the right choice to deliver your DEI solutions.
How to become an ally.
Resources from this episode:
Allyship to Impact, a conversation with Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging leader, Jared Karol, as he guides a conversation on power, privilege, and whiteness. October 14, 2020 click HERE to register
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