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How to Power Your Company Culture with Data and Feedback Loops

Over the past few years, many organizations have realized how important their company culture is. From the way they treat employees, hire new ones, to how their employees treat each other, culture is a fundamental ingredient to an organization’s success. When it’s bad or nonexistent, it’s costly, as Walmart recently found out.

Women in Leadership Share Challenges of Workforce Diversity, Pillars of Success

Being a woman in the workforce lends itself to unique challenges. While many companies support gender diversity, workplace equality remains an initiative yearning for action.  

So often the picture painted for working women isn’t favorable. We’re 15% less likely than men to be promoted, earn less than men for same roles, and continue to be professionally underrepresented, holding under 30% of roles in senior management. Evidently, at the current pace, it’ll take longer than a century before there’s gender equality in the C-suite.

If you’re like me, reading through that might have been mentally exhausting. Good news about women in the workforce can be few and far between. That’s discouraging, especially in the midst of groups taking action on diversity and inclusion, like Project Include, Catalyst, Code2040, Lean In, and Paradigm, just to name a few.

In light of this, we’re drawing the attention back to the power of potential, and narratives of growth. Entelo’s Reflect, Grow, Empower will share lessons on being bold and resilient, as told by women leaders in tech. Leading up to our panel, we spoke with speakers Linqia’s Maria Sipka, Floodgate’s Ann Miura-Ko, and Decker Communications’ Hilary Davis to learn more about their pillars of inspiration, success, and hustle.

These Five Seth Godin Insights Will Help You Recruit Better

Recruiting is a tough job and hiring is a front line business function. You’re the first point of contact for a lot of people, which means recruiting has a lot more in common with sales and marketing than it does with other HR functions.

It’s nothing new that recruiters need to think like marketers, and thinking outside the traditional recruiting box is one way to make that a reality. That’s where Seth Godin turns into a handy fount of recruiting wisdom.

Why Performance-based Hiring Builds a Lean Team, as told by Lou Adler

Lou Adler joins Hiring On All Cylinders to share a sneak peek of his webinar later this week. Best known for his Performance-based Hiring methodology, Lou emphasizes the importance of recruiters seeking out growth in candidates' career trajectories, not just the right skills or experiences. This helps talent teams identify the best performers driven by challenges, the opportunity to evolve their skill sets and develop with their org in the long run. In this episode, Lou breaks down the performance-based hiring model, and why orgs too often focus on the wrong metrics to track good fit candidates.

Lessons from HR Tech: Candidate Transparency, Employer Branding, and the Future of Hiring

As the official podcast of the HR Technology Conference & Expo, Hiring On All Cylinders was at the heart of the action as thousands of recruitefrs and talent acquisition pros descended on Chicago’s McCormick Place.

With such an unrivaled group of talent acquisition thinkers, practitioners, analysts, entrepreneurs and all-around smart people in one place, Hiring on All Cylinders was on a mission to talk to as many of them as possible. And boy did we.

Over the course of three days, a veritable who’s who sat down to chat with the Entelo team on HOAC. Everyone from RecruitingDaily’s Matt Charney to Analyst Naomi Bloom to The Muse CEO Kathryn Minshew and even HR Tech founder Bill Kutik dropped by the booth to share their thoughts, impressions, ideas and opinions on the trends and challenges in the wide world of HR technology.

Entelo’s Must Follow Talent Acquisition Influencers

Staying on top of hiring trends isn’t easy.  As much as the fundamentals of the industry remain the same, the tools, best practices, industry standards and technological innovations evolve at a mind-boggling rate. If you’re a recruiter with your head down working on tough to fill roles, tracking the industry as a whole can seem impossible or a waste of time.

But it’s not; it’s essential. Recruiters are competing against one another for the best talent. A competitive advantage comes from being better informed and smarter than the competition, and that’s why it’s crucial to stay plugged into the wider world of recruiting. You can’t stay ahead of the curve with your head in the sand.

Every day people are pushing the industry forward and hiring the best candidates in new, better ways. Oftentimes, they share their insights, knowledge, and observations on a multitude of channels. With all of this information swirling around, a recruiter needs to know how to cut through the noise. That’s where this list will come in handy.