Ep 205: Generation Z

Ep 205: Generation Z

After about 15 years worth of articles and conference presentations about Millennials I’m sure I’m not alone in finding generational stereotyping a bit annoying. However, research-based insights into changing attitudes to technology, work and careers are incredibly useful. My guest this week is Pranam Lipinski, Co-Founder and CEO of Door Of Clubs.

After about 15 years worth of articles and conference presentations about Millennials I’m sure I’m not alone in finding generational stereotyping a bit annoying. However, research-based insights into changing attitudes to technology, work and careers are incredibly useful.

My guest this week is Pranam Lipinski, Co-Founder, and CEO of Door Of Clubs. Pranam has spent the last few years conducting research to uncover insights into the mindset of the newest generation in the workforce, Generation Z.

In the interview, we discuss:

  • The validity of generational stereotypes
  • Smartphones in 4th grade and growing up in the era of fake news
  • Attitudes to work and careers
  • Inclusion, Stability, and Loyalty
  • Providing unique employer experiences
  • Becoming an input focused as an employer
  • How to market to a generation that avoids commercial attempts on their attention.

Pranam also talks about the importance of personalization and shares details of how to get his one-page Generation Z research summary.

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Ep 204: Recruiting In A Highly Competitive Market

Ep 204: Recruiting In A Highly Competitive Market

Whenever I’m talking to companies about their recruitment challenges, one area that comes up time and time again is recruiting enterprise salespeople, particularly in the tech sector. My guest this week is someone who can give us a hiring manager’s perspective from one of the most competitive locations in the world for this type of talent.

Whenever I’m talking to companies about their recruitment challenges, one area that comes up time and time again is recruiting enterprise salespeople, particularly in the tech sector.

My guest this week is someone who can give us a hiring manager’s perspective from one of the most competitive locations in the world for this type of talent.

Angie Jongejan is a Director of Sales for SurveyMonkey in San Mateo, California. It was great to hear her share some insights into SurveyMonkey’s approach to recruiting and retention in their highly competitive talent market.

In the interview, we discuss:

  • SurveyMonkey’s three main recruiting challenges
  • The importance of providing a fantastic candidate experience
  • Ensuring alignment between the recruitment team and hiring managers
  • Sourcing jams
  • The role of surveys and acting on feedback

Angie also shares her thoughts on what is next for SurveyMonkey.

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Ep 203: Diversity, Inclusion, Equity & Belonging

Ep 203: Diversity, Inclusion, Equity & Belonging

Contact – matt@metashift.co.uk Diversity and inclusion are a vital issue for many employers, but as an industry do we genuinely understand what they mean, their implications and the issues that need to be solved? My guest this week is Jackie Glenn, Principal and Founder at Jackie Glenn Diversity Solutions and former Global Chief Diversity Officer at Dell EMC.

Diversity and inclusion are a vital issue for many employers, but as an industry do we genuinely understand what they mean, their implications and the issues that need to be solved?

My guest this week is Jackie Glenn, Principal and Founder at Jackie Glenn Diversity Solutions and former Global Chief Diversity Officer at Dell EMC.

In the interview, we discuss:

  • The amazing story of Jackie’s career
  • The challenges of a Chief Diversity Officer
  • Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Belonging
  • Is D&I really as much a priority for employers as it should be?
  • The importance of auditing and the power of diverse teams
  • D&I issues in the technology sector.
  • Letting your audio match your video

Jackie also shares her advice for employers and talks about her book “Lift As I Climb: An Immigrant Girl’s Journey Through Corporate America.”

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Ep 202: Presence, Influence and Persuasion

Ep 202: Presence, Influence and Persuasion

Contact: matt@metashift.co.uk One of the biggest things I’ve learned in my career is the importance of effective influence. Driving change, promoting technology adoption and establishing new ways of working is a challenge whatever employer you are working for. So what can talent acquisition leaders be doing to develop presence and be more influential?

One of the biggest things I’ve learned in my career is the importance of effective influence.

Driving change, promoting technology adoption and establishing new ways of working is a challenge whatever employer you are working for. So what can talent acquisition leaders be doing to develop presence and be more influential?

My guest this week is an expert in these areas. Harrison Monarth is a New York Times best selling author and leading executive coach with a client list that includes Fortune 500 CEOs, start-up entrepreneurs and Members of Congress.

In the interview, we discuss:

  • Harrison’ coaching philosophy
  • What is “executive presence”, why is it so important and how anyone can develop it
  • The critical importance of perception
  • Managing emotions in high-stress situations
  • Feedback
  • Improving influence and getting buy-in
  • Harrison also talks about managing the line between confidence and arrogance and the new edition of his book “Executive Presence.”

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Ep 201: Accessing New Pools Of Talent

Ep 201: Accessing New Pools Of Talent

Contact – matt@metashift.co.uk The relentless march of digital transformation means that many employers are having to find ways of reaching out to new pools of talent to attract different types of people into their businesses. No company is immune from this and even established technology companies are having to rethink their talent acquisition strategies.

The relentless march of digital transformation means that many employers are having to find ways of reaching out to new pools of talent to attract different types of people into their businesses. No company is immune from this and even established technology companies are having to rethink their talent acquisition strategies.

My guest this week is Andreea Nicolescu Employer Branding and HR Communication Manager and at Temenos. Temenos is a market-leading Fintech business and has developed cutting edge strategies in both talent acquisition and talent management to facilitate digital transformation.

In the interview, we discuss:

      • . The recruiting challenges at Temenos

  • Attracting digital natives into roles that previously did not exist
  • Moving from a transactional to a proactive model of talent acquisition
  • Switching to new technologies to support the talent acquisition strategy
  • The right candidates not the right number of candidates
  • Engaging with new talent pools via targeted advertising
  • Getting ROI by engaging, tracking and optimizing
  • Developing talent via academies and boot camps

Andreea also talks about diversity in the workforce and what is next for Temenos.

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