Over the last several weeks, I’ve heard from a number of people who are less than six months into working at a new company and think they may have made the wrong decision. Surprisingly, the majority of these were Talent/Recruiting leaders. This seems counterintuitive—you would think we would be better at evaluating new opportunities as subject matter experts in all things hiring! Let’s talk about why this happens, and what you can do about it.
What we learned from bringing a group of recruiting operations leaders together during a pandemic.
A well-defined sprint creates urgency and accountability, a feeling of speed and momentum, and most importantly a shared purpose.
Drawing from our past experiences with our teams at Airbnb, Pinterest, Facebook, and Apple, we put together this list to help fully deploy your capacity and keep your team engaged during a hiring lull.
3 Insights & 5 Emerging Strategies to help others as we all work through these uncertain times together
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There are no playbooks for what we’re experiencing in this moment, which means that we’re all in this together to figure out how we navigate through the fog of uncertainty.