15 episodes

The Chief Talent Officer or the Chief People Officer is a relatively new title for organizations but one of the fastest growing and arguably one of the most important. Unsurprisingly, more and more TA professionals are curious about how to elevate their careers to this level. In this podcast hosted by Joe Matar, Ryan Healy, and Ashley O'Connor we talk with the industry’s top CHROs, CTOs, CPOs and VPs to learn how they got a seat at the table, and what you can do to make talent C-level priority for your organization.

We ask our guests questions like: How do you become a CHRO? What is the future of people, talent, and culture? What rules did you break along the way? Who are your role models? Where do you get inspiration? How do you inspire your teams to greatness? And more.

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The Chief Talent Officer or the Chief People Officer is a relatively new title for organizations but one of the fastest growing and arguably one of the most important. Unsurprisingly, more and more TA professionals are curious about how to elevate their careers to this level. In this podcast hosted by Joe Matar, Ryan Healy, and Ashley O'Connor we talk with the industry’s top CHROs, CTOs, CPOs and VPs to learn how they got a seat at the table, and what you can do to make talent C-level priority for your organization.

We ask our guests questions like: How do you become a CHRO? What is the future of people, talent, and culture? What rules did you break along the way? Who are your role models? Where do you get inspiration? How do you inspire your teams to greatness? And more.

    Business Agility & Creating a Culture-First Organization with Appian

    Business Agility & Creating a Culture-First Organization with Appian

    In this can't-miss episode, Dawn Mitchell, SVP of HR at Appian, talks about how critical clear communication, business agility, and company culture are in a competitive talent market. Listen to hear this company's unique story of creating a culture-first organization, their differentiated approach to hiring, and insights for how to create a work environment that helps your organization compete for the best talent.

    • 31 min
    Building a Positive Candidate Experience in a Competitive Market

    Building a Positive Candidate Experience in a Competitive Market

    Nick Haubach, CHRO of UI Health, explains how employers can stand out when the market for talent is so fiercely competitive and talks about how a great candidate experience is the best competitive advantage in the war for talent. From application all the way through onboarding, adding personalized touches across the experience helps you stand out so you can better attract (and retain!) top talent.

    • 36 min
    Integrating DEI Across the Candidate & Employee Experience with Alyssa Lahar, CHRO at ZoomInfo

    Integrating DEI Across the Candidate & Employee Experience with Alyssa Lahar, CHRO at ZoomInfo

    Diversity, equity, and inclusion are more important now than ever. On this episode, we talk with ZoomInfo CHRO Alyssa Lahar on how to make DEI a priority not just in your hiring process, but also across the candidate and employee experience. Join us to learn about specific programs and examples ZoomInfo has brought to life within their organization and gather actionable insights you can use to help your organization become an industry leader and best place to work. Don't miss this one!

    • 33 min
    Recruiting Lessons from U.S. Special Ops with George Randle, Author of "The Talent War"

    Recruiting Lessons from U.S. Special Ops with George Randle, Author of "The Talent War"

    Whether your company is in growth mode, restructuring or contending with normal turnover, the fight for top talent never ends. George Randle, author of The Talent War, talks about what recruiting for Special Ops taught him about potential-based hiring and how organizations can use this approach to become more resilient and build highly-successful teams. We discuss the problem of hiring for experience over character, a failure to prioritize talent acquisition as a key driver of business success, and more.

    • 45 min
    The Paradigm Shift of Remote Work: Compensation, Culture, Collaboration & More

    The Paradigm Shift of Remote Work: Compensation, Culture, Collaboration & More

    This week, Shelly Holt, Chief People Officer at PayScale, talks about the paradigm shift being driven by remote work on compensation, culture, collaboration, and more. How can we create a culture of inclusion and engagement as we build the future of work? What's the role of the HR leader in driving this change across the organization? How will the unexpected demands of the pandemic change how we work and how we attract and retain top talent going forward? Hear about this more on this can't-miss episode.

    • 37 min
    How Great Storytelling Can Energize Your Employer Brand

    How Great Storytelling Can Energize Your Employer Brand

    In this episode, we talk with  Dena Upton, Chief People Officer at Drift, about the impact that great storytelling can have on building a strong employer brand, how to maintain your culture as a fast-growing company, how to equip employees as ambassadors, the state of hiring, onboarding, and employee engagement in the pandemic - and more. 

    • 30 min

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