Recruiting talent is more than simply finding great employees. Each week join Kathleen Duffy, a revolutionary recruitment visionary and founder of the Duffy Group as she talks to the best in the industry about talent management, leadership, and organizational culture. If you’re searching for a strategic and collaborative approach to uncovering hidden talent, this is the podcast for you Revolutionizing Recruitment with Kathleen Duffy from Advantage Media.
Episode 24 | Part Two: Ernest Dianastasis, CEO, The Precisionists, Inc.
In the conclusion of Kathleen’s talk with Ernie Dianastasis, the Founder and CEO of The Precisionists Inc, we dive deeper into his progress towards achieving his goal of employing 10,000 neurodiverse professionals. We also discuss the unique employment model at TPI and how it works for both the employees and the customers. This model has been extremely successful in creating meaningful and sustainable careers for neurodiverse professionals. Throughout the episode, Ernie's passion for creating a diverse and inclusive workforce shines through. Ernie's story is a true inspiration and a testament to the power of social entrepreneurship. So, if you're looking for inspiration and insight on how to build a diverse and inclusive workforce, this episode is a must-listen.
Episode 24 | Part One: Ernest Dianastasis, CEO, The Precisionists, Inc.
This week, Ernie Dianastasis, the founder and CEO of The Precisionists Inc., joins Kathleen Duffy on Revolutionizing Recruitment, the podcast that explores creative methods for locating and hiring elite talent. With TPI, Ernie has a special mission: during the next few years, he wants to hire 10,000 neurodiverse employees, giving people with disabilities meaningful occupations and providing consumers with first-rate service. In this episode, Ernie will discuss how to create an inclusive and varied workforce, the benefits of hiring neurodiverse talent, and the effect TPI is having on its employees’ and clients’ lives. Join us as we explore how Ernie and TPI are revolutionizing recruitment and creating opportunities for neurodiverse professionals around the world.
Episode 23 | Part Two: Whitney Johnson, CEO, Disruption Advisors
Kathleen wraps up her conversation with Whitney Johnson and uncovers the strategies and insights that have made her one of the most sought-after business thinkers in the world. Whitney shares how she discovered her passion for helping people grow and innovate, and how she has made it her life's work to empower individuals and organizations to reach their full potential. Drawing on her wealth of experience and expertise, Whitney reveals the key principles of disruption, and how they can be applied to drive success and growth in any business. She also offers practical advice on how to overcome the fear and uncertainty that often accompany disruptive change, and how to develop the mindset and skills necessary to thrive in today's fast-paced, ever-changing world. So whether you're a business leader looking to drive innovation and growth, or an individual seeking to unlock your full potential, this episode is a must-listen.
Episode 23 | Part One: Whitney Johnson, CEO, Disruption Advisors
Get ready to be inspired as Kathleen Duffy sits down with Whitney Johnson, the CEO of Disruption Advisors and a globally recognized thought leader in talent development. Named a Top 10 Business Thinker by Thinkers50 in 2021, Whitney is a LinkedIn Top Voice with 1.8 million followers and the bestselling author of Smart Growth: How to Grow Your People to Grow Your Company. On her top-ranked podcast, Disrupt Yourself, Whitney has interviewed some of the most renowned thinkers in the world, including Brené Brown, Adam Grant, Susan Cain, and General Stanley McChrystal. She also shares her passion for personal disruption, helping individuals transform their lives, careers, teams, and companies through her keynote addresses, lectures at Harvard Business School’s Corporate Learning, and her LinkedIn Learning course Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship. Join Kathleen and Whitney as they dive into the world of personal disruption, business growth, and talent development. This episode is not to be missed!
Episode 22 | Part Two: Melissa Swift, North American Transformation Leader at Mercer and Author of Work Here Now
In the conclusion of Kathleen's conversation with Mercer's Melissa Swift, the author of the new book, Work Here Now, Melissa shares strategies to create a powerhouse workplace and why companies need to defeat 'animal farm syndrome'.
Episode 22 | Part One: Melissa Swift, North American Transformation Leader at Mercer and Author of Work Here Now
This week, Kathleen is joined by Melissa Swift. Melissa currently leads Transformation Solutions in North America for Mercer, one of the largest human resources consulting firms in the world. She’s also the author of the new book, Work Here Now: Think Like a Human and Build a Powerhouse Workplace. In part one, Melissa shares how she was inspired to help companies transform, the difference between a transformational and a transactional leader, and why every leader should try to learn improv.
Great read. Tells the story of recruitment research and insights into a changing environment. The digital world and changing demographics effecting recruiting.
So happy to have found this. Very informative!