35 episodes

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.

Revolutionizing Recruitment Kathleen Duffy

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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 18 | Part Two: Alison Rapping & Danielle Hughes, Arouet

    Episode 18 | Part Two: Alison Rapping & Danielle Hughes, Arouet

    Kathleen concludes her conversation with Alison Rapping and Danielle Hughes from Arouet, an organization dedicated to supporting, mentoring, and training women who are, or have been, involved in America’s justice system. In part two, Alison weighs in on criminal justice reform and Danielle talks about Arouet's Second Chance Employer Outreach program.

    • 22 min
    Episode 18 | Part One: Alison Rapping & Danielle Hughes, Arouet

    Episode 18 | Part One: Alison Rapping & Danielle Hughes, Arouet

    This week we’re highlighting Arouet, an Arizona-based nonprofit whose mission is to provide education assistance, workforce development, and job opportunities to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women who are sincere about working hard to change their livelihood. Kathleen is joined by Alison Rapping, Arouet's CEO, and Danielle Hughes, who works in Second Chance Employer Outreach. In part one, Alison talks about the foundation's mission and origin, and Danielle shares the inspiring story that led her to Arouet.

    • 25 min
    Episode 17 | Part Two: Nickle LaMoreaux, SVP and Chief Human Resources Officer, IBM

    Episode 17 | Part Two: Nickle LaMoreaux, SVP and Chief Human Resources Officer, IBM

    In the conclusion of Kathleen's conversation with Nickle LaMoreaux, the Chief Human Resources Officer at IBM, Nickle shares advice for employers when welcoming back new moms to the office and the importance of offering team flexibility.

    • 25 min
    Episode 17 | Part One: Nickle LaMoreaux, SVP and Chief Human Resources Officer, IBM

    Episode 17 | Part One: Nickle LaMoreaux, SVP and Chief Human Resources Officer, IBM

    Kathleen welcomes Nickle LaMoreaux, the Chief Human Resources Officer at IBM, to the podcast.  Nickle leads IBM’s people strategy, skills, employee experience and services, and global HR team supporting hundreds of thousands of IBMers across 170 countries.  In part one, Nickle looks back at her 20-year career at IBM and talks about IBM's shift to skills-based hiring.

    • 22 min
    Episode 16 | Part Two: Eric M. Bailey, President, Bailey Strategic Innovation Group

    Episode 16 | Part Two: Eric M. Bailey, President, Bailey Strategic Innovation Group

    In the conclusion of Kathleen's conversation with Eric Bailey, the bestselling author of The Cure for Stupidity and the president of Bailey Strategic Innovation Group, Eric talks about the intersection of talent acquisition and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    • 25 min
    Episode 16 | Part One : Eric M. Bailey, President, Bailey Strategic Innovation Group

    Episode 16 | Part One : Eric M. Bailey, President, Bailey Strategic Innovation Group

    This week, Kathleen welcomes Eric Bailey to the podcast. Eric is the bestselling author of The Cure for Stupidity and the president of Bailey Strategic Innovation Group, one of the fastest-growing human communication consulting firms in the U.S.  In part one, Eric explains why he compares himself to Forrest Gump, what inspired him to write The Cure for Stupidity, and how he approaches difficult conversations.

    • 30 min

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stepjak ,

Revolutionizing Recruitment

Great read. Tells the story of recruitment research and insights into a changing environment. The digital world and changing demographics effecting recruiting.

MB0320 ,

Great podcast!!

So happy to have found this. Very informative!

camibenton97 ,

Incredible podcast!!!

Amazing