All posts by Bonnie Nicholls

How to Turn Recruiters into Cheerleaders for Your Talent Acquisition Program

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You’re excited about your new talent acquisition program, but as hard as you try, you can’t get recruiters to share the love. In fact, they barely acknowledge your existence.  The thing is, you need their support or your program might die a quick death. What can you do? Plenty, according to an industry expert who will share her hard-earned wisdom…



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Tips for Successfully Communicating Your Talent Acquisition Program

By | Hiring Managers, Talent Acquisition Program Management, Talent Acquisition Strategy, TalentBlend | No Comments

You may be managing the greatest talent acquisition program ever, but you won’t get anywhere if you can’t communicate about it effectively. So what do you do? Take a crash course in writing? Bombard employees with emails both witty and wise? Hire a skywriter? If any of those ideas have crossed your mind, Michele Richardson of Inciteful Communications will show…



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How to Prove to Execs That Your Talent Acquisition Program Is Successful

By | Data and Measurements, Talent Acquisition Program Management, Talent Acquisition Strategy, TalentBlend | No Comments

If you’re managing a talent acquisition program and an executive says to you, “Put a report together that shows me how successful your program is,” you might start to panic. What data do you use to show you’ve achieved success? And how do you define that success in the first place? Dan Anderson, founder and CEO of Adaptalytics, will show…



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How a Rookie Manager Got the Recruitment Branding Program She Wanted

By | Talent Acquisition Program Management, Talent Acquisition Strategy, Talent Innovators, TalentBlend | No Comments

Celinda Appleby’s social media recruiting efforts for HP were so successful, Oracle lured her away to lead a similar initiative. She arrived at her new job with extensive experience working for a Fortune 100 company, but had never directly managed staff. Now, 13 months later, she has nine direct reports and heads the company’s global recruitment branding program, which acts…



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