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The Click IQ Academy is a resource, learning and networking hub for recruitment and talent acquisition professionals.This channel provides both access to content that was recorded with podcasts in mind first, and audio versions of our video content.Enjoy!

Latest Episodes

Phil Catcheside (Network Rail) on Candidate Market Segmentation

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Phil Catcheside about the candidate market segmentation project he is leading at Network Rail They talked about... Who Phil is, and what it is he does What market segmentation is, why it's important and the decisions it can drive Why this project is so relevant for an organisation like Network Rail How he has managed the project Executive buy-in What external support he brought in Some interesting finding so far, and how they challenged perceptions

28 MINAUG 16
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Phil Catcheside (Network Rail) on Candidate Market Segmentation

Jim Stroud World of Work: Innovative Recruitment Strategies

Jim discusses the latest innovative recruitment strategies. Links cited: https://www.one-tab.com/page/VOjhy9XNR1CL2Zwxj0c-xw

10 MINJUL 4
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Jim Stroud World of Work: Innovative Recruitment Strategies

Jim Stroud World of Work: Recruiting Blues

Jim Stroud discusses the world of recruitment. Links cited: https://www.one-tab.com/page/AfUBeXOvQtSHT7fm8PmwZg

10 MINJUL 4
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Jim Stroud World of Work: Recruiting Blues

Ben Gledhill on Recruitment Transformation

Alan Walker speaks to Yodel's Head of Resourcing Ben Gledhill, on how he is transforming hiring in their business. We heard About his role as Head of Resourcing at Yodel How he has revolutionised driver recruitment and candidate experience via ChatBots Why the challenge of a large transformation project attracted him Where to start with a transformation project Why quick wins are important, but the long term goal should be fundamental change Why having the right people in place should be the first step About key parts of his project - process, attraction, onboarding and retention How hiring Employed and Self-Employed people offers different challenges Why it's important not to be destracted by shiny tech, and it's important to do your homework That positioning Resourcing as a key strategic business partner has been the most important thing he has achieved Why TA doesn't need a seat at the main board! About the key changes he has made from a tech perspective How recruiter experience can be as important as candidate experience Why automation tech isn't about headcount reduction, it's about headcount optimisation

23 MINJUN 14
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Ben Gledhill on Recruitment Transformation

Gary Manning on Recruiting for startups

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Gary Manning of Touch Surgery about life as a recruiter in a fast-growing startup, some of the challenges and his advice as to how to overcome them. They talked about... Gary's time with King, and his new role with Touch Surgery The unique people challenges startups face, and how adjusting to startup life can be a challenging experience Why knowing who you are, your values and communicating your purpose is key to attracting people when competition for talent is so high Why the role of a TA person in much broader than just recruitment in a startup The importance of delivering a positive candidate experience - think fast & slick How treating each piece of recruitment as a project (with a process) is key to consistantly good hiring outcomes Why kick-offs (think job briefings) and washups are essential - with the latter creating great data for providing feedback, and for developing onboarding and learning plans How to handle pushback from hiring managers, and why it's important to get them to stick to a process That when you're the first person in a new TA team, it's important to go in with your eyes open. Network, attend events, spend time with peers.

24 MINMAY 31
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Gary Manning on Recruiting for startups

Jim Stroud on why he's the Bruce Willis of Talent Acquisition

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Jim Stroud of Click IQ on a whole heap of stuff - the majority of it related to hiring, much of it about AI, some of it about his shoes (or lack of). We heard: Why he sheds his shoes when presenting (think Die Hard) How Bank of America increasing their minimum wage may have some unintended consequences What IBM's ability to predict whether someone is leaving - via AI - means for employees Whether AI can be truly unbiased, and if it can be more or less human (than humans) How a restaurant chain accidentally discriminated against certain communities Why New York State barring marijuana testing is as much about a talent shortage as it is about relaxing drug laws For more great content, check out https://academy.clickiq.co.uk/

25 MINMAY 8
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Jim Stroud on why he's the Bruce Willis of Talent Acquisition

Helen Durkin of Indeed on Building a high-performing Employer Brand

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Helen Durkin of Indeed on the subject of Employer Branding. We heard: Some of the specific challenges Indeed face How getting support internally is vital The crossover between employer and corporate brand How to build awareness in new markets Why listening to feedback - internally and externally - is essential Why developing employee ambassadors/advocates is vital, and how to do it organically Tips for those starting out on their employer branding journey For more great content, check out https://academy.clickiq.co.uk/

24 MINAPR 10
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Helen Durkin of Indeed on Building a high-performing Employer Brand

Kirstie Kelly on Employee Wellbeing as a Competitive Advantage

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Kirstie Kelly on the subject of wellbeing in the workplace. We heard: What this wellbeing "stuff" is all about Who is responsible for wellbeing (employee or employer?) The commercial reasons why wellbeing is important The costs to the economy of poor mental health and wellbeing How a company can tell whether they're providing an environment that enables wellbeing How an individual can assess their own wellbeing Where an organisation should start, when building its own wellbeing programs Some examples of wellbeing initiatives that have been proven to work The difference between wellbeing in small Vs large organisations How technology can help with wellbeing For more great content, check out https://academy.clickiq.co.uk/

21 MINMAR 15
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Kirstie Kelly on Employee Wellbeing as a Competitive Advantage

Chris Stewart on Content, Careers Sites and Social Media

Chris Stewart and Alan Walker discuss content, career sites and social media – and how they all play a part in a highly effective recruitment marketing strategy. In this conversation with Chris we discussed: Where recruitment teams should start, when starting to produce content. Why creating content doesn’t need to be difficult, or expensive. The power of video content, as the medium of choice when trying to drive engagement with graduates. How you find out which type of content will work for your audience. Which channels are most effective for distributing content. Whether tailoring content for particular channels is important. If SnapChat is an effective recruitment channel. How to build an award-winning career site, and how long it takes, and which functions to partner with. Turning employees into brand ambassadors (and keeping them there). Social media as a recruitment tool, it’s effectiveness for specific campaigns and how to use it to attract talent. For the video of this i...

18 MINMAR 14
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Chris Stewart on Content, Careers Sites and Social Media

Tom Baker on Managing your Employer Brand

Tom Baker and Alan Walker talk about where an organisation should start with their employer brand strategy. How to bring it to life; which colleagues to partner with; measuring the effectiveness of your employer brand strategy –and the importance of purpose. In this interview with Tom, we learnt:- Where an organisation needs to start with their employer brand strategy The role of the employee value proposition (EVP) in employer brand How an organisation defines their EVP The importance of tailoring your EVP, for particular talent segments How to activate your employer brand and the channels to use Why perfection isn’t necessary from day one and your brand can be built on Which colleagues recruitment teams need to collaborate with, to ensure the success of their employer brand What organisations can do about the stuff that is hard to control (Glassdoor etc) How organisations can turn their employees into advocates The basic requirements of a career site, and how to deal with a lega...

22 MINMAR 14
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Tom Baker on Managing your Employer Brand

Latest Episodes

Phil Catcheside (Network Rail) on Candidate Market Segmentation

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Phil Catcheside about the candidate market segmentation project he is leading at Network Rail They talked about... Who Phil is, and what it is he does What market segmentation is, why it's important and the decisions it can drive Why this project is so relevant for an organisation like Network Rail How he has managed the project Executive buy-in What external support he brought in Some interesting finding so far, and how they challenged perceptions

28 MINAUG 16
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Phil Catcheside (Network Rail) on Candidate Market Segmentation

Jim Stroud World of Work: Innovative Recruitment Strategies

Jim discusses the latest innovative recruitment strategies. Links cited: https://www.one-tab.com/page/VOjhy9XNR1CL2Zwxj0c-xw

10 MINJUL 4
Comments
Jim Stroud World of Work: Innovative Recruitment Strategies

Jim Stroud World of Work: Recruiting Blues

Jim Stroud discusses the world of recruitment. Links cited: https://www.one-tab.com/page/AfUBeXOvQtSHT7fm8PmwZg

10 MINJUL 4
Comments
Jim Stroud World of Work: Recruiting Blues

Ben Gledhill on Recruitment Transformation

Alan Walker speaks to Yodel's Head of Resourcing Ben Gledhill, on how he is transforming hiring in their business. We heard About his role as Head of Resourcing at Yodel How he has revolutionised driver recruitment and candidate experience via ChatBots Why the challenge of a large transformation project attracted him Where to start with a transformation project Why quick wins are important, but the long term goal should be fundamental change Why having the right people in place should be the first step About key parts of his project - process, attraction, onboarding and retention How hiring Employed and Self-Employed people offers different challenges Why it's important not to be destracted by shiny tech, and it's important to do your homework That positioning Resourcing as a key strategic business partner has been the most important thing he has achieved Why TA doesn't need a seat at the main board! About the key changes he has made from a tech perspective How recruiter experience can be as important as candidate experience Why automation tech isn't about headcount reduction, it's about headcount optimisation

23 MINJUN 14
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Ben Gledhill on Recruitment Transformation

Gary Manning on Recruiting for startups

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Gary Manning of Touch Surgery about life as a recruiter in a fast-growing startup, some of the challenges and his advice as to how to overcome them. They talked about... Gary's time with King, and his new role with Touch Surgery The unique people challenges startups face, and how adjusting to startup life can be a challenging experience Why knowing who you are, your values and communicating your purpose is key to attracting people when competition for talent is so high Why the role of a TA person in much broader than just recruitment in a startup The importance of delivering a positive candidate experience - think fast & slick How treating each piece of recruitment as a project (with a process) is key to consistantly good hiring outcomes Why kick-offs (think job briefings) and washups are essential - with the latter creating great data for providing feedback, and for developing onboarding and learning plans How to handle pushback from hiring managers, and why it's important to get them to stick to a process That when you're the first person in a new TA team, it's important to go in with your eyes open. Network, attend events, spend time with peers.

24 MINMAY 31
Comments
Gary Manning on Recruiting for startups

Jim Stroud on why he's the Bruce Willis of Talent Acquisition

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Jim Stroud of Click IQ on a whole heap of stuff - the majority of it related to hiring, much of it about AI, some of it about his shoes (or lack of). We heard: Why he sheds his shoes when presenting (think Die Hard) How Bank of America increasing their minimum wage may have some unintended consequences What IBM's ability to predict whether someone is leaving - via AI - means for employees Whether AI can be truly unbiased, and if it can be more or less human (than humans) How a restaurant chain accidentally discriminated against certain communities Why New York State barring marijuana testing is as much about a talent shortage as it is about relaxing drug laws For more great content, check out https://academy.clickiq.co.uk/

25 MINMAY 8
Comments
Jim Stroud on why he's the Bruce Willis of Talent Acquisition

Helen Durkin of Indeed on Building a high-performing Employer Brand

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Helen Durkin of Indeed on the subject of Employer Branding. We heard: Some of the specific challenges Indeed face How getting support internally is vital The crossover between employer and corporate brand How to build awareness in new markets Why listening to feedback - internally and externally - is essential Why developing employee ambassadors/advocates is vital, and how to do it organically Tips for those starting out on their employer branding journey For more great content, check out https://academy.clickiq.co.uk/

24 MINAPR 10
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Helen Durkin of Indeed on Building a high-performing Employer Brand

Kirstie Kelly on Employee Wellbeing as a Competitive Advantage

In this episode, Alan Walker speaks with Kirstie Kelly on the subject of wellbeing in the workplace. We heard: What this wellbeing "stuff" is all about Who is responsible for wellbeing (employee or employer?) The commercial reasons why wellbeing is important The costs to the economy of poor mental health and wellbeing How a company can tell whether they're providing an environment that enables wellbeing How an individual can assess their own wellbeing Where an organisation should start, when building its own wellbeing programs Some examples of wellbeing initiatives that have been proven to work The difference between wellbeing in small Vs large organisations How technology can help with wellbeing For more great content, check out https://academy.clickiq.co.uk/

21 MINMAR 15
Comments
Kirstie Kelly on Employee Wellbeing as a Competitive Advantage

Chris Stewart on Content, Careers Sites and Social Media

Chris Stewart and Alan Walker discuss content, career sites and social media – and how they all play a part in a highly effective recruitment marketing strategy. In this conversation with Chris we discussed: Where recruitment teams should start, when starting to produce content. Why creating content doesn’t need to be difficult, or expensive. The power of video content, as the medium of choice when trying to drive engagement with graduates. How you find out which type of content will work for your audience. Which channels are most effective for distributing content. Whether tailoring content for particular channels is important. If SnapChat is an effective recruitment channel. How to build an award-winning career site, and how long it takes, and which functions to partner with. Turning employees into brand ambassadors (and keeping them there). Social media as a recruitment tool, it’s effectiveness for specific campaigns and how to use it to attract talent. For the video of this i...

18 MINMAR 14
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Chris Stewart on Content, Careers Sites and Social Media

Tom Baker on Managing your Employer Brand

Tom Baker and Alan Walker talk about where an organisation should start with their employer brand strategy. How to bring it to life; which colleagues to partner with; measuring the effectiveness of your employer brand strategy –and the importance of purpose. In this interview with Tom, we learnt:- Where an organisation needs to start with their employer brand strategy The role of the employee value proposition (EVP) in employer brand How an organisation defines their EVP The importance of tailoring your EVP, for particular talent segments How to activate your employer brand and the channels to use Why perfection isn’t necessary from day one and your brand can be built on Which colleagues recruitment teams need to collaborate with, to ensure the success of their employer brand What organisations can do about the stuff that is hard to control (Glassdoor etc) How organisations can turn their employees into advocates The basic requirements of a career site, and how to deal with a lega...

22 MINMAR 14
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Tom Baker on Managing your Employer Brand

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