Talent Wars - Executive Recruiting Success

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  • Welcome to Talent Wars in a Multi-Cultural and Multi-Generational World. I am Heather Renschler with Ralph Andersen & Associates. I am a Recruiter, a headhunter working on behalf of public agencies. Our firm in searches for talent in a highly competitive world. We advise our clients on selection and recruitment issues. We promote diversity in the workplace. Today, I am joined by XXXXX of XXXXX and XXXX of XXXX.
  • Talent Wars - Executive Recruiting Success

    1. 1. Heather Renschler Executive Search Consultant September 26, 2008
    2. 2. Talent Wars
    3. 3. This is a Multi-Cultural and Multi-Generational World
    4. 5. Today’s Workforce Reality 4 Generations Silents Baby Boomers Gen Xers Gen Ys Aging Workforce  Shrinking Labor Pool  Need for Integrated People Strategies =
    5. 6. A sustainable organization is built through diversity Ethnic Gender Generations
    6. 9. The Best Hiring Managers… … DON’T write job announcements that exclude the best people … realize that it is best to hire TALENT
    7. 11. Look for talented people that make best use of skills and experience. Skills and Experience TALENT
    8. 12. Make the Job Specifications = The Real Job/Career Job Description Skills Performance Profile Knowledge Skills Abilities Experience Competencies Leadership Strategic Vision Record of Success Career Path Lead & Team Examples
    9. 13. A Champion A Tennis Player HAVING DOING
    10. 14. Verify Track Record of Success
    11. 15. After reviewing a Candidate’s career path and each job transition focus the performance based interview on one critical question – no matter what generation you are dealing with.
    12. 16. “ This will be the only question you will be asked at this stage of the interview. You have an opportunity to share your most notable achievement to date in your career.”
    13. 17. LISTEN
    14. 18. What? When? How?
    15. 19. Very High 5 High 4 Medium 3 Low 2 Very Low 1 Skills & Experience Talent Very Low 1 Low 2 Medium3 High 4 Very High 5 Find Measurement Criteria from Entry Level to Senior Executive 1 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 5 25 6 4 6 8 8 9 10 10 12 12 15 15 16 20 20
    16. 20. It is all about DOING Not just HAVING
    17. 21. Expand the “pool” by looking for individuals prepared and ready to make the jump to the next level…
    18. 22. Search for the stars
    19. 23. Success Comes in Achieving a Diverse Candidate Pool
    20. 24. In today’s world, it is not only recruitment of the right people but also retention that becomes the focus.
    21. 25. Critical Issue Retirement and the Brain Drain
    22. 26. “ Today your success depends on retaining experienced employees and transferring their knowledge to a new generation of leaders.” The Society for Human Resource Management
    23. 27. Culture Clash: Tension in Workplace
    24. 28. A workforce comes in many years, makes and models… 1948 1950 1955 1965 1970 1975 1980 1990 1985
    25. 29. Strategic Recruiting Search Process Search Timing Benefit Packages Hours/Conditions Technology
    26. 30. Highlight Total Compensation and Retirement Benefits
    27. 31. Positive Branding for Public Agency = Employer of Choice

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