This week on the JobSync Recruitment Marketing Roundtable we are focusing on what some say will be a Talent War this summer and how you can prepare according to our next guests, Michael Sarraille and George Randle, with having a Talent Mindset.
Some are predicting this summer to be one of the most challenging moments to hire in recent times. If you aren’t planning and thinking about how you will be recruiting this summer then this may be the most well spent hour of your week!
We will focus on why adopting a Talent Mindset is possibly the single greatest weapon in the war for talent. We will also discuss how organizations who reflect this mindset have talent acquisition teams that are unstoppable in attracting the best talent.
Mike Sarraille is the CEO of EF Overwatch, an executive search and talent advisory firm, and leadership consultant with Echelon Front. He is a former Recon Marine and retired US Navy SEAL officer with twenty years of experience in Special Operations, including the elite Joint Special Operations Command.
George Randle is Managing Partner at the Talent War Group and the Strategic Advisor to EF Overwatch, former US Army officer, and Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition at Forcepoint, a human-centric cybersecurity company. George has more than two decades of experience in talent acquisition at Fortune 100 and Fortune 1000 firms.
We will discuss:
- Are HR and talent acquisition teams properly structured for today’s business environment?
- What is the Talent Mindset?
- What is a company’s strongest competitive advantage?
- Why is Special Operations so good at picking talent?
- How businesses can thrive by focusing on talent?
As always- no sales pitches. No boring presentations. Just good conversation.
CEO, Talent War Group
Mike Sarraille is the Founder and CEO of Talent War Group, an executive search and talent advisory firm. He is a former Recon Marine and retired US Navy SEAL officer with twenty years of experience in Special Operations, including the elite Joint Special Operations Command.
Managing Partner & CO-Director of Talent Advisory, Talent War Group
George Randle is the Managing Partner & CO-Director of Talent Advisory at Talent War Group, former US Army officer, and Vice President & Head of Global Talent Acquisition at Forcepoint, a human-centric cybersecurity company. George has more than two decades of experience in talent acquisition at Fortune 100 and Fortune 1000 firms.
JobSync has been recognized as a HR Tech Award winner for Best Innovative or Emerging Tech Solution by Lighthouse Research & Advisory. Joining JobSync is a distinguished group of award winners which includes Paychex and Salary.com.
“We are excited to be recognized by Lighthouse Research for our innovation around removing friction in the application process, driving more quality candidates, reducing the time to hire, and syncing the various systems employers use to source and hire new talent. Even more importantly though, these innovations enable recruiters to get back to recruiting by removing redundant tasks from their day!!” said Alex Murphy, JobSync’s CEO.
“With JobSync, you’re adding new tech and functionality while also reducing time on administration. Nice!” said Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer, Lighthouse Research & Advisory
The HR Tech Awards program was begun in 2020 by the team at Lighthouse Research & Advisory as a way to highlight HR Tech providers that are serving clients well across a variety of capabilities, from SMB to enterprise and across the range of talent acquisition, employee experience, learning, and more.
JobSync, an HR Tech Start-up working to create better candidate experiences by fixing the broken apply process many companies face, today announced the hire of David Bernstein as VP of Partnerships and Industry Relations.
“I could not be more excited than I am to have David join our team. In his new role, David will spearhead the development and expansion of partnerships with Job Boards, ATSs, and other key service providers in the talent acquistion space. David brings an incredible set of experiences…