In October 2008, I started writing a blog called Recruiting Future, and over the next seven years, I regularly documented the changes that were happening in talent acquisition. As part of my blog, I started publishing interviews with industry practitioners, sometimes as videos but often as audio files embedded in my blog posts. I called these “Recruiting Future Expert Interviews”. I soon realised that I had found something I absolutely loved doing and looked for ways of going all in and making this a bigger part of my work.
The growth of podcasting gave me the opportunity I was looking for. On the 10th of January 2015, I published Episode One of The Recruiting Future Podcast. It was far more challenging to make than I expected, and the sound quality left a lot to be desired, but I didn’t care. I was all in and would focus on building a resource to help talent acquisition make sense of the radical transformations ahead.
Eight years and 499 episodes later, here we are. I’m still blown away by everything the podcast has achieved. None of it would be possible without the fantastic people I get to interview, the brilliant, supportive sponsors, and all of you who listen and spread the word about the show.
For the 500th episode, I thought I would do an Ask Me Anything episode as something a bit different. Thanks to everyone who submitted a question, and I’m sorry that I couldn’t include them all; what follows is a representative sample of the kind of topics people were asking about.
This episode features questions from:
Topics covered include:
Strategic Talent Acquisition, Conversational AI, Future Skills in Talent Acquisition, Recruitment Marketing, Assessment and Podcasting.
Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.
A full transcript will appear here shortly.
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