Finding new talent can be an exciting task for you as a leader but also a bit daunting. You want to pick a great new teammate, and there's a lot to consider! In this video, learn how to give an interview that gives both sides of the table clarity and enthusiasm. Also, explore hidden groundswells of talent you can tap into to build your team.
(slow upbeat music) … - As a leader, you want the A team. … - And so does every other leader. … - And that's the challenge. … Finding new talent can be really exciting. … But it can also be kind of daunting, … because you want to pick a new teammate, … but there's a lot to consider. … - There's a lot of pressure. … And the first step is to find a big pool of talent. … And you might have a list of candidates given to you by HR, … in which case, you have a great starting point. … Or maybe you don't have an HR department … and you're kind of left to your own devices … to find new talent. … Regardless, you want to lean on your network … to get the word out that you're hiring. … But be particularly careful about bias here. … Don't jump into a pool of candidates … that are all in the same circle you're in. … - Right, just because you worked at a software company, … or you went to an Ivy League. … That doesn't mean those are the only places … where you can find good people. … - Right, a strong team is diverse in gender and race, …
- Aligning your team and setting goals
- Holding high-impact one-on-ones
- Delivering feedback
- Navigating team conflict and change
- Recruiting talent
- Leading through disruption