This is a tactics-filled lecture designed for anyone who sits in on interviews, conducts interviews or phone screenings, or is involved in any part of the hiring and recruiting process at their company. Attendees walk away with specific and research-backed techniques including:
- How to improve your sourcing practices to attract a more representative and diverse candidate pool.
- Specific frameworks for creating better job postings, job descriptions, and hiring criteria.
- What specific changes will have the biggest impact on your interviewing practices so they are more inclusive and less open to unconscious biases?
- An easy method to decrease problems in the decision-making phase of hiring.
Our workshops are intimate 25 seat talks. We kindly ask that companies purchasing bulk tickets for their employees purchase no more than six tickets per lecture. Why the limit? We want to ensure these sessions remain open to community members who may not otherwise have access to sessions such as these (all those freelancers, nonprofit workers, microbusiness owners, in-between-jobbers and folks otherwise not employed by a company -- we got your back!).
Each ticket you purchase helps fund our scholarship seats -- two spots at every lecture for a student or non-profit worker to attend for free. If you are interested in being considered for one of the free scholarship seats: Email email@example.com from your school or your non-profit work email address and tell us which workshop or lecture you're interested in and why this sounds helpful to your work or life. Scholarship tickets are first-come, first-serve -- so email us asap :)
BONUS: All workshop attendees receive 11% off anything in the store the day of the workshop - so you can walk away with not just new knowledge but also new tools to boot!
Taught by Paloma Medina, a performance and equity coach and trainer in the tech and design fields, and founder of 11:11 Supply.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on any of our lectures and workshops.
Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on Unsplash
Friday, December 7, 2018