INCLUSION RECRUITING provides the most powerful advice for recruiting a diverse workforce. This is not the same tired compliance based information about recruiting minorities. This book is much bigger than that. The information you will receiveMoreINCLUSION RECRUITING provides the most powerful advice for recruiting a diverse workforce. This is not the same tired compliance based information about recruiting minorities. This book is much bigger than that. The information you will receive provides the foundation for recruiting, HR, and diversity practitioner to become more strategic and impact the bottom line by providing a holistic approach to hiring the best talent - that happens to be diverse and inclusive.
Youll discover valuable insights such as: Why Diversity Recruiting is DEAD! The Top 10 Greatest Myths of Diversity Recruiting The Driving Forces that supports the Business Case for Inclusion Recruiting The Four Stages of Inclusion Recruiting The 14 Characteristics of a Great Inclusion Recruiter How to Develop a Comprehensive Inclusion Recruiting Strategic Plan How to Create an Employer Value Proposition for ALL Candidates Why Thinking like Donald Trump will get your more Diverse Candidates The #1 Boolean Search String to produce Diverse Candidates The Top 8 Diversity Sourcing Techniques How to the Close and hire more Diverse Candidates How to Leverage Social Media for Branding, Sourcing, and Recruiting to build a Diverse Pipeline of Talent A Comprehensive List of Professional Associations and Groups on LinkedIn (both diverse and non-diverse).
The primary purpose of this book is to: Shift the traditional thought process of how diversity recruiting is perceived and defined. Ensure that the new thought process is more inclusive. Identify the critical factors that increase the chances of successfully branding, sourcing, and recruiting diverse talent at all levels - from entry level to Executives.
Who should read this book? Talent Acquisition Professionals HR Professionals Diversity Professionals Hiring Managers Corporate Executives One of my favorite movies is the Matrix. Within the first 30 minutes of the movie there is a scene where Morpheus is asking Neo if he wants to know the truth? Does he want to know about The Matrix? As Morpheus begins to close the dialogue with Neo, he offers him the final opportunity to learn about the Matrix by giving him the choice of taking one of two pills - the blue one or the red one.
If he takes the blue one, Neo will go back to his normal life as it was before he met Morpheus. If he takes the red pill, he will then find out the truth of the Matrix! As you may know, Neo took the red pill and found out the truth of the Matrix and that he was the ONE! Now! You may be wondering what in the heck do the Matrix, Neo, Morpheus, red and blue pills have to do with Diversity, Inclusion, and Recruiting?
Well, this book is the red pill. It is the truth about Diversity Recruiting, which I now call Inclusion Recruiting. I will get to why I call it Inclusion Recruiting shortly. Over the past 20 years, I have had the opportunity to be involved with numerous projects that involved recruiting diverse talent for various Fortune 500 Companies.
I have seen companies have success and failure in those efforts. Those experiences have been as an internal Corporate HR/Recruiting professional, or as an external consultant and advisor. It is a combination of those experiences that have led me to create a comprehensive guide to diversity recruiting in Corporate America.
And of course, I will be putting a unique spin on how to ensure your success. The Death of Diversity Recruiting As you may know, the concept of Diversity has gone through various changes over the last 40 or so years: 1960s - Affirmative Action 1970s - Assimilation and Compliance 1980s - Valuing Diversity 1990s - Managing Diversity Y2k - Creating Inclusion The causes of death are as follows: Diversity Fatigue Lack of Understanding Lack of Accountability Downturn in the Economy