Podcasts by Lou Adler – Work Matters Series

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Creating an Extraordinary Candidate Experience Requires a Bar Raiser Program

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In order to hire extraordinary people, you need an extraordinary job and an extraordinary candidate experience (CX). Unfortunately, most companies think the CX starts when candidates apply for a job and ends when an offer is accepted. Lou Adler contends this is too narrow a time-frame since it’s only focused on meeting the needs of only people who apply rather than those who should have.

In this fascinating webcast, Lou will continue his disruption of the hiring process by offering his perspective on what it really takes to create an extraordinary CX.

This podcast is part of The Hiring Machine®, our self-paced Performance-based Hiring training platform. If you have questions or want to engage with us on a sales hiring project, fill out the contact us form on our website.

Hiring High Performance Sales Reps

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In this podcast Lou Adler goes step-by-step through what he contends is a barometer for a company’s entire hiring process. Using this process you will only need to phone screen 10-12 people to interview 3-4 people in-person to wind-up with one great hire. Whenever these metrics are exceeded the problem is either due to ineffective sourcing or weak recruiting or assessment skills. In this podcast you’ll learn how to identify outstanding talent who will not only raise the talent bar at your company but also will accept a fair offer. 

This podcast is part of Win-Win Hiring, our self-paced Performance-based Hiring learning platform. 

The Power of the Exploratory Phone Screen

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In this podcast Lou Adler goes step-by-step through what he contends is a barometer for a company’s entire hiring process. Using this process you will only need to phone screen 10-12 people to interview 3-4 people in-person to wind-up with one great hire. Whenever these metrics are exceeded the problem is either due to ineffective sourcing or weak recruiting or assessment skills. In this podcast you’ll learn how to identify outstanding talent who will not only raise the talent bar at your company but also will accept a fair offer.

This podcast is part of Win-Win Hiring, our self-paced Performance-based Hiring learning platform. 

Hiring for Performance Not Skills

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Frequently hiring managers make the excuse that they don’t have enough time to spend with the recruiter to discuss a new job. Instead they want the job posted right away. In this podcast Lou Adler describes how this approach wastes more time than it saves and how to convert a 45-minute conversation into stronger hires.

Podcast - Become Performance-based Hiring Certified

Performance-based Hiring Certification Overview

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In this podcast we are introduced to the benefits of becoming Performance-based Hiring Certified.

Handling Compensation

How to Determine a Candidate's Internal Driver of Success

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In this podcast Lou Adler answers the common candidate question, “What’s the compensation.” Adler suggests a non-answer to understand what drives the person to excel. If your job matches this you need to pay the person whatever they need.

Work Matters - SMARTe Podcast 1.3

How to Conduct a Pre-hire Performance Review being SMARTe

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In this podcast Lou Adler introduces the concept of using a pre-hire performance review to assess candidates. Lou contends that we hire strangers using different criteria than hiring acquaintances and that the subsequent performance of acquaintances is more predictable. A pre-hire performance review allows everyone to be assessed the same way – on their past performance. As you’ll discover using this process your interviewing accuracy will soar in addition to the quality of the people you hire.

Work Matters - MSA Question Podcast 1.2

The Most Important Interview Question of All Time

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In this podcast Lou Adler introduces the most important interview question of all time. This is a summary of his post on LinkedIn that had over 1 million reads. Try to answer the question Lou poses in the podcast and you’ll immediately see why it is the most important interview question of all time.