Every month we review the most popular SocialTalent content on the platform. June has just finished, and as lockdown all over the world continued to exist at various levels, we were pleased to see that so many of your continued with your e-learning! Here are the top courses for June.
5. Working Remotely: Your Step by Step Guide
As social creatures who crave routine, it’s hard to set up a routine when you’re working remotely or distributed. In this mission, you’ll learn practical tips as well as the personal motivations you need to create a productive routine and maintain connection to your colleagues while remote working. We’ll also show you how to make virtual meetings more impactful, rather than just swallowing large chunks of your day.
4. Working the Funnel: KPIs for Recruiting Success
Most recruiting functions measure KPIs, but are they the right ones? What insight can those KPIs shed on the success of our process? Just one indicator can reliably predict the success of our recruiting work. Can you guess what it is?
3. Why Storytelling for Empathy?
Empathy is a soft skill that can be hard to develop individually and among teams. This course shows how the art of personal storytelling can build relationships and understanding among everyone at your organisation.
2. Influencing with Communication & Know the Hiring Manager
Both from the same programme with John Vlastelica, you’ll learn how to influence those around you in the business who’s actions and capability massively impact your conversion and funnel metrics that are out of your control. Starting with Knowing the hiring manager, learn to build relationships, raise the bar on their expectations and diagnose performance issues. Influence through communication, and play the role of talent advisor where you lead and influence.
1. The Cultural Differences in Essential Communication
Business are becoming ever more globalised, and working virtually with colleagues and clients from all four corners of the world is now the norm. However, have you ever experienced a misunderstanding with someone from a different culture where you thought you were clear? Or have you made a faux pas without realising it with an important client from a different country and culture? Cultural differences are nuanced but important, and understanding those nuances helps us all to work collaboratively and aligned on the same objectives. In this mission, we’ll look at some of the most important research around cracking the culture code and apply it to how we work day to day, and how we recruit for increasingly globalised teams and organisations
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