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The Emotionally Intelligent Recruiter

By Caroline Stokes

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People leaders (that’s you!) are recruiters for your company. Whether you are a CEO, CHRO, COO, recruiter, sourcer, HR Director, AI specialist or manager of your firm: you are a human hiring another human to reach the big hairy audacious goals you’ve promised both your shareholders and customers. At The EI Recruiter, we love tech and human advancement. Podcast host Caroline Stokes has been in the heart of tech internationally for 27 years and advocates for organizations to adopt tech in order to achieve benchmarks faster. Many EI Recruiter podcast conversations spotlight various new technologies that can enhance your company’s operations. But tech is only one piece of a much larger puzzle. At the EI Recruiter we believe that if work is to be meaningful, it has to first be human. Beyond tech, this podcast was created to help develop the many lenses of emotional intelligence to move you and your company forward. In Season One, we spoke with guests across the emotional intelligence spectrum. We talked to bestelling authors including Kim Scott, Dorie Clark, Warren Berger, David Meade, Darrell West, Marshall Goldsmith, and Dr. Annie McKee with the goal of helping people leaders learn to adapt to the changing landscape of work. We also spoke about the tech and marketing aspect of business with employer brand leaders including Graeme Johnson, Erin Wilson, Bryan Chaney, and machine learning leaders including Beth Porter, Ulrik Juul Christiansen, Dr Charles Handler, and Raghav Singh. The conversations were enlightening, entertaining, and inspiring. They are required listening for any people leader wanting to increase emotional intelligence to improve their company’s performance. Our conversations spotlighted the latest trends in organizational leadership; knowing these trends will enhance your ability to compete in the talent wars. Season Two springboards off the first season to do a deeper dive on the challenges facing people leaders on the cusp of the fourth industrial revolution. We are excited to have you join the conversation.

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Massive Insights!

Finally! Someone approaching the issues of recruting talent with intelligence, warmth, verve and insight. highly recommended

An important conversation

This podcast comes at a time when the world of work is rapidly changing and with it the way employees and employers find each other. Recruiters are a key piece to this puzzle and need to be thinking, acting, and reacting in ways that may stretch them beyond their comfort zones. The line-up in the first few episodes is impressive and I love what they contribute to this important conversation.

A Valuable Perspective

Coaching executives in career transition, I have seen too often how the function the recruiter serves is transactional. On her podcast, Caroline Stokes provides a valuable range of perspectives to help both recruiters and job candidates see the value they can bring to each other in the hiring process to increase their mutual success and satisfaction.

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