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So I think SSSniperwolf has the best job in the world - watching TikToks all day whilst coin as one of the most popular Youtubers on the planet. This one is actually work relevant - check it out here
Issue #252 published 8 Aug 2021
Very glad to see the awesome Andy Foote finally get onto LinkedIn Live. Here he is dispensing his know-how on the platform we all love to love and hate. Must watch - and do follow Andy
Issue #251 published 1 Aug 2021
Somewhat stilted interview between two awkward-on-camera participants, but it picks up pace, the transcript is excellent and in the end, the content is worthwhile. Take a look
Issue #245 published 20 Jun 2021
Always great to listen to José Kadlec talk about sourcing. Here he is giving a 60 minute talk on sourcing automation and sourcing tools. Excellent for sourcers looking for practical tips on getting better at the job. Video here, slide deck here
Issue #245 published 20 Jun 2021
The hype around NFT’s has died down so now might be a good moment to listen to the artist who arguably pushed it to its peak - Mike “Beeple” Winkelmann - whose digital art sold for $69 million. Fascinating interview, of interest to anyone in the creator economy, blockchain or otherwise interested in a potential future of work
Issue #244 published 13 Jun 2021
Really cool series by Christine Liu - short, to the camera, but well produced presentation in problem / solution format. Do you struggle to speak up in meetings? If you do, this one is for you.
Issue #243 published 6 Jun 2021
Who’s talking? Well Dominic Cummings has been, for 7 hours straight last week, as he gave evidence of the UK government ‘strategy’ to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. Amidst the day long diatribe there was a 5 minute segment devoted to HR, culture, bureaucracy and organisational failure - and whatever you think of Cummings, this is well worth the watch. H/T to brainfooder Colin McNicol for the share in the fb group
Issue #242 published 30 May 2021
Cool interview with Natal Dank and Tom Haak - two smart folks who we should be following. This is a cool interview, have a watch, here
Issue #239 published 9 May 2021
First thing to note is how amazing webex is still around. Get past the somewhat stilted beginning and the conversation with Nazareth Vartanian, Director of Global Engineering & Operations at Facebook, and Navin Singh, Chief Customer Officer of the US Golf Association, turns out to be pretty good. Have a watch / listen here
Issue #235 published 11 Apr 2021
In case you don’t have time to read the 400 page report posted earlier in this newsletter, this 1 hour virtual briefing from the WEF might be your best shot. You need to scroll to 17 minutes mark first though, unless you like the hold music, which is actually pretty good…
Issue #234 published 4 Apr 2021
Fun and accessible video from Vox on how AI is automating the prejudice of human users. When a system needs to be ‘trained’ what the trainers do is simply going to be amplified. Have a watch here
Issue #234 published 4 Apr 2021
More early career focus, this time specifically on University campus recruiting. It’s clearly changed for good - hear why, and how, with brainfooder Steven Rothberg. Excellent conversation between two great personalities in our community.
Issue #233 published 28 Mar 2021
Really well produced interview series hosted by long time brainfooder Dimitar Stanimiroff. It’s early career hiring focus, especially pertinent in the era of remote / hybrid. Have a watch here.
Issue #233 published 28 Mar 2021
Easy watching video on AI - 5 minutes, 3 major methods of machine learning, which allows computers to write their own rules to problem solve and process data. Worth a watch for beginner and expert alike - H/T to brainfooder Stanislaw Wasowicz for the share in the fb group
Issue #232 published 21 Mar 2021
1 hour presentation with the Governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey on the economic outlook of the UK. Make sure you also catch the second half of this with Helene Rey, whose observations were particularly insightful
Issue #231 published 15 Mar 2021
Classic Josh Bersin in this 1 hour presentation on the Future of Recruiting / Future of Work. Essential viewing for anyone who wants to zoom out from the minutiae of the day to day.
Issue #228 published 21 Feb 2021
Another great conversation between two people who probably know more about the HR tech landscape than everyone else combined. It’s Martin Burns with George LaRocque. Have a listen here.
Issue #226 published 7 Feb 2021
Now here are two fellows who I do like rather more - brainfooders Rene Bolier and Felix Wetzel on the role of technology in recruiting and society. Two big brains in a great conversation. Have a watch here
Issue #222 published 10 Jan 2021
Owen Jones interviews Dutch historian and professional rich person shamer, Rutger Bregman on what the future is going to look like. It’s a decent interview from two fellows I don’t like very much, but others, seem to like more. Make up your own mind
Issue #222 published 10 Jan 2021
Wendover Productions produce infrequent but high quality videos, mainly on history and geopolitics, These two end of the year review videos are excellent, because they talk about everything that happened that wasn’t about Covid-19. Part 1 and Part 2 - probably the last review of the year piece you’re going to want to ingest.
Issue #221 published 3 Jan 2021
I actually talk about Bruce Lee in this, whose combat philosophy is totally relevant to the challenges of recruiting and HR in 2021. Thanks to brainfooder Keith MacKenzie for inviting me to freewheel on the future of TA. Have a watch, here
Issue #219 published 20 Dec 2020
Two of my favourite people - Johnny Campbell, CEO of Social Talent and Johnny and Dimitar Stanimiroff, Head of EMEA at Handshake - talk early career hiring on video. Great watch
Issue #217 published 6 Dec 2020
Sometimes you just come across gems on the Internet which somehow have outrageous low view count. This from brainfooder Neil Ewington deserves x10 more. Have a watch of this excellent talk on how remote working with impact recruiting trends.
Issue #216 published 29 Nov 2020
There are some great leaders in the United States - just not enough of them in political office. Here Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian speaks with Andrew Yang on the future of the social contract, and yes, UBI. Have a watch here
Issue #215 published 23 Nov 2020
Well this was a crossover you never knew you needed - NBA superstar Steph Curry interviews inspirational figures, kicking off with Bill Gates. Cute part? Curry asks Gates a few tech interview questions to see how he would answer as a candidate. Fun experiment, maybe something to try with hiring managers. Which could also. be good EB fuel. H/T brainfooder Debbie Widjaja for the share in the fb group
Issue #214 published 16 Nov 2020
Have you heard of ‘No Code’ app development? It is what is says on the tin - the use of code generating technology to build workable apps - without the need for a software developer. Software was always going to eat itself - here’s a demo on how it might work
Issue #212 published 2 Nov 2020
Brainfooder David D´Souza legit gave one of the best talks I’d ever seen and I have since had the time to keep an eye on his all too infrequent speaking engagements. Here he is talking about hotdogs and HR. Worth 50 minutes of your time
Issue #212 published 2 Nov 2020
Carlota Perez is one of the most cogent thinkers in economics today. You tell me she’s going to give you a history lesson in technological revolutions in 3 minutes? I’m going to auto share it in brainfood
Issue #210 published 18 Oct 2020
Google People Cards how-to from brainfooder Sarang Brahme. Well worth a watch for those who want to keep an eye out on a potential move by Google into LinkedIn’s playground.
Issue #210 published 18 Oct 2020
An interesting question posed by non-industry perspectives on the digitisation and automation of the job market. More or less fair? Well worth a watch (and reminder too to read John Sumser’s post on this earlier in the issue) H/T brainfooder Tom Lakin for the share
Issue #209 published 11 Oct 2020
Well does what it says on the tin - 50 different technology tools and sites for diversity hiring. Excerpted from the 2020 Diversity Technology Expo. Have a watch here
Issue #209 published 11 Oct 2020
I’m liking this concept, from brainfood Chief Promoter Adam Gordon - 15 minute interviews with figures from outside the recruiting industry, on what they can us about talent. This week it’s Trevor Carmichael, the Head Coach at Scottish Premier League rugby club, GHA. Have a listen here
Issue #207 published 27 Sep 2020
Perhaps the first sourcing how-to I’ve seen on Discord, the chat & community server app which is all the rage amongst those who hate the facebook. Brainfooders Tris Revill and Wim Dammans on the call, so you better believe it’ll be great. Have a watch, here
Issue #207 published 27 Sep 2020
Great interview with Harold Jarche, a fellow who I had the pleasure of meeting in Lisbon in what seems like a lifetime ago. One smart fellow, who has a better handle than most on what the future of organisations will look like. 40 minute interview here
Issue #206 published 20 Sep 2020
Cool videos by C-suite Spotify who do direct-to-camera monologues on how they are dealing with leadership problems; this one is about how to hire leaders for your business. H/T brainfooder André Hellström for the share
Issue #205 published 13 Sep 2020
Great talk from brainfooder​ Robert Newry, CEO of Arctic Shores, on the game bases assessment, and how it meets the challenge of AI. 25 minute video, great audio - have a look here
Issue #202 published 23 Aug 2020
6 months ago, there would never be a need for a webinar with this title. In our shared new reality, very experienced, skilled and previously in-demand recruiters are now facing the job search from an entirely new perspective. Must attend this one folks - 1 hour with Heads of TA who are on the job search. Register here
Issue #200 published 9 Aug 2020
The inimical Jim Stroud with this highly relevant take on the future of remote work. Answer: yes….employers can, have and will. Huge implications of distributed work, and companies itself as an idea of organising labour. Watch it here
Issue #200 published 9 Aug 2020
Amy Miller has a great Youtube channel - medium length video typically on a single topic relevant to the job. Fun and useful, which is what modern content is all about. Check it out here.
Issue #194 published 28 Jun 2020
The marvellous Carlota Perez on the 5 technological revolutions of the past 250 years. She’s one of the best economists around today folks, and this is a must listen / view presentation
Issue #192 published 14 Jun 2020
Brainfooder Dethra Giles delivers this outstanding talk on how to talk about topics where we might be fearful to offend. We can’t eliminate racial discrimination without talking about racial discrimination Have a watch here
Issue #191 published 7 Jun 2020
I had the honour of being front row for this talk by Dr Steven Jones in Amsterdam last year. His definition of ‘inclusion’ as a condition of psychological safety in the act of publicly disagreeing redefined its meaning to me. Another must watch folks
Issue #191 published 7 Jun 2020
Profound, thought-provoking and hilarious talk by Baratunde Thurston on how we become conditioned to believe in untruths, and how to actually combat the conditioning. Must watch folks
Issue #191 published 7 Jun 2020
Li Jin has done more than anyone to define a new category of work. The ‘passion’ economy is basically the Joe Rogan / Mari Kondo model, and it turns out, maybe a legit way for a few of us to make it in the future world of work. H/T Simon Hammond for the share
Issue #189 published 24 May 2020
This is the sort of webinar we really should be paying attention to - top quality insight from an expert in the field. It’s brainfooder Martyn Redstone with 30 minutes on chatbot strategies
Issue #189 published 24 May 2020
Steph Smith COVID-19 Trends slide deck was a popular post in last week’s brainfood, so I thought you might also enjoy her lecture on it. Need more presentations like this really - less big pictures, more actual data points.
Issue #187 published 10 May 2020
Nick Price of Working Films does an amazing series of video interviews with interesting folk in the recruitment game. Series 2 kicks off with Johnny Campbell, CEO of SocialTalent, who tells of his amazing journey from recruitment agent to chief exec of the leading recruitment training business on the planet. It’s fascinating, witty and honest.  
Issue #58 published 23 Apr 2020
Boston Dynamics make robots. 3 years ago, this thing couldn’t walk. Now it can do backflips and stick a perfect landing. Bio-mimicry is both impressive and frightening. 60 second video - get it watched. 
Issue #58 published 23 Apr 2020
Azeem Azhar is fast becoming one of the leading thinkers in impact of AI / Automation on the future of work. Here’s his keynote at last week’s Europas Awards. Some insightful stuff here, especially on how imperfection equates to scarcity and therefore, value. Worth 12 minutes of your time. 
Issue #36 published 23 Apr 2020
Great to see the great John Sumser, Principal Analyst at HRExaminer on stage sharing his insight on the transition from enterprise to intelligent HR software and solutions. He should do more of this (know you are reading this John!)
Issue #79 published 23 Apr 2020
I missed Josh Bersin at the HRD Summit earlier this year, so rather good to have discovered his talk on Youtube earlier this week. Here he is discussing the five mandates for HR organisations in the coming years - he’s a great speaker and this is a must watch. 
Issue #79 published 23 Apr 2020
Laura Tyson talks with MIT review’s Gideon Lichfield about AI’s impact on the future of work. It’s not jobs but inequality which will spread as a result of automation. And yet focusing on inequality provides no clear vision on what end state we want to achieve. Worth a watch and a ponder. 
Issue #79 published 23 Apr 2020
At #Unleash19 last week, I livestreamed from the front row and was fortunate enough to get keynotes from Josh Bersin, Peter Hinssen and Heather McGowan. Join the group here (answer the questions) and you can find those talks there.
Issue #159 published 23 Apr 2020
This is what we do on Friday’s - review the week + chat with awesome guests such as Andres Blank, Genevieve Wolff Jurvetson, Charlotte Ulvros, Elin Oberg Martenzon, Ahryun Moon, Vineet Vashishta and Max Knupfer. This is Brainfood Food Live - AI in Recruiting - have a watch here.
Issue #129 published 23 Apr 2020
Important watch for anyone who is concerned about privacy but also cool to understand if you do any kind of ad retargeting for your website visitors. And if you manage a company careers page, you really should be doing this. H/T to brainfooder Stan Wasowicz for the share
Issue #174 published 23 Apr 2020
I was in Oslo earlier this week and had the opportunity to watch some outstanding talks, including two from Adrian Furnham - author, psychologist and consultant on assessing for talent. I livestreamed both to the RB FB Group, and you can watch both there - just apply to join and I’ll let you in.
Issue #174 published 23 Apr 2020
20 minutes on Conversation Design, by Scott Ganz. Brilliant talk, an essential watch if you want to develop your thinking about on AI and the conversational interface.
Issue #112 published 23 Apr 2020
Ali Rowghani, head of YC Continuity interviews Gitlab CEO Sid Sijbrandij (W15) about how Gitlab has built a completely distributed company with 160 people. Sid’s top tip? Write everything down. It’s a great interview, must watch for anyone looking at remote working
Issue #138 published 23 Apr 2020
This is actually a pretty cool project. Collecting together the best speeches in a single place? Sounds like a brainfood project of the future to me. In the meantime, this list is more than pretty good.
Issue #138 published 23 Apr 2020
Extraordinary talk from Sara Jane Harvey, AKA Agony Autie on the topic of neurodiversity. As my buddy Jamie Leonard says, this is inspired, heartfelt and educational insight. Watch / listen here.
Issue #113 published 23 Apr 2020
Those of you who follow know I’m a big fan of the CLS series by Nick Price of Working Films. There’s definitely room in recruiting for a longer form interview format, especially when the guests are of this calibre. This week, it’s the legendary Gerry Crispin. It’s a fantastic interview
Issue #61 published 23 Apr 2020
Finally got round to watching this. My friend Bill Boorman’s outstanding talk at this summer’s RECex event, on the many ways in which your information is being gathered and used for hiring. Superb delivery of an important message. Watch it, if you haven’t already done so.
Issue #105 published 23 Apr 2020
So Dean Da Costa probably knows more about Chrome Extensions than anyone on the planet. So when SourceCon get him to give a free1 hour webinar on the topic, you’d better tune in.
Issue #151 published 23 Apr 2020
Claire Lew’s handbook on how to manage your remote team was the most popular read from last weeks issue. She’s followed it up with great presentation, including a slide by slide walk through of the document. Worth a watch folks - do it here
Issue #180 published 23 Apr 2020
I was sorry to miss this event last month - by all accounts, a fantastic schedule which pushed the marble forward on many areas of discussion in D&I. Torin Ellis talks are always a highlight - here it is in full.
Issue #175 published 23 Apr 2020
I had the pleasure of meeting Jo Lockwood for the first time a few months ago at #truLondon. She’s a superb speaker with an inspirational story to tell. This talk at RECex 2018 is the personal story. Must watch folks.
Issue #96 published 23 Apr 2020
David D'Souza is a really good communicator. 22 minute talk on the Future of Work. It’s a great watch - do it here
Issue #100 published 23 Apr 2020
This speech from Dr Steven Jones is one of the best I’ve ever seen on the topic of D&I. Humble, funny, insightful, it’s a 25 minute lesson in the true nature of inclusion - feeling secure to disagree. Must watch, so do it here
Issue #156 published 23 Apr 2020
I’m about to start ‘conference season’ so as person who is not a natural on stage, this primer from David JP Phillips was pretty damn useful. Have a watch folks if you want to get better to landing a message from the stage.
Issue #132 published 23 Apr 2020
Been hanging out with ‘Google’ Dave Hazlehurst recently. He’s an interesting guy - and his business ph.creative - has been pioneering in the employer branding field with it’s emphasis on storytelling. Here he is with a livestreamed Q&A on how to measure your employer brand - it’s a great watch.
Issue #81 published 23 Apr 2020
Simon Sinek and Seth Godin likely have half a billion views already on their various talks on workplace, tribe and productivity. Here they are sharing a stage, doing a 1-2-1. Worth a watch and listen folks. 
Issue #81 published 23 Apr 2020
Can you learn anything from Roy Keane’s management / recruitment style? Not sure really to be honest but here he is at LinkedIn’s Dublin HQ talking recruiting. Thanks to OH subscriber Colin Donnery for the livestream. 
Issue #37 published 23 Apr 2020
So this is an interesting experiment in transparency - Dallas Design Sprints does a live demo on designing for purpose driven employment. Worth a watch on many levels, including the content itself. H/T to brainfooder Chris Raw for the share
Issue #166 published 23 Apr 2020
Brainfooders George LaRoque and Martin Burns run an excellent facebook group called ’Talent Product Plays’ - an excellent place to discover new tech in the staffing space. They also run the occasional webinar, including this free-to-view with LinkedIn’s Sarah-Beth Anders, talking about LinkedIn’s move into the ATS space. It’s a must watch, and the group, is a must join.
Issue #109 published 23 Apr 2020
I am a fan of Joe Mullings. He doesn’t appear on any ‘recruiting thought leader’ list, but he’s in the top 10 of mine. Here he is dropping recruiting truth on Adam Gordon of Candidate ID’s Talent Talks interview show. Follow both these two gents who have big brains and good chat. 
Issue #77 published 23 Apr 2020
I have the pleasure of guesting on this superb interview series from our buddies at Firefish Software. 30 minutes of chat on personal brand / inbound marketing for recruiters. Watch the replay here.
Issue #114 published 23 Apr 2020
I had the honour of appearing in the awesome #GoBeyondResumes show when I was in San Francisco last month. CodeSignals CEO Tigran Sloyan and I talk internal mobility, remote working and the future of recruiting. Great edits so 10 minutes of decent chat - have a watch here
Issue #177 published 23 Apr 2020
Brett Bivens is staking out a space in what I think is a new category of work - creator lead media businesses. With podcasts, IG accounts, Youtube channels and yes, newsletters, there is a growing niche of creator / curators who - I think - a forging a new category of work. Short video monologue from Brett, which is surprisingly listenable.
Issue #171 published 23 Apr 2020
The world of work is changing. But why are we dedicating so much time and energy to discussing the future of work? It’s a question asked by my old boss Azeem Azhar, in this stunningly well produced video interview. Have a watch here
Issue #111 published 23 Apr 2020
Intelligent conversation from two of brainfood’s favourites - Adam Gordon talking social media overload with Lars Schmidt, who makes his second appearance on this weeks issue. It’s a great watch & listen - do it here.
Issue #111 published 23 Apr 2020
There’s been a lot of talk about ‘Agile Recruitment’ over the past 12 months. Refreshing then to hear two fellas who genuinely know about it, talk about it. It’s brainfooders Mark Lundgren and Jose Kadlec with a great video / show & tell.
Issue #111 published 23 Apr 2020
Andrew Ng is perhaps the leading thinker-doer in the realm of AI. Certainly one of the most prominent. Here he is post-Baidu, interviewed by Jason Pontin. Long watch / listen but covers a lot on the future of work.
Issue #42 published 23 Apr 2020
If you’ve been following this newsletter, you might have heard of ’Chad N Cheese’ - probably the best recruiting podcast for breaking tech news. Louise Triance grabs one of the co-presenters Chad Sowash last week to talk Google For Jobs. It’s a must watch / listen folks.
Issue #98 published 23 Apr 2020
Felix Wetzel is one of the smartest people in our business. Here he is giving a talk on the requirement to be human in the age of the machine. It’s part of the excellent RecEx series which you can also check out here.
Issue #98 published 23 Apr 2020
Downside of being stage host at RecFest was missing amazing talks happening on the other stages. The great Torin Ellis, tearing it up with one of the strongest talks of the day. Have a watch here
Issue #145 published 23 Apr 2020
Excellent panel on tech hiring, coming from the tech hiring manager side. We don’t see this often enough the biz, so kudos to our buddies at Workable for putting together. Check it out here
Issue #145 published 23 Apr 2020
Fascinating to-the-camera interview by Michele Gefland on ‘Cultural Intelligence’. Level of discussion is societal but so many nuggets here for workplace anthropologists, especially when looking at normative threats, tight-loose framework of cultural analysis and how to make changes stick. Have a listen here.
Issue #128 published 23 Apr 2020
15 minute interview with legendary analystJosh Bersin on the future of work. Recorded at the HRD Summit 2018 earlier this year. Well worth a watch / listen. 
Issue #72 published 23 Apr 2020
Superb video short on the Japanese phenomenon of Karoshi, - death by overwork, live documentary cut with manga from Kona Shiomachi, an anonymous worker who’s ‘Quit before it kills you’ series has become a viral hit. Worth 10 minutes of your time.
Issue #131 published 23 Apr 2020
All disputes in HR / Recruiting should be resolved via a Rap Battle. Sick beats here as Alexander Hamilton battles Satoshi Nakamoto on central vs crypto currency. Worth 6 minutes of your time
Issue #153 published 23 Apr 2020
Excellent interview with UN Secretary General António Guterres on the ‘splinternet’ between US and China (and perhaps the EU as the third bloc). It’s a macro trend that will impact recruiting and recruiting tech, so have a watch here. 15 minutes
Issue #165 published 23 Apr 2020
Matt Alder and I guested on Workable’s webinar last week to talk tech recruitment and recruitment tech. 1 hours worth of in depth talk on at least 4 stages of the recruitment funnel. Have a watch here
Issue #165 published 23 Apr 2020
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions..“ is the general theme in this interview by Poornima Vijayashanker with Melinda Epler and Wayne Sutton, the Founders of Change Catalyst and Tech Inclusion. It’s time de-scope, folks
Issue #75 published 23 Apr 2020
This is actually really hard to do. But what a fantastic effort from Stefan Mischook, who’s teaching skills are fully on display with this 15 minute explainer of top 10 programming languages. Watch / listen to this if you’re a tech recruiter.
Issue #99 published 23 Apr 2020
So this show definitely got better when I got cut off and had to leave it. It’s Brainfood Live on replay, talking Blue Collar Hiring with Ben Gledhill and Tim Sackett. Entertaining, valuable and maybe profound. Have a watch here.
Issue #150 published 23 Apr 2020
I had the honour of hosting a fireside chat with recruitment luminaries Isabelle Hung and SmartRecruiters CEO Jerome Ternynck. Did EVP exist before the internet? And why nightclubs remain the best place to do (business) deals. Have a watch / listen here.
Issue #108 published 23 Apr 2020
The conversation on diversity & inclusion is paradoxically not diverse or inclusive enough. This talk by Shelley Winner is an important reminder of the many marginalised groups in society who never get a chance. Important talk - have a watch here
Issue #152 published 23 Apr 2020
What is the impact good work design has on the very energy we have as human beings in the workplace? Brainfooder Perry Timms has a view, and tells it with panache in this TedX talk
Issue #87 published 23 Apr 2020
Vinay Gupta on stage talking blockchain. If you want a deeper dive into the true potential of this type of database, then this 20 minute talk is your jam. Give it a listen here
Issue #135 published 23 Apr 2020
We are in the middle of the 4th Industrial Revolution, and this 1 hour documentary from Vice News interviews scientists, entrepreneurs, and policymakers on the paradigm shift we are already experiencing. Essential viewing folks - do it here
Issue #167 published 23 Apr 2020
Exceptional conversation between Azeem Azhar and Penny Mealy on a complex and multi-layered topic - how do people transition to different types of work, especially in the face of automation risk? Essential viewing - so do it here. Download Penny’s slide deck here
Issue #167 published 23 Apr 2020
Some of might know that I do talk show every Friday. Follow the channel if you want to get notified on the episodes. Last week, we did a special on ‘How to Hire on Instagram’ and featured several guests who knew more about it than we did. Replay the show here
Issue #125 published 23 Apr 2020
I’m not sure there’s a more interesting recruiter to follow than Joe Mullings at the moment. Consistent content production, across different mediums, at high cadence and high quality. 2 minute video on the future of recruiting. It’s a worth a watch, and Joe, is worth a follow.
Issue #110 published 23 Apr 2020
In his now annual state-of-innovation talk at the a16z Summit in November 2018, Andreessen Horowitz’ Benedict Evans walks through where we are now in technology. 25 minutes of must watch / listen.
Issue #110 published 23 Apr 2020
Pawel Adrjan, Head of EMEA Research at Indeed, gives a fascinating overview of the global jobs outlook in the Covid-19 era. Must watch
Issue #181 published 23 Apr 2020
We’re all experts at remote conversations by now aren’t we? Not so says Judy Rees, because most of us are not used to having difficult conversations via video only. Very good watch
Issue #181 published 23 Apr 2020
Jack Ma on the future of education / future of work. We should teach kids everything machines cannot do. Real talk from the first true crossover ‘captain of industry’ from China - it’s Alibaba CEO at Davos. 
Issue #68 published 23 Apr 2020
Outstanding Q&A by Matt Buckland who interviews Carol Umhoefer on the implications of GDPR. One hour long, but well worth the listen. Also check out this useful tweet of GDPR resources from Rob Long, Strong work by Workable here. 
Issue #68 published 23 Apr 2020
Joe Mullings and Adam Gordon have been big favourites of this newsletter for a long time. They both produce and contribute great content to the community. What happens when they get together? Find out here, in this excellent video interview. 
Issue #104 published 23 Apr 2020
Louise Triance, Audra Knight and Katrina Collier onscreen talking about women on the speaking circuit. Why so few? Why so hard for event organisers? Nuanced, intelligent and fair discussion on a challenging topic. Watch it here. Also: join #SpeakingForAll and for women who want to get on stage more, add yourself to this spreadsheet (there will be a resource for all gender identities soon)
Issue #104 published 23 Apr 2020
Probably the best 5 minute video you’re going to watch today. Patty McCord is a great thinker and writer, but I didn’t realise she was this good on camera and on air. H/T to brainfooder Amleto Montinari for the share
Issue #122 published 23 Apr 2020
Our buddies at ClickIQ are launching a really great initiative - an academy dedicated to providing content and resources for the recruiter community. There’s also an excellent interview series, hosted by the estimable Alan Walker. I’m in it, taking brand and community building. 20 minutes to have a watch here
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Issue #119 published 23 Apr 2020
We’re talking tech hiring, online marketplaces, inbound vs outbound for engagement and value of online communities. With Pedro Oliveira, Ana Gaspar, Ana Tavares and Alvaro Rojas. Bit of background noise in the beginning, but go with it if you’re into tech hiring. Watch it here
Issue #142 published 23 Apr 2020
The exceptional series from Nick Price continues with this great interview with perhaps the king of interviewers himself, Matt Alder, strategic consultant with Metashift and host at the Recruiting Future Podcast. 
Issue #60 published 23 Apr 2020
Brilliant how-to video on compilers. This is must watch for any tech recruiter who wants a deeper understanding of how computer programming actually works. Accessible enough for any audience interested in tech. 
Issue #60 published 23 Apr 2020
We know by now that human bias is often coded into the algorithms. Kriti Sharma explores how the lack of diversity in tech is creeping into our AI and offers three ways we can start making more equitable systems. Take a look here.
Issue #130 published 23 Apr 2020
We all have zillions of connections these days…but how do we make better connections? Outstanding collection of talks, each with a specific technique on how to do just that. Worth bookmarking this
Issue #92 published 23 Apr 2020
Recorded in front of a live theatre audience in the iconic Regent Street Cinema, RECex is ‘recruitment explained’. Here’s Kevin Green talking about the relationship between in-house and agencies. Most of us are one or the other - give a watch folks.
Issue #95 published 23 Apr 2020
I had the pleasure to speaking with Joe Mullings last Fridy and in 50 minutes he provided enough quality insight to convert any skeptic to the inbound method. It’s the only way to scale says Joe. Check it out here
Issue #133 published 23 Apr 2020
CogX was a fabulous event - the AI in HR and Recruitment stage hosted by brainfooder Ian Bailie was a highlight. Here he is moderating a panel with Melissa Gee Kee and Laszlo Bock
Issue #90 published 23 Apr 2020
Mark Lundgren is putting together an outstanding series in his Sourcing Challenge show. This week, it’s the legendary Aaron Lintz from ThoughtWorks. Must watch / listen for any sourcers out there. 
Issue #91 published 23 Apr 2020
So my buddy Mark Lundgren has been doing an interview series with some of the biggest names in the sourcing business. This week it’s Maisha Cannon from Procore in the USA talking she got started in #sourcing, what it is like sourcing for Google and what to look out for at Sourcecon Budapest
Issue #83 published 23 Apr 2020
Did I read somewhere that Lou Adler had retired? He seems in fine form here at SmartRecruiters Hiring Success Conference earlier this year. Here is his keynote on Measuring Quality of Hire, an excellent watch / listen, from a giant in the industry. 
Issue #82 published 23 Apr 2020
My buddy and long time brainfooder Tris Revill has been adapting growth hacking mindset to the task of people finding. He’s rapidly becoming a ‘must follow’ figure in the world of recruiting. Here he is with a 10 minute mini-guide on how to source on Twitter
Issue #82 published 23 Apr 2020
Bogomil Balkansky is the VP at Google in charge of building Google Hire. Here he is giving a 1 hour product demo, showcasing features, usage and pricing. Check it out folks. 
Issue #41 published 23 Apr 2020
Andrew Yang is the only politician stateside who is speaking the language of recruiting brainfood - future of work, tech unemployment, workforce automation, and - of course - UBI. He’s been testing the concept out of his own pocket - here’s short podcast interview on how then Fassi family spent the money
Issue #170 published 23 Apr 2020
What is the application of chatbots to recruiting? You need to locate it pre-application says OH subscriber Anna Ott. This is an excellent crowdcast with a practitioner on top of her game.  Worth 20 minutes of your day folks. H/T to Louise Triance and Stephen O'Donnell for hosting. 
Issue #39 published 23 Apr 2020
Interesting case study from Jon Stanners on how to hire for your brand when you’re permanently in stealth mode. Recorded talk from one of The Recruitment Events Co’s series of talks - entire channel is worth a subscribe
Issue #88 published 23 Apr 2020
Short, impactful 5 minute interview with IBM Vice President of People and Culture Obed Louissaint. Hard to disagree with the analysis here - AI is going to be a transformational for us all
Issue #161 published 23 Apr 2020
Great video series with inimical Bill Boorman, who’s about town with our buddies at Small Improvements on why feedback is crucial in organisations. Love the production, content and style in this series. 
Issue #78 published 23 Apr 2020
Fantastic interview by UNLEASH founder Marc Coleman who met with tech entrepreneur Vivek Wadwha to talk AI and the future of work. It’s 10 minutes of quality chat between two passionate forward thinkers.
Issue #78 published 23 Apr 2020
I had the honour of moderating the this debate between two titans of the TA / HR scene in Amsterdam last month. 30 minutes of pure gold from Kevin Wheeler and Karen Rivoire. Have a listen and watch here
Issue #157 published 23 Apr 2020
I was delighted to join Adam Gordon for #TalentTalk last week. We’re talking brainfood, blockchain & bots. Special guests Steve Ward, David Hume, Maury Hannigan, Scot McCrae and Billy McDairmid.
Issue #65 published 23 Apr 2020
Fantastic lecture from Joe Mullings on the future of agency recruiting. Great to see this type of thinking emerging from the 3rd party recruiter side. Take a look / listen at this folks, especially if you’re a staffing agency. 
Issue #65 published 23 Apr 2020
Great interview from brainfooder Lars Schmidt and Reddit Chief People Office Katelin Holloway. Culture under conditions of hyper growth. Must watch
Issue #160 published 23 Apr 2020
Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. Fun video, maybe useful.
Issue #148 published 23 Apr 2020
How do you know what you know? Brilliant presentation by renowned child psychologist and AI researcher, Celeste Kidd. Important for those interested in assessment, bias, D&I and AI. Slide deck is great too.
Issue #169 published 23 Apr 2020
CEO of OnRecruit and long time brainfooder René Bolier talks about how to build great relationships at work. Live tutorial recorded by not intended for marketing, this is real talk from one of the best minds in the business - click here to watch / listen.
Issue #103 published 23 Apr 2020
Heard a lot about this talk by Dean Carter, Patagonia’s leader of HR, at last week’s Talent Connect. The endorsements have been unanimous so this is a rare ‘no look’ share from me. Watch along and let me know what you think. 
Issue #155 published 23 Apr 2020
Is recruitment marketing? 90% of it is, says Candidate-ID CEO and brainfood chief promoter, Adam Gordon. I missed this talk, but glad that it’s recorded because it’s really good - on messaging, relationships and the psychology of the ‘buyer’. Have a watch here
Issue #134 published 23 Apr 2020
End of the newsfeed and a big bet on the Facebook Groups. It’s probably a good time to join the Brainfood fb group, which you can do, here. Zuckerberg’s F8 keynote, boiled down to 12 minutes. Facebook is a culture maker, so a necessary 12 minutes of your time. .
Issue #134 published 23 Apr 2020
Greg Hawkes does an outstanding Youtube channel on sourcing. Here, he is turning sourcing skills to the job search - are our super powers any use when we have to use them as a job seeking candidate? You would hope so.
Issue #183 published 23 Apr 2020
We run a livestream every Friday at 4pm BST. Last week, we talked about a topic we all know but don’t really know - programmatic job advertising. Rene Bolier (from the beach) of OnRecruit, Steven Rothberg of CollegeRecruiter and Leah Daniels of Appcast provide 1 hours of outstanding education on the topic. Get it from the horses mouth folks - watch here
Issue #146 published 23 Apr 2020
Mitch Sullivan has long been one of the most interesting commentators in recruitment, mainly setting us right in his uniquely curmudgeonly style. He’s usually writing about it, so this video interview a welcome surprise. Have a watch, listen and no doubt a laugh or two here.
Issue #146 published 23 Apr 2020
I had the honour of introducing John Vlastelica (Founder & Managing Director @ Recruiting Toolbox) to kick off the Brainfood stage at Recfest last month. This video justifies my first impression of wow. Must watch / listen
Issue #146 published 23 Apr 2020
There were no end of great talks at RecFest19 last month. I was fortunate that many of them were on the Brainfood stage. This counts as one of them -Bas Van De Haterd - on the ethical value of assessment technology. Have a watch / listen
Issue #147 published 23 Apr 2020
Garry Turner ran an online summit earlier this year, talking about ‘courage’. I’m pretty certain I don’t have any, so this was a super interesting experiment and - it turned into a great conversation. Have a watch / listen here.
Issue #147 published 23 Apr 2020
Broke the registration and live watch record for this show - I suspect mainly because Erin Mathew, Mark Deubel, Janko Strassburg and Anton Boner are in it. We’re talking ‘How to Message Software developers’ and it was probably our best ever show in terms of content quality - have a watch / listen here
Issue #172 published 23 Apr 2020
Richard Millington has been at the forefront of online community building for nearly a decade. I had the pleasure of meeting him in 2011 when he was more or less just starting out. Here’s a talk of his from last year on how to know whether your community strategy is working - have a watch here
Issue #172 published 23 Apr 2020
Lex Fridman has got the ability to get some amazing guests on his youtube / podcast channel. This interview with Yann LeCun - one of the fathers of deep learning - is a tad technical but excellent primary source for a branch of AI we’re most likely to encounter in software. Worth a dive in
Issue #154 published 23 Apr 2020
I have it under good authority that LinkedIn Live will be piped out via this group in 2020. Will also use the channel to communicate community content, audience stats and analytics. Follow it here to get the events and updates.
Issue #168 published 23 Apr 2020
Video webinar every Friday. Brainfood Live Season One (all 40 episodes) can be found here, and we’ve already got another 40 episodes lined up for Season Two. Superb guests talking AI, Sourcing, Candidate experience, Future of Work, D&I and the rest. Follow the channel here to keep updated on the programming schedule
Issue #168 published 23 Apr 2020
So I don’t like Ben Shapiro but I do like Andrew Yang, the highly unusual Democratic candidate for President in 2020. He’s the only in a crowded field talking about the Future of Work for a start, and every time he comes on air, the more sense he seems to make to me. Have a watch. H/T brainfooder Jacek Gabanowicz
Issue #149 published 23 Apr 2020
Two Engineers walk you through the white board assessment method Google use to validate your coding chops. Interesting video to watch for both recruiters and engineers who might want to work at Google. 
Issue #8 published 23 Apr 2020
Tim Sackett has an unique talent at looking at the recruiting everyday with a fresh perspective that few had thought of before. He’s an essential person to follow in the recruitment / HR space. Follow on twitter and also check out his excellent blog, The Tim Sackett Project, as well watch this 5 minute video on giving feedback to colleagues who have become friends.
Issue #94 published 23 Apr 2020
Incredible 6 hour interview marathon by the awesome Alan Walker at the even more awesome #RecFest19 this week. All the stars are here so give this is blast if you want to hear from the speakers from RecFest as they talk off stage about their experience.
Issue #144 published 23 Apr 2020
Two reasons why this video is being highlighted; first it features my buddy Dr. Richard Claydon talking work culture and second, it highlights the stunning visual storytelling techniques of Let’s Doodle It. Have a watch and listen to this
Issue #127 published 23 Apr 2020