Fitness and wellness tech is a growing and increasingly competitive category. My executive search firm, Stronger Talent, recently completed a large study in order to provide insights into the current state of gender diversity for the sector. Our research led to our publication of Female Leaders in Fitness and Wellness Tech. This article features some of the key findings from our research. Note: you can download the full report for free here.
Fitness tech is a growing and increasingly competitive sector. My executive search firm, Stronger Talent, recently analyzed the backgrounds of more than 300 fitness tech executives in order to provide insights into hiring trends and recruiting strategies for the sector. Our research led to our publication of The Fitness Tech Leadership Report. This article features some of the key findings from our research.
It takes a lot of time and energy to recruit and hire a top candidate for a key role. The last thing that you want is for your top choice to withdraw from your interview process. In this article, you will learn the five main reasons why candidates drop out. You will also learn how to get more candidates to consider your opportunities and to accept your job offers.
One of the most common recruiting questions that CEO’s and hiring managers have asked me lately is “Should we hire a local candidate or a candidate who will always be remote?” Ultimately, it depends on several factors covered in this article.
There are pros and cons of interviewing someone on video instead of in-person. In this article, you will learn three keys for success when you conduct a video interview with a candidate.
Job postings are a cheap way to generate a lot of candidates quickly, and that is why many companies still use them. It is not uncommon for a top employer to receive hundreds or even thousands of applications for a publicly advertised role. However, job postings rarely attract the best, most qualified candidates- especially at the executive level.
When you start a new job, it is incredibly valuable to have someone other than your boss who understands your role and who can answer questions and provide relevant perspective and advice. In this article, we will look at the power of a peer mentor.
During a new hire’s first few weeks, it’s especially important to make sure that someone feels comfortable and supported. This article features a key strategy to help someone get off to a smooth start.
Some reports estimate that 20% of new employees resign within 45 days. This article features the #1 key to keep a new employee happy.
This article features three predictions on the long-term impact that COVID-19 will have on executive recruiting. Four recommendations for employers are also included.