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Bentley Lewis

The Recruitment Show

How long should you stay in the same job?

How long should you stay in the same job?

Worried about being considered a job hopper if you change companies too often? Lewis and Aldo give us their insights.

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Building your talent pipeline

Building your talent pipeline

Not all candidates are made the same! So why should your outreach be? Building and maintaining a talent pipeline of candidates who are ready to fill open positions when they become available is business critical. Talent pipelines can help you forecast time to hire, gauge interest for your positions, and how to position yourself in the market. Candidate.ID CEO Adam Gordon takes us through the key steps to building and managing our talent pipeline.

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Preparing for leadership

Preparing for leadership

Transitioning into a leadership role is one of the most challenging career moves. Whether you're going for an internal or external position, it's often difficult to land the role without prior experience. To give yourself the best opportunity there are things we can do to give ourselves the best chance. It begins with understanding what motivates you and being authentic. Think about ways to continue to learn and develop. Lewis and Aldo give us an insight on some of the skills and mindset to prepare for a leadership role.

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Change your mindset

Change your mindset

Many people have shared that stress has a major impact on their lives. We've learned that stress itself is not inherently problematic; the problem arises when you have a negative, destructive, or unproductive response to stress. Alice Law, stress and anxiety coach, founder at Lawali Life, gives us her insights on one simple solution: changing your mindset. This strategy is effective in all aspects of life, including the workplace.

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Climbing the mountain

Climbing the mountain

With today’s careers, it is more common than ever before to change directions multiple times in your life. This can happen in the course of a graduate program where perhaps the career you came looking for now looks different to you as your experiences have grown. Lewis and Aldo give us an insight on the start of their career journey.

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