Tracy Levine, Forbes Coaches Council

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Big Thinks April 2021 Cover Tracy Levine Forbes Coaches Council and CEO Advantage Talent Inc

Hiring Goes Hybrid: Social Recruiting is Overtaking Traditional Methods of Hiring

The internet has facilitated the most significant impact on how we get hired. For your career to continue to experience growth and expansion, it is crucial that you know where to be seen and heard online. Getting hired in 2021 will require a multi-faceted approach, including targeted resumes and applying for jobs online while capitalizing on the new innovative ways hiring managers are using the internet and social media for hiring.

Big Thinks April 2021 Alicia Alfonso

Social Impact: Going Hybrid

The world is no longer split between social impact and non-social impact. We’ve entered a time when every organization, government, and citizen is expected to improve the world around them in one way or another.

Big Thinks March 2021 Lisa Musich Contributor

From Self-Destruction to Self-Disruption

In today’s market, candidates (and employees) are experiencing the same dynamic pressures that affect SaaS and other technology products. By thinking of themselves as products and applying the same practices and techniques that lead to market success, they can remain current and meet the rapidly evolving needs of the most elite employers. Those that don’t will continue to fall further and further behind.

Big Thinks March 2021 Michelle Galvani Contributor

Degrees or Skills?

Current wisdom states that companies are hiring skills over degrees. Why doesn’t it feel that way?
In the news: The story is disheartening, especially for the younger generations. 52% of recent college graduates are either unemployed or underemployed.

Remote Work Allows More Inclusive Hiring

With remote working, the time has arrived for all to think about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) through a much broader lens than before. Companies have been primarily focusing on increasing diversity of gender and race and have spent less focus on creating an inclusive environment for people with diverse abilities and disabilities.

Big Thinks March 2021 Alicia Alfonso Big Thinks Contributor

Social Impact Companies Need to Restructure To Survive

Enterprise level companies with billions of dollars at their disposal are quickly going to make start-up and small-to-medium size businesses (SMBs) obsolete unless they quickly adapt and change. It’s not possible to compete with Fortune 500 companies that decide to step into their space. With billions of dollars available to them, they can do things more quickly, more efficiently, and with quicker impact than start-up and SMBs that likely had the idea first. With the world calling on all companies to be Organizations for Good, Social Impact Companies need to restructure to survive.