How to Be a Better Hiring Manager

Thursday, March 9, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jennifer Malach, Executive Coach, 20/20 Career Solutions

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Most hiring managers dread having to backfill a position or find new talent to grow their team. It can be time consuming, frustrating, and costly. However, if managers follow some simple strategies before hiring, they can find the right people more quickly, easily, and cost effectively.

Whether you train managers or are involved in the hiring process in an HR or management role, don’t miss this interactive webcast that will include tips on becoming a better hiring manager.

In this webcast, you will learn how to: 

  • Collaborate more effectively with the hiring team to attract top talent
  • Get people excited about working for you and your company
  • Ask the right interview questions based on what you need from job candidates.


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Jennifer Malach
Jennifer Malach

Executive Coach, 20/20 Career Solutions

Jennifer Malach is a certified executive and career coach and the founder of 20/20 Career Solutions. She has more than 20 years of experience in the professional services and software development industries, including 17 years with Accenture. She has extensive experience in recruiting, interviewing, hiring, coaching, and training teams across North America.

Jennifer received a master’s in industrial/organizational psychology and executive and career coaching certification from New York University. She is a noted panelist, presenter, and workshop facilitator and member of the International Coach Federation. She is certified in Everything DiSC and is a contributor for leading career sites. Jennifer is also a strategy adviser and volunteer coach for Stand Beside Them, a nonprofit that helps military veterans transition back to civilian life and work.