Following the success of their ‘Sound Advice’ podcast series, Scott Bradbury have launched a spin-off podcast to support L&D professionals with issues that are having a direct impact on them today.
The first episode in the ‘Quick Wins’ series features James Fellowes, the co-founder of Bridge of Hope Careers, sharing ideas on how to diversify talent pools to include marginalised or untapped groups. Reflecting on his own personal experience James shares how “a job is the biggest game changer in life”.
James and his team at Bridge of Hope Careers challenge organisations to think of the wider commercial proposition, not just the social and moral imperatives of supporting a more inclusive recruitment process. In the podcast he explains the positive impact that diversity in recruitment can bring to levels of innovation, staff retention and the bottom line.
Catherine de Salvo, Managing Director of Scott Bradbury commented, “Working with James on this podcast reminded me how important it is to look at the recruitment process through the eyes of people that might be applying, who may not be your typical applicant. It’s not just about stating you have diversity in recruitment, it’s about living and breathing it”.
Quick Wins is a spin-off from Scott Bradbury’s regular ‘Sound Advice’ podcast series, to listen to the podcast in full click here.
If you would like to learn more about Bride of Hope Careers refer to their website: https://www.bridgeofhope.careers/