Kathleen Quinn Votaw

  • How to leverage your corporate culture

    How to leverage your corporate culture Webinar-on-Demand

    Watch the webinar “Culture by Design, not Default” with TalenTrust’s Kathleen Quinn Votaw Why should a CEO care about corporate culture? Because employees care about it. Employees want much more than a job. They want to be part of something rewarding, engaging and purposeful. They want to contribute to a company in a meaningful way. As

  • Creating a culture by design

    Creating a culture by design

    Culture is more than just a boardroom buzzword. It is a “must-have” rather than a “nice to have” for today’s companies. In the same way that marketing sets the table for sales, culture sets the table for recruiting and retaining top talent. It also plays a critical role in the long-term performance of a company.

  • Developing your company’s talent pool

    Developing your company’s talent pool video

    “You need sales pipelines for your candidates.” — TalenTrust CEO Kathleen Quinn Votaw   Always Be Cultivating According to the Vistage Worldwide Guide to Talent Planning for the Middle Market CEO, a company should constantly fill its pool of talent with likely prospects for a variety of roles. This is a solid strategy to address the

  • Market your strong employment brand and attract top talent

    Market your strong employment brand and attract top talent On-Demand Webinar

    Watch TalenTrust’s webinar: Leverage Your Employment Brand to Attract Top Talent Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments in Seattle, dramatically shifted his company’s hiring brand from unknown to known when he slashed his own pay and raised the annual salary for his 120 employees to $70,000. Dan and his company were thrust into the spotlight

  • Innovative ideas for hiring & keeping great people

    Innovative ideas for hiring & keeping great people

    The labor market is hot, and talent shortages can restrict your growth The latest hiring statistics are pretty alarming. Despite overall economic growth in the United States being softer this year than expected, unemployment is at 5% and 3 in 4 employed workers are either actively seeking or are open to new job opportunities. This

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