A thorough breakdown of how the design thinking process works
The 5 key steps to walk through each time you encounter a new problem
A series of new recruiting/People Ops strategies that Lever has built with a design mindset
How you can leverage the design thinking approach on your own team
“I’m not very creative.” Have you ever said this about yourself? What if we told you that creativity is not a trait that you’re born with, but a skill that can be learned to help you in your job? What if we told you that creativity is not about drawing or being ‘artsy’, but developing problem-solving skills that can be applied to various types of situations – including, yes, talent acquisition and HR.
There’s a lot of buzz around “design thinking,” but it’s far more accessible and useful than you might think. We’d like to invite you to learn more about this concept in a webinar led by Lever. The Lever team employed design thinking to build their disruptive recruiting software in the first place, and today, it underpins both their product and business. In the People Ops department in particular, design strategies have spurred competitive advantages in recruiting and culture-building. We’ll share their best tips for spreading creative problem-solving in your organization.
For talent acquisition leaders, the design thinking approach can be incredibly powerful. Instead of focusing on external solutions to borrow from, it can help you discover fresh ideas that can only come internally: from you, your culture, and your team.