School of Hiring

Yasmine Guerin Speaks To Konstanty Sliwowski About Negotiating, Diversity & Hiring Inclusion

May 03, 2021 School of Hiring Season 1 Episode 4
School of Hiring
Yasmine Guerin Speaks To Konstanty Sliwowski About Negotiating, Diversity & Hiring Inclusion
Show Notes

Yasmine is founder of Negotiatress, an initiative to help women negotiate authentically for themselves without feeling like they have to give up on their identity. She is a certified mediator and group facilitator with 10 years of experience in conflict resolution in the political, NGO and private sector.

Konstanty Sliwowski  is the founder of the School of Hiring and the CEO of Caissa, a technology focused executive search consultancy. He has 20 years experience in hiring across the EMEA and APAC regions. During his career he has interviewed over 10,000 candidates and personally facilitated 100's of hires. His experience is a treasure trove of anecdotes, personal stories and some mistakes that serve as a backdrop for conversations recorded in this podcast series. 

In this episode of the School of Hiring, Konstanty and Yasmine discuss how negotiating is perceived differently by women and men. They dive into the topic of how negotiating can be better understood by the different sexes and what impact this can have on diversity and inclusion hiring efforts.

Yasmine and Konstanty also take on the topic of interviewing and generally hiring. They look at how hiring processes can be changed to be more inclusive and less intimidating for candidates as well as how organisations can better address the general market need for more diversity hiring.