Dawn Burke brings new online training and workplace solutions offering to Three Ears Media
BOULDER, January 29, 2019 -- HR veteran and industry thought leader Dawn Burke has joined Three Ears Media as COO and Partner. With the addition of Dawn, Three Ears Media will expand its offering to help hiring teams redefine their hiring cultures and improve end to end candidate experience with training, candidate experience assessments and custom strategy creation. In addition, she will help companies identify, understand and strategically leverage their overall corporate cultures to differentiate from their competition.
Dawn brings practical, real-world experience that will give Three Ears Media client a unique advantage. “This is an exciting opportunity to change the way our clients build their corporate cultures and hiring culture - from the moment of candidate click on a careers page all the way to on-boarding. I’m looking forward to growing the Three Ears Media team and offering,” said Burke.
Dawn will immediately be joining the team and launching the following offerings.
To book services and custom training with Dawn or the rest of the Three Ears Media team, go to https://www.threeearsmedia.com/contact.html
About Three Ears Media
Three Ears Media, founded in 2018 and led by Dawn Burke and Katrina Kibben, helps modern talent leaders redefine and evolve their hiring culture to build better teams and make better hires. Through training, candidate experience assessments and custom strategy creation, they have helped over 30 companies create compelling candidate experiences and strategic content to attract highly qualified talent in a tight labor market. To learn more go to ThreeEarsMedia.com.
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Dawn Burke never thought HR would be her career. After tiring of the irregular schedule that comes with working in retail management, she decided to make a change – and eventually rose from administrative assistant to director of HR. After a decade at one company, she accepted a VP of people role at a tech organization in Birmingham, Ala.
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