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36 lessons I learned from 2,000 client visits

Have I done 2,000 client visits?Definitely, at least that many. All over the world.*I did not count them, obviously, but one a week over my career, takes me well over that number.So did I learn anything? I like to think so. Do these resonate with you?Just doing a visit is not enough. You have to craft a great meeting.A great meeting is not a ‘friendly chat’. It could be that as well, but it must be an exchange of meaningful information, that ends with a road-map for the future relationship laid…See More
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Have I done 2,000 client visits?Definitely, at least that many. All over the world.*I did not count them, obviously, but one a week over my career, takes me well over that number.So did I learn anything? I like to think so. Do these resonate with you?Just doing a visit is not enough. You have to craft a great meeting.A great meeting is not a ‘friendly chat’. It could be that as well, but it must be an exchange of meaningful information, that ends with a road-map for the future relationship laid…See More
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Five recruiter ‘must haves’ (Infographic)

Posted on July 15, 2014 at 2:13am 0 Comments

Welcome to the first ever ‘Savage Truth’ Infographic. Just to mix thing up a bit.

Short and sweet, too. Five recruiter essentials. Check you have them, won’t you?

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Thanks to Ross Coverdale of Head Resourcing for producing this…

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20 reasons your boss hates you

Posted on July 15, 2014 at 2:00am 2 Comments

Does your boss hate you?

OK, hate is a strong word. I am sure she does not actually hate you. (Well, maybe not).

But let’s say you irritate her, disappoint her, and ultimately incline her to regard you more as a liability than an asset. And that can only end in tears.

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Candidates are not an online commodity

Posted on June 3, 2014 at 1:00pm 4 Comments

Technology is changing our industry, on all fronts. And of course, we are seeing the arrival of a myriad of online recruiting offerings, each claiming to be the beginning of the end for traditional recruitment.

But, lets get real.…

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How I got to 30,000 Twitter followers

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If you are serious about building your business, you should be on Twitter. The benefits for all professionals looking to build brand, enhance their profile, and create relationships are…

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At 4:08am on November 24, 2010, Jason Monastra said…
I have enjoyed some of the posts recently. You appear to have a diverse outlook on several areas of human capital management and provoke solid conversation hopefully leading people to develop solutions or evaluate their internal processes.
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