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Pete Radloff commented on Jeanna Zivalich's blog post 'Have You Ever Been Disregarded By A Recruiter?'
"Jeanna, nice post.  Common sense is not so common. (as Im sure @Keith Halperin will attest)  @Steven is spot on here as well. Recruiters (corporate or agency) should be taking note here.  Sure, I've had calls where I'm just…"
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Pete Radloff commented on Kelly Blokdijk's blog post 'Talent Shortage or Trust Shortage?'
"Well done Kelly. If there were a way to quantify the key talent that is being missed by those who are wrongly, (possibly) illegally discarding candidates, then that could be impactful.  Pie in the sky, I know, but it makes you want to just ball…"
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Pete Radloff commented on Will Thomson's blog post 'The True Definition of a Bad Ass'
"Im sure I'll regret answering this, but........ As it relates to this field, because generalizing the term doesnt do squat* for our purposes. I think it's being both good at what you do, as well as being passionate about it. It's…"
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Pete Radloff commented on Will Thomson's blog post 'The True Definition of a Bad Ass'
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Pete Radloff commented on Will Thomson's blog post 'The True Definition of a Bad Ass'
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Redmond Institute commented on Pete Radloff's blog post 'Actually, Recruiting IS Sales - How I've Come To Accept It'
"Hi Pete, I read your blog post (and the replies) with real interest. I deliver training to businesses on persuasion techniques and recently I have begun to concentrate on the recruitment industry. I am at the very early stages of putting a training…"
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Profile Information

Name
Pete Radloff
Job Title
Lead Consultant
Company
exaqueo
Which best describes your profession?
Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
10-14 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Consumer Goods, Services, Technology, Other
How many employees in your company?
>10
Are you interested in split placements?
No
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche
Which blogs would you recommend people read?
of course, mine. www.RecruitingIn3D.wordpress.com
What recruiting tools can you not live without?
LinkedIn, Twitter, Entelo
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Actually, Recruiting IS Sales - How I've Come To Accept It

Posted on April 4, 2014 at 10:43am 17 Comments

I read the article by Kyle Lagunas about recruiting, and how it’s not like selling at all. And while I appreciate his thoughts, I think they are misguided, and frankly, I still think he’s speaking as an "expert" in an area where he doesn’t have any applicable experience. This is akin to me giving stock advice. Sure, I have a brokerage account, but I lack the Series 7 that would be critical for me…

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How Recruiters Can Pay It Forward

Posted on February 28, 2014 at 11:51am 10 Comments

Ask a recruiter why they do what they do, and you're likely to get a wide variety of answers. Among them may be:

  • "I sort of just fell into recruitment"
  • "I'm an extrovert, this was a good fit"
  • "I didn't want to do sales"
  • "I like helping people"

The fact is, most of us got into this business because deep down we love helping people, just as much if not more than making money. Yes this is true. Fortunately, we've…

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Applications - Just Do It!

Posted on February 24, 2014 at 10:00am 9 Comments

There are fewer things in this world that irritate me more than when someone can’t follow simple directions. For example, fill out the application (at the time after we’ve scheduled an interview of course – I wouldn’t want to enrage any of the candidate experience gods by asking for legal paperwork too early on when I should be offering a Frappa Mocha Someshit so that I can make…

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Recruiting: Darwinism or Creationism?

Posted on February 14, 2014 at 10:00am 11 Comments

In full disclosure, I’m a huge geek. In 99 out of 100 opportunities on any given night, I’ll watch anything that is on the NatGeo or History Channels before I watch any of that mindless drivel of reality TV. (the Real World still gets a lifetime free pass). And so I had the opportunity to get all freaky with my inner geek and watch the …

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At 5:59pm on April 30, 2008, Bill Vick said…
Hi Peter - I too am using RecruitingBlogs and like you I've found it to a good resource for sharing and learning. I've read your many comments and I'd like to invite you to join us here at the XtremeRecruiting.tv group. We are a growing network of recruiters pursuing excellence and could use your inpuit and knowledge.
At 3:13pm on June 1, 2007, Shally Steckerl said…
Thanks Peter!
At 2:49pm on June 1, 2007, Maureen Sharib said…
Thanks Peter!
 
 
 

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