This concept also applies to recruiting. At least it does for me, now going on 40 years in the discipline.
Do you youngsters, I mean, younger professionals in the business see yourselves doing this kind of work for a few…Continue
Is this a:
Carnival Barker? No, but close.
An Evangelist? Sometimes.
A Used Car Salesman? Sometimes.
A Corporate Recruiter? Indeed!
What could this company recruiter possibly be saying to attract the attention of this crowd of job seekers?
I’m guessing your guess would be wrong, but take a guess anyway.
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If most hiring managers knew what games many (not all) HR staffing types play in blocking external recruiters, who can actually fill their hard-to-fill openings,...they would (should) cocoon them and convert them into speed bumps befitting their role in the recruitment process.
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If a friend tells you, "You have bad breath"--is she now your enemy?
If an enemy tells you, "Damn, you have bad breath"--is he now your friend?
I say yes, to both questions--because knowing your flaws can enlighten your general and specific outlook about yourself and others. And those who approach you with such insights have personal and professional motives. Your challenge is to decipher the difference.
How this applies to recruitment; the selection…Continue
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In theory and in reality a wolf in sheep's clothing is a key concern for employers and recruiters to be wary of in the selection process.
It begs the question, "Which candidate are you most comfortable with in assessing for employment consideration—the raw and somewhat transparent candidate, or the highly polished, highly confident one?” On the one hand, the raw/transparent candidate may not impress as much as the highly polished interviewee. But under all that gloss and glow may…Continue
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I liked Jerry E. Thurber’s Blog today, May 18, 2011 on: Social Media Background Check: 5 Things Not to Tweet – so much so that I’m doing a Blog on Blog because I feel the subject deserves a contrary assessment on the possible downsides of actually eliminating, hiding or…
Does my question sound inane, or is there something to it?
"In Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers he points out that luck plays a big part in success, for example, having the luck of being born in the right place, or at the right…
Sometimes the journey wears you down...
Sometimes the journey builds you up...
Sometimes the journey wears you down to build you up.
You will know when you arrive.
ValentinoBM (Photo Poem in B&W) - circa 2008 Winter - Campus…
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The baby bunny featured in this picture, is Marco Polo. I gave him this name because he was the first of three baby bunnies born in our back yard who ventured out into the world beyond his rabbit hole.
How this relates to recruiting is that some candidates we evaluate for…Continue
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Good recruiters get the job done.
Even better recruiters get the job done with quality results.
The very best recruiters get the job done with quality results and...?
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- a burning need for job descriptions...
- leash marks from attempts to restrain you from going before "Ready, Set,... GO!"
- a swelling of the right eyeball when five resumes…
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Kudos to Stephen Doyle of Doyle Partners for this image for its visual IMPACT. http://doylepartners.com/
TRUTH BE TOLD...
In the recruitment assessment process does truth always shine through…Continue
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Arrogance- an insulting way of thinking or behaving that comes from believing that you are better, smarter, or more important than other people”. Merriam-Webster Dictionary
The Arrogance Factor
Are recruiters gaining on the status lawyers now…
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