It's called The Psychology of Job Hunting but it's really about the fear of cold calling and networking.
It's focus is self-image and boundary issues. That doesn't sound interesting but I tried to make it very colloquial and enjoyable to read.
Added by Recruiting Animal on May 19, 2013 at 11:57am — No Comments
All you had to do was put an ad in the paper and hire a secretary to open the resumes.
Chris Fields - @New_Resource - was my guest yesterday on The Recruiting Animal Show
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Here's what Jerry wrote when he posted the scores:
And without taking any glory away from the guest, Reed Kremer, I believe that the key factor was the great input from the Animal…Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on March 16, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
@CaseyRecruitsDC is a nice young fellow. The crowd loved him. Especially the maternal and paternal types. They gave him a higher score than me. They said I wasn't prepared. Yeah, right. Oh, please.…Continue
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Recruiting Animal Show - Recording - Feb 27, 2013
Yes, I'm the host - but is everything my fault? Is it my fault if the guest calls in from England on a bad line? I beg the guests, I implore them, over and over: "Sound is important" I say. Then on the show, the other schmoes tell…Continue
I met Michael Heller a few weeks ago on Twitter. He was arguing with me about something so I invited him to try his luck on The Recruiting Animal Show.
The callers didn't speak up a lot during the show but when the Aftershow came they let him…Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on February 21, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Unfortunately, someone was doing some heavy-breathing into his mic at the start of the show. And here's something that bugs me. To talk on the show you have to call a number in New York. Jerry calls in from Indiana and Carmen called in…Continue
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A very lively show featuring The Matt Charney, Jerry Albright, Mike Astringer, Cathy Mannis, Alan Fluhrer, Rebecca Sargent.
Comments From Twitter
My guest today said his firm made about 300K by being active on Twitter. So, of course, I had complaints that my guests never supply the details of how they recruit on Twitter. And he didn't.
But I actually had a show a few years ago when they did.
Plus I edited the key parts into a 16 minute mp3 file. (Below)
Craig Fisher, How To Recruit on Twitter…Continue
Tiffany is very articulate and quick on her feet. The Animal Panel got mad because I didn't berate her for anything but, in fact, I only get mad when I have a reason to be. And she didn't make me mad. Except that she doesn't seem to have a Twitter address - an issue I forgot to take up with her on the show.
The callers and the people on Twitter seemed to like her too. I hope she comes back again.
COMMENTS ON TWITTER…Continue
His Twitter address is @IntelMinds
Daryl speaks well and had answers for every question.
Added by Recruiting Animal on January 9, 2013 at 3:14pm — No Comments
Today's guest is a very good writer. He's a professional journalist but he is moving his career towards being a Content Manager on websites.
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Janice Presser is a PhD Behavioural Scientist. She and her partner came up with a service that assesses a candidate's ability to fit into your team.
I asked @MaureenSharib to take the test to provide an example for the…Continue
The guest is not a recruiter. She's a 24 year old marketing grad and her story is very different from the claims of Gen Y Triumphalism we were hearing a few years ago.
The conclusion I…Continue