The 10 commandments of being a recruiter… all in one place…

So writing these types of top 10 things can be more challenging than I thought.   I will ease off doing another for a while – the little but often style takes a bit more planning than I would like.  What I do hope is that these bite size pieces have reminded you that I am here.  I have more to publish and will finally following up with a blogmeet – details soon.

If you missed the top ten here they are with easy to find links:-

10 Commandments of being a recruiter:-

#1… Location, Location, Location

#2… Seize the day

#3… It’s not where you are from but where you are going

#4… Fear nothing

#5… Send the word out to those that believe in you

#6… Stand up and make yourself heard

#7… Reject the mainstream

#8… Never Fail

#9… You can’t have a revolution if the timing isn’t right

#10… It’s your choice

Remember my friend, you are a recruiter.

Comments, emails, anything always welcome!

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About Martin Dangerfield

Martin currently leads a team of recruiters hiring in 30 countries across EMEA.  He has been the Director of an innovative search business, a freelance people consultant specialising in talent attraction, assessment and recruitment and a provider of business coaching for high growth entrepreneurial organisations. 

He is an avid blogger, writer, public speaker and traveller or trains across the UK.

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