Talent Talk Cafe Tuesday, Sept 16th: Recruiter to Recruiter - Exploring High Performance Relationships

This week's Chat transcript can be accessed HERE.

This week's topic: Creating Value in Relationships. What leads to high-performance relationships between corporate and third-party recruiters?

Share your thoughts on the actions, behaviors and tactics that create the best working relationships between these two parties.

> Do they share the same values when it comes to recruiting?
> Are their priorities aligned?
> How do they each define success?
> What leads to a lasting partnership?
> What opportunities are there to further enhance the relationship?

Stop by Tuesday at 3pm ET / 12 pm PT and join the conversation right here on the home page of RecruitingBlogs.com!

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Would you be interested in hosting this topic again in a webinar format?

Thanks,
Nicole Hackett
nicole@veconnection.com
http://vec.webex.com
Hi Nicole - thanks for the invitation. Lets connect to discuss your ideas for a webinar. I'll also be touching on this topic during my preso at Recruitfest - are you attending? I'll send you an email with my direct contact information so we can follow-up. Thanks again - Susan

Nicole Hackett said:
Would you be interested in hosting this topic again in a webinar format?

Thanks,
Nicole Hackett
nicole@veconnection.com
http://vec.webex.com
Hey Susan,

One of the things we do to help our HR clients influence their hiring managers to upgrade their thinking/talent is we always add at least one stretch candidate to every slate. This forces tough discussions for them internally and the HR clients see it as great assistance for them to move the OD bar forward. Sometimes they hire them and sometimes they don't but it moves their evolution forward. Sometimes it has even led to multiple placements for a single order.
Great suggestion Tony. Its always best when someone sees for themself the value of thinking more broadly and asking themselves the question of "how/where could this person add value". I'm also a big believer in looking at the opportunity cost of talent and hiring ahead of the curve. Thanks for your comment.

Susan

Tony Petrucci said:
Hey Susan,

One of the things we do to help our HR clients influence their hiring managers to upgrade their thinking/talent is we always add at least one stretch candidate to every slate. This forces tough discussions for them internally and the HR clients see it as great assistance for them to move the OD bar forward. Sometimes they hire them and sometimes they don't but it moves their evolution forward. Sometimes it has even led to multiple placements for a single order.

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