We are all very familiar with the song Who Are You
by, none other than, The Who (think CSI). And while music is delightful and videos a bit silly, it is clear that this is a question that has been tossed about since man has been able to think "deep thoughts." Discovering the inner you and knowing how to manage "you" can be an elusive task, full of introspection along with sweet surprises.
As Recruiters and Human Resource Professionals, we are expected to get to the center of any matter quickly, using discernment and the revelatory gear that coincides with this thing
we embrace as our work, livelihood, position, job, security, employment, and career. This "discernment" is what makes us successful recruiting professionals. The abilities to assess a situation, comb through data, and translate tone of voice are a few of the capabilities that leads to success in our chosen field.
There are those that have trained for years, attended courses, and have successfully navigated degree programs to find their place in Human Resources. Others fell into this career by sheer accident or mere coincidence. Whatever or whoever brought you here, the opportunity to build more than an occupation is encouraged in this field of endeavor most know and love. Some cite the ability to change lives, while others just want to make a difference as reasons for their success. Most recognize that there is opportunity for significant financial gain and steady income when recruitments are brought to successful closes and lasting relationships established.
Think about this, what is it about YOU that drives your success? That makes you a great recruiter? What is the reason your team gets the job done? Recruiter HeadSpace will explore these questions and disclose secrets of accomplishment that just might work for you!
“Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep on saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.”