st admired person has lead me this direction after a real ride as a Recruiter and Franchise sales consultant for an Insurance Franchisor (currently in the news in not so good a light). I have 15+ years as a Career Coach and Business Consultant and am interested in working in the Insurance Agency arena. My real talents are in Sales Training, Lead Generation and Marketing. I amtelling you all this to hae you say a few prayers and if you come up with any great ideas I am open to hearing them. I want to Coach producers and work with owners on Vision and Business and Marketing Plans. Any ideas to build the pipeline or contacts in the field please get in touch with me. Have a Blessed week!…
On its face - if this skill, the ability to coach and train others, is one that you genuinely possess as a recruiter - then there is no need to outsource. Now, if we want to bring economics into the picture that could skew the answer for some. It may be more cost effective to have that third party trainer work with the candidate while the recruiter goes about the business of generating more business. Which adds the most value to the practice of the recruiter? What is the threshold for making that call? Is it about the comp level of the candidate? I may be willing to invest more of my own (hopefully expensive) time with a highly compensated candidate then with someone making less then say, 125K. What is the return on my investment? Or, if my practice is focused on high volume roles (bank tellers, call center reps, etc.), it may still make sense to outsource this coaching because I have to generate so much more business to make my margins work.
In answer to your last question - yes, it is ethical. I emphatically believe that proper prepping of candidates is imperative. There can be no question that you want the candidate to go to the interview and present their skills, knowledge, competencies, abilities and accomplishments in the best possible manner. After all, doesn't the client need this information? In fact, aren't they paying you as the recruiter to help them tease this candidate profile out for them? Besides, we in the corporate recruiting world (yes, I am on the dark side) spend a great deal of time coaching our hiring managers and the interview teams on how to conduct interviews and to evaluate candidates.…
in to the Coach /Virtual Coach competency...they are things or traits like 'developer', 'inspirer', 'tactician', 'visionary' ‘results oriented’ ...let me explain. A developer is someone who takes time to coach and develop people based on where they are at and what they are capable of...a developer does not micro manage the person who is a self starter yet they innately know when to step in and take the reigns and when to coach from afar. An inspirer, is someone who bring outs the light in their team, they know what makes someone tick and they have a clever knack to bring out those motivators when they are needed most in the team as a whole and in each individual. A tactician (of course these are keen describers) is someone who has the ability to match situations or accounts with the right person to close the deal or manage the account, this trait allows managers, specifically sales managers to leverage the power of the team for the benefit of the company and the customer. A visionary is someone who knows the next step to take and is one step ahead of the game and has his or her people one step ahead as well. Lastly a results oriented leader is always aware of the game, how it is being played and how it needs to be played, what move ought to be next and who ought to make the move. The results oriented Sales Manager is never a person who gives an excuse for lack of performance, he is the one who is right there with the solution and the plan to have it not happen again.…
Role and Company
•Learn the critical aspects to successful interviewing
•Receive direct resume coaching from recruitment professionals
•Design a job search action plan & interview preparation with Recruitment Executive
Introductory Course – An Overview and Highlight into the full program
•Dates: April 20th; April 22nd; April 29th
•Time: 9-9:30am PST
•Register: http://tinyurl.com/RegYoureHiredIntroYou walk away with a guide for landing the Job of Your Dreams!
You're Hired is a 4.5 hour program that delivers personalized career and job search coaching all done from the comfort and ease of your home. It all starts with an In Depth, hands on Workshop. Stand Out Strategies for the Astute Job Seeker led by 25-year top recruitment Industry professional Margaret (Margo) Graziano. You will then receive Three - One on one Job Search & Interviewing Empowerment Coaching Sessions.
•Length – 2 hour workshop and 3- 45 minutes one on one career guidance coaching sessions with Industry Pros committed to your success.
•Choose from one of the following Program Dates:
oMay 4th from 9-11am PST
oMay 13th from 3-5pm PST
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You walk away with a complete strategy for differentiating yourself from the Sea of Competition, a Powerhouse Resume, Killer Interviewing Skills, Self Confidence, Direction and a new strength to go after what you want with a vengeance.…