ealizes that the k?an is also a dynamic activity, the very activity of seeking an answer to the k?an. The k?an is both the object being sought and the relentless seeking itself. In a k?an, the self sees the self not directly but under the guise of the k?an... When one realizes ("makes real") this identity, then two hands have become one. The practitioner becomes the k?an that he or she is trying to understand. That is the sound of one hand." — G. Victor Sogen Hori, Translating the Zen Phrase Book.…
de, but without fail was on the phone all day and i do adhere to this being a contact sport...bill josephson said:
I have specific recruit/marketing pitches with 3 bullets written down I literally read.
Recruiting, One bullet describes the job, one the background sought, one what makes the opportunity attractive.
Marketing, one describes what the candidate does, one about their major background expertise, and one on why they're a special candidate.
I have clients in Defense Engineering, Manufacturing, and Investment Financial Services looking for any people they have requirements for. What they do is make my recruit universe smaller telling me the companies they'd like a person out of, then I systematically recruit from them. So could be Engineers, New Product Design, Regulatory, I/T where I have 20 years specific recruiting experience--whatever they need.
g so i can move with them. I am a generalist because it makes me a better recruiter to know accounting, engineering, IT, sales, R & D , medical and how they work together.
Allow me to rephrase:
I am a generalist (sourcer) because i get bored working with only one skill set or one industry. I am a generalist (sourcer) because when one industry is slow another one is moving so i can move with them. I am a generalist (sourcer) because it makes me a better sourcer to know accounting, engineering, IT, sales, R & D , medical and how they work together.
Today we're having a radio show on TalkSourcing at noon EST featuring Frank Scarpelli talking about what it means to be a full-cycle recruiter these days and Shally Steckerl will be joining the frey to talk about what being a "full cycle sourcer" means today and where the industry is headed. I'd be delighted if you could join us with your frank and pithy mouth! I'm delighted to see you back!…