Physician Recruiting for Comphealth. Here I interviewed, hired, and trained hundreds of recruiters on the specifics of physician recruiting. My approach is "old school" in a lot of ways emphasizing good sourcing skills, hard, hard work, lots of calls, but most important excellent qualifying and interviewing. I worked with large groups, one on one, and small teams. I did have a knack for taking the "middle" or average producer to the next level. And I can say with confidence that I made our top producers break their own goals year after year. I could write about this all day, but welcome talking to you someday about it. I admire you and your company and wish you all the success your hard work can bring.
All the best, Noel
Novo Medical Careers
uldn't exactly say that I slammed agency recruiters... ok, ok... the word weasel was harsh. I was more so defending internal recruiters because this post was written to bash us in a RECRUITING forum! (Yuck!?) I'll say it again... this slamming each other is dumb. My 3 years in an agency weren't ALL so car sales-ish (just more towards the end of the month...I might have gotten a little pushy... Hey, I didn't want to lose my top producer title!!) ;)
I'm certain the recruitment team you manage is measured by closing job orders and I'm glad it appears you care about the ethics surrounding each close...that's the only positive about your comment. I look forward to meeting more top agency professionals like you... Cheeeeeers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!…
nical recruiting firm in Dallas for six years before returning to Houston as Vice President of Whitaker Technical Services in 1989. She is currently the Vice President and General Manager of the Colorado Springs Office. Consistently a top producer in the recruiting industry, Carol has been recognized with numerous honors and awards at local, state and national levels. She was honored in 1992 as the Houston Area "Consultant of the Year" and "CTS of the Year" by the State Professional Association (TAPC). In 1994 she was also recognized by the National Association of Personnel Services as "CPC of the Year". More recently, in 2003 the Houston Area Association recognized Carol for Outstanding Contributions to the Professional Staffing Industry.
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In this program, Carol presents ideas and processes to better manage candidates from initial conversation to the “real” closing. She’ll show you how to make candidates work within your process, learn how to frame and ask the “tough” questions and ultimately find the perfect client fit for their career.
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Added by Jeff Kaye at 11:11am on November 12, 2009
ar in that it probably means hiring a top producer, or being hired by a top employer. When a handful of interactions with a client or candidate moves them quickly and efficiently to that goal I have laid another course of block in my foundation for "My Future In Recruiting".
Forget the high-powered recruiting tools, social media, conferences, edgy corporate branding, and the latest white paper on staffing metrics; at the end of the day it is about closing good business and earning the right to sit at this desk and do it again tomorrow because I provide "measurable value". How it is done is of no interest to those who pay me, for them it is only important that it gets done, and that we have won (again).
It is for me to know how…
epends a lot on your requirements, business process, budget and openness to accept change.
I agree with Robert 100%. I would add indusry or skill set sought and in some cases location.
I do hope that at some point either a producer of tools, software, the next big thing or someone, anyone within our industry puts together a well run, respected and affordable recruiter training program.
Makes no difference how many people I can find through whatever tool I use if I cannot develop a relationship with someone. Too many recruiters/sourcers/wannabe's are relying tools to do the work for them and when the economy hits the fan they are some of the first out the door looking for a job.
If we could train, develop and grow our own talent as well as we seem to find it we would all be much better off.…