Recruiters -- Does Your Point of View Ground You?

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Comment by Valentino Martinez on April 17, 2013 at 8:39pm

While a grounded recruitment approach, based on experience, works well for all of us in recruitment -- the ability to make adjustments on the run can make a big difference. 

Some hard-to-fill reqs can drive one crazy -- so trying something different can go a long way in solving a search that seems to be taking too long to close.

Comment by Valentino Martinez on April 19, 2013 at 1:03pm

Making adjustments on the run can save your ass...ets.

Comment by Valentino Martinez on April 20, 2013 at 8:24pm

The ability to make adjustments on the run, in the middle of the action, will distinguish you among your peers and your competition (which can be the same thing). 

A recruiting effort can relate to:  knowing when to zig or zag for a running back; fold’em or hold’em in poker; and swing away or wait for one more pitch in baseball -  all have one thing in common – they all need a decision to be made pronto that will bring a plus or minus result.  And regardless of the result – the need for a decision and a decision maker can make all the difference in the moment.   


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