You’ve been there before. You spent weeks and weeks recruiting on an assignment and you are sitting there scratching your head wondering why your client doesn’t call you back from any of the three messages you have left him.
Remember the first cardinal rule of human behavior? “People only do what is in their own best interests.” If that red-hot client turned into a lukewarm message-returner, then there’s some sort of reason why he isn’t calling you back.
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Good to have you as recruitment friend! If you ever want to bounce idea off someone, or, want to discuss a recruiting challenge let me know...
Thanks for commenting on my video post, and for your kind words regarding my materials. I haven't had the opportunity to meet you in person, but I've read your articles in TFL and have heard many good things about you. Best of luck in all you do, and please stay in touch!
Thanks for the friendship.
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I'm looking forward to meeting you at Recruitfest! I just got off the phone with Craig Silverman and am reaching out to you as per his suggestion. Please click the following link to view a short video I put together for you:
Thanks for your message. I watched one of your videos on Friday so it was serendipity that your note came in the next day.
Please drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org and let's explore the possibilities.
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