Ryan S Adams's Blog (5)

Using InMails: Beginner to Advanced (LinkedIn)

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InMails are unsolicited messages.
They’re emails sent through LinkedIn.

InMail’s can be sent to anyone with a LinkedIn profile. You don’t have to be connected in any degree. You send an InMail by clicking the “Send InMail” link at… Continue

Added by Ryan S Adams on January 16, 2009 at 12:01pm — 1 Comment

Don’t Connect With Strangers! (Part 1) - LinkedIn

From Jobsighter - Social Media for Every Day Business: Especially LinkedIn

You’ve just received a request to connect on LinkedIn from a name you don’t recognize. A stranger! What do you do?

There are two basic connecting philosophies. Call them orientations—quality and quantity. If you automatically ignore the request, you have a quality orientation. If you automatically accept the… Continue

Added by Ryan S Adams on January 12, 2009 at 1:37pm — 2 Comments

Using Social Media to Recruit Talent and Develop Business

From www.jobsighter.com

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I’ve found social media an effective outlet for accomplishing two initiatives: recruiting talent and developing new business accounts. Both are primary functions of my role at Vivus, and though my strategies aren’t…


Added by Ryan S Adams on August 14, 2008 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

Hiring is Everyone’s Job

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According to startup company Jobvite, hiring is everyone’s job. I tend to agree.

Jobvite has built an innovative applicant tracking system that empowers the entire organization to collaborate on the hiring…


Added by Ryan S Adams on August 13, 2008 at 2:39pm — 1 Comment

A Trusted Formula for Hiring Better

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There’s an old organizational formula that firms seem to have forgotten. It goes like this:

Performance = Ability * Motivation

The formula is simple. And it works.

The Piece We’ve Forgotten

Firms seem to remember the ability part to the formula, but not the motivation. Consider your screening process for a… Continue

Added by Ryan S Adams on August 12, 2008 at 3:00pm — 3 Comments


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