You’d think that with all the talk about tools and technology out there, it takes the right system or software to compete for talent as a recruiter today. But let’s be real – at the end of the day, recruiters are in the business of building relationships. And when it comes to the human part of hiring, high touch beats high tech every time.
But if you’re one of those recruiters who hates picking up the phone and eschews interpersonal, individualized interactions with candidates for the expediency of template touch points and automated e-mails, you need to rethink what you really know about what really works in sourcing and recruiting.
Turns out, just because it’s traditional doesn’t mean it’s not effective. Learn how to get the most out of these proven methods with our complimentary webinar, Old School Strategies for New Recruiting Challenges, presented in partnership with our friends at Jobvite. We’re bringing in some heavy hitters to drop the knowledge on how you can use old techniques and tactics to create new value – and start building relationships instead of lead lists.
In this exclusive event just for Recruiting Blogs readers join Steve Levy, Recruiting Lead at Kaltura, and Maureen Sharib, one of the world’s top telephone sourcing trainers, to learn:
Whether you’re a veteran headhunter used to making dozens of calls a day to a rookie sourcer focusing primarily on social media, if your job is to attract, engage and hire the best talent for your business, there’s nothing more fundamental than knowing these recruiting fundamentals.
Forget what’s new and what’s next – register now to find out what works.
Maureen Sharib is a phone sourcer who’s been working in the sourcing space since the mid 90s. She co-founded the sourcing firm TechTrak around simple phone sourcing principles and to this day uses the fundamental ground rules of telephone communication to help companies find and telephone-contact candidates for their hard-to-place positions. Nowadays, she feels more like a "phone-use consultant" for all the inquiries she gets from bosses who feel their workers should be at the disposal of customers and clients – imagine that! Connect with Maureen on Twitter or LinkedIn.