Sourcecon Spring 2018 the recap Day 2 George Boole Sessions!!

Sourcecon Spring 2018 day 2, George Boole Sessions. There were 3 George Boole sessions on Day 2.  


First up Allison Kruse and using Social Engineering to influence others. In this session, the main take away is the Establishing Rapport in 10 steps section. Here are the steps; 1-Establish artificial time constraints, meaning respect others time, 2-Accommodating nonverbal, be aware of your body language and try to be friendly and relaxing, 3-RSVP control the rhythm, speed and volume of your speech, 4-Sympathy or Assistance Themes, asking for help actually is effective, 5-Ego Suspension, people like to be right, check your ego at the door, 6-Validate  Others, be respectful, validate what they say, 8-Connect with Quid Pro Quo, try to keep the conversation real like any other give and take conversation, 9-Reciprocal Altruism, people like to reciprocate, give something valuable and you should get something valuable back, 10-Manager Expectations, manage your expectations and leave the conversation on a good note.


Lastly Katrina Kibben and How advertising can infuse Sourcing Strategy. Lots of buzz words like; PPC, CPC, Cookie etc. Long story short build a media Persona of your target audience and then utilize all you learned to target your audience with your marketing and job campaigns.


Now Its Pete Radloff and “Shiny Object Syndrome”. The premise here is to do your homework, fully check out a new tool, system or software before you buy. Ensure it meets you needs, and does not violate any issues and most importantly solves a problem.


That’s it for day 2 George Boole Sessions, next week we will start with day 2 Programmers Track sessions.

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