Peter Marinilli
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What to Look for in a Sales Management Recruiter
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Margaret Graziano Sep 11, 2008.

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Positive Thinking for Sales Recruiters

Finding and training new sales recruiters is a difficult but vital part of any business. As I’ve said before, these new recruits are often the best hire you can make. They have a passion and drive that cannot be taught, and that is more valuable than any acquired skill. Given a few guidelines and training, your existing core of professional sales recruiters can help bring these new recruiters up to speed.



A recent article by Dave Kahle,of The Growth Coach, outlines the beliefs that… Continue

Posted on September 3, 2008 at 10:07am

Be a Social Sales Recruiter

I’ve talked about using Facebook as a screening tool for interviews, but what about as a marketing tool? And why stop at Facebook? There is a wealth of new media available online, social media sites and communities designed specifically to bring people together. If you can master just a few of these you’ll have a significant advantage over your competition.



Whether you’re a big name recruiting firm, a small start-up or a single sales recruiter, you can always benefit from being more… Continue

Posted on September 3, 2008 at 10:06am

What to Look for in a Sales Management Recruiter

Sales recruiting is a unique profession because of the wide array of innate traits and learned skills required to be successful. It can be a difficult field to get into, and even more difficult to excel and last at, because of certain requirements that simply cannot be taught. This also makes it a very competitive field, which means you have a lot of options when choosing a sales management recruiter.



However, if you’re not used to working directly in the recruitment field in can be… Continue

Posted on September 3, 2008 at 10:05am

Time Management Tips from a Sales Recruitment Consultant

One of the most important skills for a sales recruitment consultant, and one of the very first things every recruitment consultant learns, is good time management. Time is money in every business, but none exemplifies it quite as well as sales recruitment.



Think about it: every second spent on a potential hire that’s not a good fit, or lost to any of the day’s many distractions, is time that could have been better allocated to a more promising candidate. And time a recruitment… Continue

Posted on September 3, 2008 at 10:04am — 1 Comment

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At 9:28pm on February 19, 2009, Susan Kang Nam said…
Hello Peter ~ just read your note ~ and hmmm. guess not at recruitingblogs ~ trying to figure out where.. really ~ and no haven't been to any conferences other than Recruitfest last year... had a chance to go to SHRM about 10 years ago but didn't get to go... hmmm
At 8:00pm on December 4, 2008, Cherese DeJesus said…
Great to be connected with you here Peter!

~Cherese
At 3:50am on September 19, 2008, Paul DeBettignies said…

I am the “Admin” for the Recruiters On LinkedIn group, www.recruitingblogs.com/group/linkedin. You have recently joined and this is a "welcome" to the group and "here is how it works".

Over the past year I have been experimenting how best to facilitate members being able to connect with each other. Some want to connect with everyone and some are looking for a few meaningful connections.

1-2 times per week I send a group introduction message with 10-15 new members and reintroducing others.

What this means for you is simple, do you wish to be introduced to the group?

You have 4 options from which to choose:

(A) “Open Networker” with name, email address, and LinkedIn URL as you want to connect with anyone and everyone.

(B) “General Introduction” with name and LinkedIn URL as you are specific about who you want to connect with.

(C) “Lurker” no announcement will be made as you want to be on the sidelines connecting with people as you wish.

(D) “Super Open Networker” which is (A) plus having your contact information on the group page.

A caution on the “Open Networker”, you may be inundated with invitations to connect. For some this is exactly what they are hoping for and others this could be a pain.

I do ask, if you receive invitations from members you do not want to connect with that you “Archive” the message versus “I don’t know” so the sender is not penalized by LinkedIn although how you handle this is up to you.

Again your options are (A), (B), (C), (D).

Please include your LinkedIn URL and email address you prefer to receive invitations and send to paul@mnheadhunter.com

Thank you for your time.

P.

At 12:49pm on September 10, 2008, Jason C. Blais said…
Peter, please contact directly- I may be able to help with a couple positions you're posting for...

Jason Blais
jayblais@yahoo.com
www.recruitingfrontlines.blogspot.com
At 9:34am on August 19, 2008, Peter Marinilli said…
Sounds like a plan. Are you going to Orlando?
 
 
 

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