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Since I already have a recruiting/sourcing blog over on Live.com... I'm just going to refer topics back from here... Or make it a more personal ranting/raving spot perhaps. Either way, this is my first entry here.

Cheers^^

Posted on August 27, 2007 at 4:20pm

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At 7:30pm on December 10, 2007, Lisa said…
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At 7:22am on October 4, 2007, NADNUK said…
Hey Mickey,

Congrats for the win.

Whats next?
At 12:10pm on September 28, 2007, Russ Moon said…
How's it going...research, billards and experiencing cool things ? We had Donato at Wachovia speaking during our Community of Practice meeting yesterday and he was awesome.

Let me know if I can help facilitate anything with Broadlook, they are great to work with.

Want to talk to you soon. I will be having surgery for shoulder next Wednesday but would like to schedule a call with you between Oct. 7 and Oct. 14th to catch up.

Thanks and have a great weekend. R
At 12:15am on September 20, 2007, Jim Stroud said…
Congrats on winning the challenge! Have fun at Disneyland. (Wink)



The Recruiters Lounge - Live at SourceCon 2007 from Jim Stroud on Vimeo.
At 2:45pm on September 19, 2007, Slouch said…
Donato from Broadlook had some very nice things to say about you on the Recruiting Animal Show today
At 6:48pm on September 18, 2007, Dave Copps said…
Hey Mike, thanks for the kind words. SourceCon was an absolute blast with a really impressive gathering of minds. I had alot of fun presenting. humbled.
At 3:40pm on September 18, 2007, Suzy Tonini said…
Oops- this was supposed to be here, not on my page, so here it is:

No, YOU'RE THE BEST hands down!!!

Come on out to the West Coast..guaranteed you will find it of interest;-)

It was great time- I will have all the fun times in my head for many moons to come.

See you soon and take care.
At 12:41am on September 18, 2007, Russ Moon said…
I would enjoy that, you are stimulating.
While we are staying in touch, teach me a few things when you have time :)

Always feel at ease to contact me.

Savor your win and new gear, ride the wave and see where it takes you.
At 5:23pm on September 15, 2007, Leslie O Connor said…
Big Congrats on winning the GrandMaster Sourcing Challenge and bragging rights for the year. Well deserved - and a very humble winner :) Enjoy the accolades, they are much deserved.
At 4:21pm on September 15, 2007, Slouch said…
congrats on your win
 
 
 

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