Tuesday October 25, 2011
Australia: 1:00pm AEDT
UK: 1:00pm BST
US/Canada: 1:00pm EDT
Recruiting and the Art of Control – How to Fill More Jobs in a Turbulent, Transitional Market
Want to make more placements? Manage your time more wisely? Reduce stress while increasing productivity? This class will definitely help! You’ll learn how to:
- Strengthen your recruiting and client management skills;
- Sidestep time-wasting employers and candidates;
- Establish favorable ground rules, expectations and deliverables;
- Improve conversion rates on voice mails, emails and submissions; and
- Avoid falloffs, counteroffers and turn-downs.
If you’d like to earn more money and have more fun, please join Bill as he shares the strategies of top-producing recruiters.
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The PDF Transcript will be available for download by November 18th
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About Bill Radin
Bill Radin is a top-producing recruiter whose innovative books, CDs and online training seminars have helped thousands of recruiters achieve peak performance and career satisfaction.
One of the most popular and highly regarded trainers in the recruiting industry, Bill has trained many of the largest independent and franchised recruiting organizations, including Management Recruiters, Dunhill, Sanford Rose, Snelling, Fortune Personnel and Net-Temps. His speaking engagements include the NAPS national conference, the Fordyce Forum and dozens of state association meetings and network conventions, including Top Echelon, Splits.org and NACCB.
Bill’s recruiting career began in 1985, after he received his Master’s degree from the University of Southern California. A specialist in the sensor and instrumentation industry, Bill serves his client companies by filling sales, managerial and technical positions.
Under his leadership as manager and training director, Bill helped Search West of Los Angeles and Management Recruiters of Cincinnati set individual and company billing records. In addition to his best-selling books for recruiters, Bill has also authored the critically acclaimed career books, Take This Job and Leave It and Breakaway Careers, published by Career Press.