Meet Michael Wolfe – Covering Corporate Recruiting for Fistful of Talent…

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Michael Wolfe is a HR Manager for SourceMedical, a medical software firm focused on solutions for the outpatient surgery and therapy markets.  As part of his role with SourceMedical, Michael spends a lot of time recruiting, and talking to "interesting" candidates.  When he’s not at SourceMedical, Michael’s checking the reception on his blackberry constantly to make sure he’s digital, not …

Meet Kelly Dingee – Covering Candidate Sourcing for Fistful of Talent…

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Kelly Dingee is a Strategic Recruiting Manager for Staffing Advisors. She has extensive sourcing experience having worked for AIRS, as a Sourcing Researcher/Technical Writer, performed contract sourcing for Thales Communications, Inc., and got hers tart in the profession while a full life cycle recruiter at Acterna (now known as JDSU).  Lucky for Kelly, she had a boss who could see …

Meet Jennifer McClure – Covering Recruiting and Networking for Fistful of Talent…

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Meet Jennifer McClure – Covering Recruiting and Coaching for Fistful of Talent… Jennifer McClure is a Vice President at Centennial, Inc., a Cincinnati-based recruitment and coaching firm, where she’s charged with strategic recruiting efforts, executive coaching and business development for the firm.    When she’s not looking up values on NotchUp, she’s rating human capital values by ranking the individuals …

Meet Maren Hogan – Covering Recruiting and Gen Y for Fistful of Talent…

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Maren Hogan is a millennial living the dream in Omaha, Nebraska.  When she’s not plotting the downfall of Gen Xer’s like me, she’s doing marketing and development for an IT recruiting and outsourcing firm called HCI.   When she’s not at HCI, she’s blogging at Big O Recruiting and becoming addicted to Twitter… See Maren’s Rants and Riffs on Fistful of …

Meet Paul Hebert – Covering Performance Motivation for Fistful of Talent…

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Paul Hebert is the brain behind Incentive Intelligence and a recognized authority on incentives and performance motivation. See Paul’s Rants and Riffs on Fistful of Talent by clicking here… ___________________________________________________________________________________ 10.5 QUESTIONS WITH PAUL HEBERT 1.  The elevator just closed and you’ve got 30 seconds to pitch the random reader on who you are and why they should read your …

The “Secret Sauce” of Your Search Process Isn’t a Suit That Costs 1K…

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Managing a successful search assignment as a Third Party Recruiter (hint – if you treat your internal recruiting role as a business, these apply to you as well) has many components that all lead to the same finish line. Right?  Well… let’s walk through it for a moment – shall we? 1.  First, there is the ever important search acquisition/business …

Why External Recruiters Have a Reputation Problem….

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This kid wants to intern for Seth Godin.  To heck with that, I want to intern for Harry Joiner… The Marketing Headhunter speaks the truth: "Do recruiters have a bad reputation?  In my experience, "YES" — and one of the main  reasons is that the contingency recruiting business pays recruiters $1,000-2,000/month draw versus straight commission.  That’s a run rate of …