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Getting MORE Out of Your Recruiters Does NOT Require Higher Compensation!!

The Way to Get More Production From Your Office Is Probably Different Than You Imagined!   I like to challenge my clients to move out of their comfort zone, to pus ... more »

Solutions To Top Seven Owner Challenges

We hire type A, assertive sales people who are motivated by money.  Challenges and issues do occur and you must determine your actions prior to issues surfacing.&nbs ... more »

Be A Man And Sell Like A Girl

In an attempt at emasculation, people say things like:   “Man up!” “Quit being such a girl.” “Why don’t you go put your big g ... more »

NPA Recruiters Receive Customized Split Placement Training

 The Worldwide Recruiting Network announced that customized training for recruiters doing split placements was provided by industry expert Mike Ramer. The session, t ... more »

Working Smarter, Not Harder!

Effective business development and marketing is the most important aspect of being a big biller. Sure, finding the perfect candidate for an open search assignment is an e ... more »

Solutions To Top Seven Owner Challenges

We hire type A, assertive sales people who are motivated by money.  Challenges and issues do occur and you must determine your actions prior to issues surfacing. &nb ... more »

7 Clues That May Reveal You Have A Retained Search On Your Hands!

During a recent seminar/presentation attended by over 200 participants, I was asked several questions that revealed some remained confused as to when to approach a client ... more »

How to Take Advantage of the New LinkedIn Profile Format

Just over a year ago, LinkedIn announced a new Profile format. Believe it or not, certain features are still being rolled out to some members. It is the biggest visual ch ... more »

The Charismatic Recruiter

Recruiters who possess a high degree of self confidence and charisma tend to dominate their market and out perform their competitors. They negotiate higher fees, gain acc ... more »

Are You?

When I was 16 years old I came home from a particularly hard days’ work a Burger King where I commanded a wage of $3.35 per hour (yeah, minimum wage).  My very ... more »

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