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How to Develop Training For Recruiters with Tim Sackett...

Most companies have a Talent Acquisition function. Guess what they don’t have? Effective training for recruiters. 

I jumped on a Google hangout with the good folks at Meridian Knowledge Solutions and Tim Sackett to talk about best practices in developing training for recruiters. Tim's got great experience at this and among the things we talked about were the following:

—How your training strategy depends on what type of recruiter you’re hiring and the specialization of your recruiting function.

—The most important components of a training platform for recruiters

—How to link training to ongoing coaching and performance management efforts

—Why the right training approach can be viewed as an investment in career development by your recruiters

 Check out the video below for more (email subscribers click through for video!)...

Comments

Hailee Roberts

It's funny reminiscing on those first few cringeworthy calls at the beginning of my recruiting career and taking a moment to reflect on how far I've come in just a few short years. Good to know we can all laugh at ourselves and be humbled by the fact that everyone has had their fair share of "oh shit" moments early in their careers. I love that Tim advises people to just hang up and take a breather! haha It never crossed my mind, but if I ever find myself digging a hole during a call I will definitely remember this and just let them think we got disconnected and call them back after I have a moment to gather my thoughts. Too funny! Thanks for the video, guys! I really enjoyed watching this.

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