The way to enjoy recruitment, whilst supplying strong talent.

The way to enjoy recruitment, whilst supplying strong talent.

 

The culture and attitude that is needed to change the perception of the industry when dealing with recruiters.

I am a very sociable and outgoing individual that loves a challenge. Having a strong drive, motivation and awareness enables me to really understand the key dynamics of the clients I work for.

I always want to go the extra mile when trying to understand what is so important to my clients, along with getting to grips with “what the impact would be”, if a critical role to an organisation was not filled by me.

I think, to become outstandingly valuable to your clients and to reach the ultimate goal of being a “unique & a mind-blowing recruiter”, you need to have a huge amount of drive in your personnel life as-well as your professional career……so that your goals can be met, and failure becomes “non-existent”.

What is equally important is to make sure that you are supplying “the best and only the best” talent for your clients by “being a detective” at all times.  Just remember, when discussing new opportunities with candidates you are not only offering a role, but you are there as an “agent” to support them with advice and help in securing a better future.  Their future is built around career development, cultural fit, aspirations & goals and above all job satisfaction.

‘People buy from People’ <<< So true

Having “awesome” experiences……..This can easily be achieved by having a creative mind, focus, determination and a big personality.  Nothing is more refreshing for a client/candidate when you constantly have a fresh and unique approach…….!

Check that you are with an agency that has a plan to succeed and a strategy to over achieve!

Recruitment is such a rewarding and fun role to be in, only when you are given the right opportunity to succeed and that is by:

  • Being able to be vocal and have an opinion in order to be constantly developing yourself and new opportunities.
  • Having investment in staff and a personal development plan.
  • Making sure that the current workforce is aligned with Social Media.
  • To be constantly learning about technology. This is key when wanting to become a valuable part of a client’s recruitment process.