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Month: November 2018

How to Create a Job Description

Search Parameters When hiring for a new position, it’s imperative to create effective search parameters to guide you through the search process. Not only does this enable you to identify a qualified, high-level candidate, it will also help you to disqualify candidates whom wouldn’t be an ideal fit. Creating effective search parameters can be a […]

Understanding the Different Types of Recruitment Companies

Staffing agencies and recruitment agencies are not the same thing. There are instances, where a recruitment agency can also be a staffing agency. Depending on the type of candidate you are looking for, you may find it better to use a recruitment firm, a staffing firm, and RPO, or a mix. First of all, familiarize […]

Sales Managers: Cost Calculations for Hiring Salespeople

Calculating the Costs Associated w Recruitment Content Created by Landmark Makers http://www.landmarkmakers.com Calculating the Costs Associated w Recruitment 1. Recruitment Costs Human Resources hourly rate x hours. = ________ Managers hourly rate x hours = ________ Other Interviewers’ hourly rate x hours. = ________ Cost of the Ad ________ Cost of a Referral Bonus________ Agency […]

Hiring Sales People: Steps for Success

Common Mistakes Hiring Managers Make The hiring manager is required to bring in the best candidate for the job. That being said, there are common mistakes that hiring managers make. Most of these mistakes are easily avoidable and preventing them will help you greatly. Common Mistakes Hiring Managers Make Mistake #1: Know-It-When-They-See-It Mindset Often times, […]

Knock Out Cystic Fibrosis – San Diego

I remember very clearly, to the day, when the Cystic Fibrosis Lifestyle Foundation saved my life. I was visiting my family in Dallas, Tx and they were out to get groceries while I stayed behind. My wheelchair, was in the corner of the apartment. My medications littering the kitchen table, cupboards, and counters. I didn’t […]

Motivation Manifesto to the Powerful Women I Know

Lately, I’ve been coaching a lot of powerful women on self-confidence and what it takes to truly acknowledge who you are and how to make an impact. We all struggle. Some of us, find comfort in the struggle and begin a pattern of self-sabotage. Some of us, move away from the pain and into the […]

Biggest Mistake Sales People Make

In the last month, I’ve had the privilege of cold-calling a lot of entrepreneurs and executives from Linkedin. I’m a glutton for punishment, obviously. It started simple enough. I sent messages in my target market to potential prospects introducing myself very briefly, stating a potential synergy, and then included a call to action such as […]

John O’ Leary & Klyn Elsbury Team Up

As I started getting asked to speak around the nation, there’s a few people I always dreamed I could meet… And John O’Leary was absolutely one of them. His story captivates the human spirit in a way I never even thought possible. I was expecting to be inspired by him but when I wasn’t expecting […]

How to Deal with An Unsupportive Friend, Colleague, Family Member

When someone tells you that you can’t do something, the odds aren’t in your favor, you’re not ready for that challenge…. Remember… Their interpretation of what is possible for you is their interpretation. Chances are, they are thinking about something they couldn’t do because the odds weren’t in their favor, they weren’t ready, they couldn’t […]

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