Candidate-Focused Recruiting

May 21 / Steve Lowisz
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Apply to join our REI Recruitment Roundtable Facebook group (for practicing recruiters only)! This is a place for the community to encourage each other. A place to share ideas, challenges, tips, and tricks. And a place to receive extra opportunities for free training. It’s for recruiters who really want to ELEVATE their careers and the industry as a whole! 

Finding Candidates

In recruiting, time is of the essence, and half the battle lies within the search for candidates.

Many of us recruiters are accustomed to using an outbound approach each time we have a role to fill.

We spend precious time sifting through LinkedIn, asking for references, and sending endless cold messages. There’s no guarantee that our efforts will be successful.

Recruit Easier

Having an effective inbound strategy can make this battle a lot easier.

Properly communicating a message through email, LinkedIn, or in-person is as much science as it is art.

Mastering the art of candidate-focused recruiting will help generate more positive candidate responses and help you develop your recruiting pipeline more efficiently.

Perfect Your Inbound Strategy

You want to aim towards building long-term relationships instead of going on the hunt each time you have a new role to hire for.

Don’t just find the best candidates in the moment you need them. Give them an opportunity to come to you.

Learn the 5 Keys:

• Communicating a message
• Capturing permission
• Converting Mindset
• Compel Action
• Gain Commitment