If you want to experience success in recruiting passive candidates, I HIGHLY suggest that you adopt the habits discussed in this episode of “The Jim Stroud Show.”
Why this special episode? When Karen Azulai mentioned a sourcing workshop she was giving in Israel, he was excited for her but could not participate. (Insert sad face here.) So, in support of her effort, he produced this video that will also be shared with her workshop.
~Frank Ferrari, video producer par excellence
BIG THANKS TO:
# “Amitai Angor AA VFX” for the blue psychedlic effects.
# “Bensound for co-producing “Know what you’re looking for.”
# Ditty.it for co-producing “Music To Source by.”
While watching “Judge Judy,” Jim Stroud gets the idea of how to source passive candidates from courtrooms around the world. In a nutshell, lawyers often depend on expert witnesses to validate and prove their arguments. In this episode of “The Jim Stroud Show,” Jim goes into detail on how to find such experts for the jobs recruiters are trying to fill now. | Links related to this episode can be found here.
How to find hidden talent on talent and google plus is the topic of this episode of “The Jim Stroud Show.” Plus, Jim gives some insight on the phenomenon known as geocaching, shout-outs to certain viewers and a couple of announcements. Tune in for all the fun! / Links related to this episode can be found here: http://goo.gl/l78ZEu
I was very fortunate to speak at the 2014 LinkedIn SourceIn event in New York last month. My topic was “I was for big data before I was against it.” Everyone was awake when I was done, so I added it to my “win” column. These are the points I addressed.
# Why are recruiters doing more posting and praying than ever before?
# Who are some masters of big data?
# How are companies using big data to improve their recruiting processes?
# How are companies using big data to improve office efficiency?
# Is big data really “the civil rights issue of our era?”
# What should companies worry about when it comes to using big data for recruiting purposes?
# Why does Jim ramble at times and get distracted so easily? (Seriously, that’s something I ask myself all the time and… squirrel!)
Tune in to the video below and let me know your thoughts? I would really appreciate it.
P.S. Click here for a list of links pointing to the articles and resources cited in my presentation.