Tag Archives: Recruitment Marketing

If I Didn’t Know Better… Confidence, Doubt, & Temptation

(1) I enjoy watching television with my daughters.  Correction:  I enjoy spending time with my daughters and use the TV as a tool to talk about the world around them.  They happen to like Hayden Panettiere – she was “the bomb” to them when she was on Heroes.  So, when I heard she was going […]

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#TruLondon 6: Connecting the Dots With #Social Marketing & Your #Recruitment Strategy

 Did you ever play the “connect the dots” game as a kid? Personally, I loved it – you had this numbered jumble of dots on a page that, as you connect them, reveals a picture or object.  You literally got a “big picture moment.”   Maybe this makes me a nerd… but I always found that order out […]

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Live from #London: Plays, Messaging, & Shakespeare

I arrived yesterday morning in London where I have a whirlwind of work, conferences, and fun ahead of me over the next 9 days.  As such, I’d expected tonight to be my only bit of “free time” until after HR Technology Europe ends on Friday & decided to spend that time in Leicester Square.  Having […]

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The Trouble with “Talent Communities”

While in Tulsa last week at #OKHR, I spent some time talking with Jessica Miller-Merrell (1) about the buzz surrounding “Talent Communities.”  As we’re still in the ‘honeymoon phase’ with the term, it’s interesting to hear people talk about it like it’s a “new” thing.  It’s SEO gold for HR bloggers; and to hear many […]

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Gone Green in Your #Talent Attraction Efforts?

TheLadders Shares Why You Should…   Earth Day is just around the corner, which means I’m spending some time thinking about how important “Going Green” really is for the talent we’re tasked with attracting to our respective organization and client companies.  Evidently? I’m not alone.  TheLadders released the results of a study today that shows […]

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