People do business with people they know and like—and candidates refer top talent to people they trust. Barbara Bruno shows you how to identify passive, but qualified candidates.
- Building a professional network takes time and effort,…and if you want to interview and place the best talent,…your network is something you'll be working on…throughout your entire career.…Networking is the number one method…of identifying top talent.…It's an effective and cost-effective way…to source qualified job candidates.…People do business with people they know and like,…and candidates will refer top talent to people they trust.…
Your professional network will help you…identify passive but qualified candidates,…people who are not actively looking for a job.…These are the candidates most in demand…in today's competitive job market.…An effective professional network…has to be built purposefully.…Individuals in your network should have…experience or contacts in your industry,…profession, or areas of specialization…with similar backgrounds and interests.…These are the people who are more likely…to provide you with quality referrals.…
It's not the person with the biggest network that wins.…It's about the quality of your network.…
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- Determining the purpose of the interview
- Clarifying expectations
- Making a good first impression
- Asking creative questions consistently
- What candidate questions reveal
- The basics of conducting an interview
- Creating brand awareness and getting referrals