In this course, Bert Verdonck shows you how to find candidates on LinkedIn. Learn to think beyond the job title and explore synonyms that will yield candidates with the experience and job functions you're hiring for.
- [Instructor] Every recruiter can search,…but not every recruiter can find candidates.…How is that possible?…Well, in most cases,…recruiters have been recruiting for a while.…They use the same searches and the same criteria,…because they learned it that way.…It's like writing emails, or using Microsoft Office.…Most people know how to do it, but few ever master it.…So let me share a practical five step process…to get more results.…And for the sake of the example here,…let's assume that you are looking for an account executive.…
The first step is to identify your goal.…Who are you after?…What does your ideal candidate look like?…Not just a job title, but the ideal candidate's persona.…The second step is to think of the people…in the best position to help you fill this position.…Are these people with the same title?…Are these people who are one level up?…For example, the sales manager is more likely…connected with numerous account executives.…And here is a second example:…In some organizations, an account executive…
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- Why you should recruit on social media
- Creating company profiles that attract top talent
- Leveraging special features and ads on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook
- Searching for candidates
- Setting up a daily routine for social recruiting
- Automating your recruiting efforts