As a globally recognized recruiting leader over the past 15 years, Steckerl has helped build sourcing organizations for companies like Microsoft, Google, Coca-Cola, Cisco, and Motorola.
Canton, Ohio (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
There’s no doubt that social media offers tremendous value to recruiters and is a tool that recruiters can use to conduct searches and conduct them more effectively. However, what’s the best way to go about it, and even more importantly, how can a busy recruiter incorporate social media into their desk?
Top Echelon, a company devoted to helping recruiters make more placements, is offering a free recruiter training webinar that helps recruiting firm owners accomplish just that.
The title of the webinar is “Social Media Outreach Techniques for Super-Busy Recruiters” by industry speaker and trainer Shally Steckerl. It’s scheduled for 1 p.m., Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, August 14, 2012.
Below is the official description of this session:
“Learn how to weave your cold calls, voicemails, and emails with new social media outreach strategies that can increase your call-back ratio by at least 20%.
- Know how to prioritize various communication vehicles to get faster responses from prospects.
- Find the social footprint for many of your candidate prospects so you can expand the ways in which you connect with them.
- Know what to include in your social media messages that will increase the likelihood of generating a positive response.
- Relate the values of having your own Facebook page and LinkedIn group and define which types of activities are best for each of the social networks.
There is no cost to attend this recruiter training webinar. It’s free of charge.”
As a globally recognized recruiting leader over the past 15 years Steckerl has helped build sourcing organizations for companies like Microsoft, Google, Coca-Cola, Cisco and Motorola. He now advises recruiting leaders at over 200 organizations on how to successfully embed key sourcing initiatives into their current efforts, improve the performance of their existing sourcing teams, and establish sourcing functions from the ground up.