My tombstone will read "harsh but fair" – no doubt. I’m a seasoned entrepreneur and a sophisticated marketer. I’ve made thousands of mistakes in being both an entrepreneur and a marketer. Like most people, I try to learn from all my experiences – good, bad and ugly. I cut my teeth in retail – Albertsons and Wal-Mart. I spent eight years in school earning three degrees to find that I was virtually unemployable. Thus, I’m an entrepreneur for life.
How long have you been in the recruiting industry?
What trainers/resources/books have you found valuable to your career?
Shally is pure greatness.
Do you have a product you'd like to promote to the sourcing/recruiting industry? What is it?
Would you like to appear on an Internet radio show as a guest? Go here and check it out - http://www.recruitingshow.com/ Recruiting Animal can be an animal! ;) Send him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
What do you think sourcing brings to the recruiting process?
Specialization = good things.
Do you think one type of sourcing produces better results than another? Which and why?
No, I think it is understanding when to use what product or strategy that separates the good sourcing folks from the great ones.
Quick and Dirty - if you had six hours to source 50 Process Engineers in the chem/energy/food/pharma industry what would you do?
I'd hire Shally and he'd have it done in 30 minutes.
If you had a week?
Where do you learn about name sourcing?
Lord of the Rings - dope - not sure and I don't care. It's like asking when do you remember air.
Who are the thought leaders in name sourcing?
Shally & Glenn - William Uranga as well.
What training have you had/are you currently taking?
Lot's of webinars and white papers these days.
"do first what you dread most."
What sourcing tools do you use?
LinkedIn, Broadlook and Zoominfo nail about 80% of what I need these days.
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