To Jump-Start Your Growth, Pick the Right Strategy

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Nov 05, 2012

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

Not every staffing business makes it through the startup phase, but yours has. After a few years in the staffing business, you’ve got a dozen or so people and perhaps a couple of offices. You’ve not only survived the startup phase, you’ve flourished. That’s the good news. But the bad news...

Professional Certifications Provide Peace Of Mind In Any Economy

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Nov 05, 2012

Category: Certification, Education, Recruiting

There isn’t a lot one can count on these days. The stalled economy has affected all manner and levels of business. An uncertain business environment has left some companies precariously wondering what the future holds. Trends, such as the constantly developing social media front, evolve so quickly it’s hard to...

Why Historic Knowledge Will Help Your Business

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Oct 04, 2012

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

Most people are only familiar with history as it is presented in class rooms and in news and media headlines. For most this translates to knowing only that which school boards admit into official classroom reading or frequently decorate news and online headlines. Consider this example: A country sends its own military...

RON ALLEN

  By Bob Marshall  |    Thu Oct 04, 2012

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Recruiting

Ron Allen passed away Memorial Day, 2006. He was too young, but it was somewhat fitting since he was a military veteran and also a very memorable man. I met Ron in the early 1990s when he was part of a team recruiting me to relocate from San Diego to Atlanta....

Use Caution When Dropping Names

  By Frank Risalvato  |    Thu Aug 23, 2012

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

Way back in the middle of one of my first telephone sales and telephone marketing training seminars, the instructor made a point to highlight the importance of having names you can drop to get from one gate keeper to the other during telephone calls. He said you should “always have a...

9 Steps for Conducting a Strong Client Meeting

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Aug 06, 2012

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

1. Rehearse your presentation: Rehearse a verbal and mental presentation of your meeting. Get to the point where you have memorized the key points that you want to cover. Nothing will add to your self confidence like preparation and rehearsal. 2. Set the framework for the meeting: Say...

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