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Thanks for the feedback, Glenn. As my blog implies...

2007-05-31T09:55:00.000-05:00

Thanks for the feedback, Glenn. As my blog implies, I am still in training and was unaware of Clew. I appreciate you sharing the wealth here!



By only mentioning Maureen and Shally, you aren't ...

2007-05-31T09:48:00.000-05:00

By only mentioning Maureen and Shally, you aren't giving people the full scope of the stand-alone career potential. They are known for name-gen work and training (though they do other things). As you know from the thoughts I shared with you on your side research project, I think we need to include companies that do marketing competitive intelligence as well as recruitment name-gen among the examples of successful researchers. It's not that big a stretch for talented researchers to specialize in both arenas, and it greatly increases their potential client base and income. Consider companies like David Carpe's Clew.



Amybeth, This is a battle we all are fighting. Mos...

2007-05-28T09:15:00.000-05:00

Amybeth,

This is a battle we all are fighting. Most people don't even know what we do and in their ignorance they belittle the importance of what we do. I believe deep down that is the reason for my blog. To raise the awareness of our craft. Unless recruiters and others see the true heights and benefits of researcher/sourcers, they will always have that perception of us.

I believe sourcing innovations will drive the recruitment industry in the near future, but we need to find a way to elevate our image if we are to truly have an impact. We can only do so by placing ourselves in the spotlight and allowing ourselves to be "inspected" sort of speak.