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Recruiting Animal



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Updated: 2018-01-13T11:18:05-05:00

 



Treat Smart People To Lunch

2018-01-13T11:20:57-05:00

Hubspot's policy: "Take someone smart out for a meal. Learn something. Expense it. No approval needed. No limits. No rules. Use good judgment.“ At age 24, Shah had a small network so he asked a senior sales rep for guidance. “His advice: ‘Pickup golf. Big deals are always done on the golf course.’ This was a problem I had never held a golf club and golf took time, money and patience, none of which I had.” Shah tells Quartz, expressing a sentiment that most people who aren’t wealthy white men can relate to. “So instead, I decided that to replace...



Swearing Is Good For You

2018-01-13T09:00:17-05:00

On The Recruiting Animal Show, guest, Chris Schwacofer, came under fire for his salty tongue. So, here's an article about that: "For as long as I can remember, I’ve been unable to convincingly curse.... If I’m chatting with a colleague and they start dropping F-bombs, I freeze up ... "Am I paying a price for talking like Ned Flanders? "In her new book Swearing Is Good for You: The Amazing Science of Bad Language, author Emma Byrne makes a strong case that the answer is yes. "Swearing is “socially and emotionally essential” and “beneficial to us.” "Swearing is so fundamental...



Job Search Optimism

2017-12-14T15:49:46-05:00

The other day, Rob Dromgoole, an excellent recruiter, posted a quotation from Colin Powell on Facebook. It read: "Optimism is a force multiplier". That was one of of Powell's rules for leadership. He also said this: "I am talking about a gung-ho attitude that says, "We can change things here, we can achieve awesome goals... Give me the unrealistic aspirations of the optimist any day". This struck a positive chord with me but I think that it can be misleading. When it came to taking military action, Powell was very cautious. The so-called Powell Doctrine demanded that a lot of...