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How to Generate More Leads | Recruiter Training

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williamshawn70: Lead generation is actually pretty simple. You talk to lots of people in your niche, and ask lots of questions. You’ll quickly find out “who’s who” — who’s hiring, who’s firing; who’s expanding, who’s downsizing; who’s won...

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williamshawn70 saved and folkd this page on 05/17/2013 02:09am

Lead generation is actually pretty simple. You talk to lots of people in your niche, and ask lots of questions. You’ll quickly find out “who’s who” — who’s hiring, who’s firing; who’s expanding, who’s downsizing; who’s won the contract, who’s lost the contract; who’s hot, who’s not.

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The secret to getting good information from candidates is to induce the law of reciprocity. Focus on helping them first, then ask them to help you in return. Once you demonstrate that you have their best interests at heart, they will gladly tell you everything you want to know.

Alexhansen07 saved and folkd this page on 05/29/2013 05:37am

The secret to getting good information from candidates is to induce the law of reciprocity. Focus on helping them first, then ask them to help you in return. Once you demonstrate that you have their best interests at heart, they will gladly tell you everything you want to know.

kristopherokorocha saved and folkd this page on 07/25/2013 10:26pm

One – you’re not speaking to enough clients and candidates. Two – you’re not asking the right questions. Three – you’re not asking the right questions in the right way.

benjaminkallis saved and folkd this page on 07/25/2013 10:49pm

Lead generation should be one of your objectives for every conversation, every day, with every client and every candidate. If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons.

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One – you’re not speaking to enough clients and candidates. Two – you’re not asking the right questions. Three – you’re not asking the right questions in the right way.

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One – you’re not speaking to enough clients and candidates. Two – you’re not asking the right questions. Three – you’re not asking the right questions in the right way.

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If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons. One – you’re not speaking to enough clients and candidates. Two – you’re not asking the right questions.

drewrichards saved and folkd this page on 08/08/2013 11:23pm

Who are your direct competitors? Which of your competitors would you be open to interviewing with? Which ones would you NOT work for and why?

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Focus on helping them first, then ask them to help you in return. Once you demonstrate that you have their best interests at heart, they will gladly tell you everything you want to know.

misthynorans saved and folkd this page on 08/11/2013 09:15pm

Tell them that you want to be their representative in the marketplace, and contact employers proactively on their behalf (if that is really what you intend to do).

jhonyshawn saved and folkd this page on 08/11/2013 09:29pm

And once they’ve secured another position, there’s no harm in asking them which jobs they turned down in favour of the one they accepted.

jakespencer11 saved this page on 09/02/2013 05:32am

The secret to getting good information from candidates is to induce the law of reciprocity. Focus on helping them first, then ask them to help you in return. Once you demonstrate that you have their best interests at heart, they will gladly tell you everything you want to know.

hiltonwalworth saved and folkd this page on 09/11/2013 12:21am

Lead generation should be one of your objectives for every conversation, every day, with every client and every candidate. If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons. One – you’re not speaking to enough clients and candidates. Two – you’re not asking the right questions. Three – you’re not asking the right questions in the right way.

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Lead generation should be one of your objectives for every conversation, every day, with every client and every candidate. If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons.

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Lead generation should be one of your objectives for every conversation, every day, with every client and every candidate.

markgarcia97 saved and folkd this page on 10/30/2013 03:57am

If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons.One – you’re not speaking to enough clients and candidates. Two – you’re not asking the right questions. Three – you’re not asking the right questions in the right way.

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Lead generation should be one of your objectives for every conversation, every day, with every client and every candidate. If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons.

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Lead generation should be one of your objectives for every conversation, every day, with every client and every candidate. If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons.

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Focus on helping them first, then ask them to help you in return. Once you demonstrate that you have their best interests at heart, they will gladly tell you everything you want to know

Johanwarn894 saved and folkd this page on 07/21/2014 09:33pm

The secret to getting good information from candidates is to induce the law of reciprocity. Focus on helping them first, then ask them to help you in return.

recruitmentcoach saved and folkd this page on 08/07/2014 11:15pm

The way most of us were taught to gather leads – and the method that many recruiters still rely on – is actually the least effective.

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The way most of us were taught to gather leads – and the method that many recruiters still rely on – is actually the least effective.

warrenrichard889 saved and folkd this page on 08/07/2014 11:45pm

The way most of us were taught to gather leads – and the method that many recruiters still rely on – is actually the least effective.

emilydickinson79 saved and folkd this page on 08/15/2014 11:32pm

The way most of us were taught to gather leads – and the method that many recruiters still rely on – is actually the least effective.

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The way most of us were taught to gather leads – and the method that many recruiters still rely on – is actually the least effective.

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The way most of us were taught to gather leads – and the method that many recruiters still rely on – is actually the least effective.

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The way most of us were taught to gather leads – and the method that many recruiters still rely on – is actually the least effective.

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Lead generation should be one of your objectives for every conversation, every day, with every client and every candidate. If you don’t have more leads than you can handle, it’s for one of three reasons.

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Focus on helping them first, then ask them to help you in return. Once you demonstrate that you have their best interests at heart, they will gladly tell you everything you want to know.

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