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FREE Recruiting Webinar: 'Something Old, Something New'


After a month’s hiatus (due to the Top Echelon Network National Convention), we’re back with another FREE training webinar for recruiting firms!

Greg DoerschingPresenting this month’s webinar is industry trainer Greg Doersching of The Griffin Search Group.

The title of his session is “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something True.”

This webinar is scheduled for 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Tuesday, May 14.

Doersching has presented webinars for Top Echelon before, and he’s also served as the keynote speaker at Top Echelon Network conference, conventions, and regional meetings.

In addition, Doersching is one of the most popular speakers and trainers in the recruitment industry today, owing in large part to this wealth of experience, keen insight, and down-to-earth approach to the profession.

Below is the official description of “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something True”:

Join Greg Doersching as he walks you through four key tactical points necessary for managing an effective and efficient recruiting desk:

Something Old—True headhunting: digging behind Linkedin to get to the people you want.

Something New—Turning interview debriefs into a more dedicated activity.

Something Borrowed—The best bit from a recent webinar Greg attended on LinkedIn techniques that can help you get those “hidden” names faster.

Something True—The world of recruiting will drastically change during the next five years, and Greg will show you what you need to do NOW to capitalize on it.

This is one session you don't want to miss!

As with all of the webinars that are part of the Top Echelon training series, there was a live webinar and now there’s a recorded version.  Below is a link to the recorded version of "The Return of Headhunting":

Register for 'Something Old, Something New'!

Please note that the live session is open to the first 100 people who register.  If you're not able to register, we're recording the webinar and will post the recorded version on our website at a later date.

Top Echelon offers FREE training webinars for recruitment throughout the year, so be sure to subscribe to the Recruiter Training Blog for more information.

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Did you really mean the seminar is 12:00PM to 1:00AM ?
Posted @ Friday, May 10, 2013 9:04 AM by Marsha Breniser
Marsha, good catch! That would be one long webinar, wouldn't it? Heh heh. No, the webinar ends at 2 p.m., EST. I made the change on GoToWebinar. Thanks for bringing that to our attention. Hope you enjoy the webinar!
Posted @ Friday, May 10, 2013 9:35 AM by Matt Deutsch
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