As you know, being a great technology recruiter in today’s candidate-driven market goes beyond just meeting quotas. Your hiring managers expect you to always bring your A-game, and to do things as fast as possible. With the buzzwords, trends and timesaving technologies seeming to multiply by the minute, finding the right way to streamline your processes can get overwhelming. In light of that, we’re going back to the basics: Habits.
Yes, habit formation, a.k.a., the built-in automation system you’ve been underestimating for years. The truth is, even for recruiting “rock stars,” some of the most cutting-edge skills stem from simple daily routines. When you learn how to adopt positive habits into your workflow, you can free up time otherwise spent on prepping and organization. Plus, you can reinvest that time back into what really matters: Connecting with your candidates.
Tech recruiting isn’t easy, but with the right mix of sustainable habits, staying at the top of your game can feel a whole lot easier. Peak performance will be your standard, and your hiring managers will definitely take notice.
Register now for our October 11 webinar, “10 Habits of Highly Successful Tech Recruiters,” to learn how to take your recruiting success into your own hands. In this informative session, you’ll hear from David Nicola, Senior Sourcing Lead at Terminal, who has spent the past 20 years perfecting his craft in various human service functions. Nicola has been active in the recruiting space since 2010, with a sourcing background in startup, agency and corporate environments.
During this Dice-sponsored webinar, Nicola will share:
- How to set yourself up to be as productive and efficient as possible.
- Best practices for communicating with hiring managers and candidates.
- Methods to measure and track your success, and watch yourself improve.
Reserve your seat now to learn practical, easy steps you can take to enhance your recruiting effectiveness and hire top talent faster.
Webinar: 10 Habits of Highly Successful Tech Recruiters
Date: Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time: 9 AM PST / 12 PM EST
Length: 1 hour