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Coaching Recruiters. Shut up and let them talk!

Coaching Recruiters. Shut up and let them talk!

This is the fifth blog in my series on great coaching for managers of recruiter teams. Previously I expanded on the importance of ‘live feedback’, ‘real life coaching’, as well as the tactic of ‘plugging in’ new recruits. Today we look at ‘role swapping’. Many managers I have worked with feel that if they are […]

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'Plug-in' your new recruiters for fast learning

‘Plug-in’ your new recruiters for fast learning

This is the fourth blog in my series on great coaching for managers of recruiter teams. Previously I expanded on the importance of ‘Live Feedback’ as well as the ‘Real Life’ approach to consultant coaching. Today we talk about effectively inducting new hires through clever coaching. If you spend all your time training consultants in […]

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Coaching Recruiters. Doing your job while teaching them their job!

Coaching Recruiters. Doing your job while teaching them their job!

This is the third blog in my series on great coaching for managers of recruiter teams. Last week I expanded on the importance of ‘Live Feedback’ as a coaching tool, and today we turn our attention to the sadly under-utilised ‘Real Life’ approach to consultant coaching. One of the major learnings for me about effective […]

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Recruiters only learn by being coached in 'real time'

Recruiters only learn by being coached in ‘real time’

As anyone who has been in recruitment for a while knows, the subtle and varied skills of our industry are best learned ‘on the job’, and they are always best communicated with the help of a mentor or coach, usually your manager, who can show how things work in real life. There are stats on […]

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