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As part of our Recruitment Leaders series, Founder and COO of Talent Rover, Brandon Metcalf spent a little time with me having a chat about his passion for smart recruitment process in an industry dominated by tech and data.

He recently penned a great blog:

The Dawn of Communities: Why Social Hubs are the New Competitive Edge - Tweet This

 So we had a quick call to chat about:

  • Creating talent communities could mean recruiters giving up control
  • Do recruitment websites actually have a function, or are they just all recruiter features?
  • Recruiters are control freaks
  • Why recruiters should setup AND foster clients/candidate collaboration
  • Does the recruitment process actually allow for talent communities? Or it is too transactional?
  • How can we get engaged with disengaged talent?

It’s really refreshing to talk to tech leaders in the recruiting space.  They don’t just sell Recruitment CRM.  They live and breathe great process and innovation (in an industry that is crying out for it!)

 Listen to Brandon’s interview here:

 

So far we have interviewed the following recruiting / marketing / tech leaders:

Tracey Barrett, BlueSky PR: Listen to Recruitment Marketing and PR in 2015

Stephen Barnhurst, Broadbean: Listen to Jobs and Marketing for Recruiters

Stephen O’Donnell, PC Evaluate: Listen to Psychometrics and Recruitment Process

Alan Hiddleston, Firefish: Recruitment CRM, Listen to Recruitment Marketing

Nick Ellis, Hirabl: Listen to Back door placements and how to catch them

 

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Coming soon:

James Nathan, The James Nathan Experience: Recruiter Sales Strategies

Wendy McDougall, Firefish: talks predictive analytics

Alex Moyle, Selzig Consulting Talks Recruiter Sales and Process

Anthony Sutton, Cream HR: talks recruitment and HR for recruiters

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