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As part of my Recruitment Leaders podcast series on SoundCloud I spoke with Alex Moyle from Elevated Recruiting.  He works with recruitment leaders and their teams to make them more productive and their businesses more profitable.

We had a really interesting chat about:

  • How to build a high value recruitment business
  • Recruiters are now not the only game in town – recruitment tech and the flat fee model has disrupted the client/recruiter conversation
  • Recruiters need to behave more like accountants and lawyers and add value by consulting and not simply recruiting.
  • Lidl and burgers
  • Why most recruitment firms never get above 10 people
  • Why do recruitment leaders ask their staff to do something that they would not do themselves or are not equipped to deliver?
  • How to run a recruitment firm with a dispersed management team
  • And he also gave his view into what he thinks that every recruitment leader should do before Christmas.

This is a great listen for recruitment business owners and directors who are keen to grow their businesses.

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

Brandon MetcalfTalent Rover: Listen to Talent Communities and Recruiter Contol

Tracey BarrettBlueSky PR: Listen to Recruitment Marketing and PR in 2015

James NathanThe James Nathan ExperienceTurning Candidates into Clients

Stephen BarnhurstBroadbean: Listen to Jobs and Marketing for Recruiters

Stephen O’DonnellPC Evaluate: Listen to Psychometrics and Recruitment Process

Alan HiddlestonFirefish: Recruitment CRM, Listen to Recruitment Marketing

Nick EllisHirabl: Listen to Back door placements and how to catch them

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Wendy McDougallFirefish: talks predictive analytics

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