Episode 11 - When Continuing Education in Recruiting Impacts Earnings with Top Industry Trainers Tricia Tamkin Jason Thibeault artwork
The Elite Recruiter Podcast

Episode 11 - When Continuing Education in Recruiting Impacts Earnings with Top Industry Trainers Tricia Tamkin Jason Thibeault

  • S1E11
  • 41:25
  • May 15th 2021

In this episode, Tricia Tamkin and Jason Thibeault discuss their path into the recruiting career, why they think recruiting is one of the greatest careers, as well as some tips and strategies on how to be a more effective recruiter.

 Highlights We Talk About:

  • Tricia and Jason both new early on that they wanted to be a recruiter.
  • Tricia believes that most people do not seek a recruitment career because they do not understand how spectacular it is.
  • There is a low barrier of entry to become a recruiter, but a high barrier to be successful and what it takes.
  • Continued education and training in the recruiting industry is critical if you want to succeed.
  • The things that used to work do not work anymore. The business changes all the time.
  • The importance of spending time each day learning and growing.
  • Tricia and Jason’s favorite books
  • In a people business like recruiting your personality matters so learn how to let it shine.
  • It is fulfilling to know that recruiting and placing people can change their life for the better.
  • All recruiters need to understand that you can’t make somebody take a position or extend an offer and you start to sound like a slimy salesperson if you push them too hard.
  • Even when your busy and your plate is full how much business development you need to do per day to make sure you don’t end up on the income roller coaster.
  • Sourcing is a necessary evil but it is a great opportunity if done correctly.
  • Doing random acts of kindness for people in the industry will result in business.
  • Kindness stops being kindness when you add advertising.
  • Consistent and continual action is what will move you forward.
  • Being consistent in small ways over time will yield big results.
  • The importance of having an accountability partner and/or coach

 About Tricia:

https://mooreessentials.com/tricia/

About Jason:

https://mooreessentials.com/jason/


Client Cornucopia - Sales Training

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https://mooreessentials.com/esourcing-essentials-plus/

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I wanted to focus on leaders and how they are navigating or have navigated through tough times before.

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