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February 21, 2019

I didn`t know whether to laugh or be angry. I had extremely mixed emotions. The sender, one of the most highly regarded CRO’s in Colorado, went out of his way to return my message so nothing personal and thank you, but…. Savvy Executive Recruiters understand that you have “an internal team”. “We” are not internal[…]

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February 11, 2019

The slowdown?  Chicken or Egg?  The most recent WSJ survey of SMB owners shows a decline in business confidence.  The majority of the SMB SaaS companies I talk to are taking a “wait and see” stance this year. Coincidence?  What’s the genesis of the fear?   Must we be ruled by the “recession calendar”?  I think[…]

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December 3, 2018

Greenbook made me cry tears of joy like nothing since “The Color Purple”.  It made me laugh like “Something About Mary”.  But it also teaches us lessons we need to relearn; from racial hypocrisy to the history and beauty of our amazing country.  Most of all it’s about respecting one another each and every day[…]

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November 1, 2018

Avoiding Groupthink I’ve been recruiting for almost 40 years.  Transactions between hiring authorities and search consultants remain the same.  Employer’s sole focus is on my candidates’ “measurables”; i.e. credentials, statistics, competitors, etc… Data in, outdated?   Is it time to re-consider traditional personnel evaluation processes? In Sales Job history is Overrated? The executives I survey agree[…]

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July 26, 2018

For the last couple of years we have been sending out email chimps to clients and candidates in our database. These are articles pertaining to our business of recruiting, hiring processes, current state of the market, etc. Of the 929 sent out, 189 are opened, on average from 20%-24%. My question is what makes you[…]

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July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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February 21, 2019

I didn`t know whether to laugh or be angry. I had extremely mixed emotions. The sender, one of the most highly regarded CRO’s in Colorado, went out of his way to return my message so nothing personal and thank you, but…. Savvy Executive Recruiters understand that you have “an internal team”. “We” are not internal[…]

Read More

February 11, 2019

The slowdown?  Chicken or Egg?  The most recent WSJ survey of SMB owners shows a decline in business confidence.  The majority of the SMB SaaS companies I talk to are taking a “wait and see” stance this year. Coincidence?  What’s the genesis of the fear?   Must we be ruled by the “recession calendar”?  I think[…]

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December 3, 2018

Greenbook made me cry tears of joy like nothing since “The Color Purple”.  It made me laugh like “Something About Mary”.  But it also teaches us lessons we need to relearn; from racial hypocrisy to the history and beauty of our amazing country.  Most of all it’s about respecting one another each and every day[…]

Read More

November 1, 2018

Avoiding Groupthink I’ve been recruiting for almost 40 years.  Transactions between hiring authorities and search consultants remain the same.  Employer’s sole focus is on my candidates’ “measurables”; i.e. credentials, statistics, competitors, etc… Data in, outdated?   Is it time to re-consider traditional personnel evaluation processes? In Sales Job history is Overrated? The executives I survey agree[…]

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July 26, 2018

For the last couple of years we have been sending out email chimps to clients and candidates in our database. These are articles pertaining to our business of recruiting, hiring processes, current state of the market, etc. Of the 929 sent out, 189 are opened, on average from 20%-24%. My question is what makes you[…]

Read More

July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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February 21, 2019

I didn`t know whether to laugh or be angry. I had extremely mixed emotions. The sender, one of the most highly regarded CRO’s in Colorado, went out of his way to return my message so nothing personal and thank you, but…. Savvy Executive Recruiters understand that you have “an internal team”. “We” are not internal[…]

Read More

February 11, 2019

The slowdown?  Chicken or Egg?  The most recent WSJ survey of SMB owners shows a decline in business confidence.  The majority of the SMB SaaS companies I talk to are taking a “wait and see” stance this year. Coincidence?  What’s the genesis of the fear?   Must we be ruled by the “recession calendar”?  I think[…]

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December 3, 2018

Greenbook made me cry tears of joy like nothing since “The Color Purple”.  It made me laugh like “Something About Mary”.  But it also teaches us lessons we need to relearn; from racial hypocrisy to the history and beauty of our amazing country.  Most of all it’s about respecting one another each and every day[…]

Read More

November 1, 2018

Avoiding Groupthink I’ve been recruiting for almost 40 years.  Transactions between hiring authorities and search consultants remain the same.  Employer’s sole focus is on my candidates’ “measurables”; i.e. credentials, statistics, competitors, etc… Data in, outdated?   Is it time to re-consider traditional personnel evaluation processes? In Sales Job history is Overrated? The executives I survey agree[…]

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July 26, 2018

For the last couple of years we have been sending out email chimps to clients and candidates in our database. These are articles pertaining to our business of recruiting, hiring processes, current state of the market, etc. Of the 929 sent out, 189 are opened, on average from 20%-24%. My question is what makes you[…]

Read More

July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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February 21, 2019

I didn`t know whether to laugh or be angry. I had extremely mixed emotions. The sender, one of the most highly regarded CRO’s in Colorado, went out of his way to return my message so nothing personal and thank you, but…. Savvy Executive Recruiters understand that you have “an internal team”. “We” are not internal[…]

Read More

February 11, 2019

The slowdown?  Chicken or Egg?  The most recent WSJ survey of SMB owners shows a decline in business confidence.  The majority of the SMB SaaS companies I talk to are taking a “wait and see” stance this year. Coincidence?  What’s the genesis of the fear?   Must we be ruled by the “recession calendar”?  I think[…]

Read More

December 3, 2018

Greenbook made me cry tears of joy like nothing since “The Color Purple”.  It made me laugh like “Something About Mary”.  But it also teaches us lessons we need to relearn; from racial hypocrisy to the history and beauty of our amazing country.  Most of all it’s about respecting one another each and every day[…]

Read More

November 1, 2018

Avoiding Groupthink I’ve been recruiting for almost 40 years.  Transactions between hiring authorities and search consultants remain the same.  Employer’s sole focus is on my candidates’ “measurables”; i.e. credentials, statistics, competitors, etc… Data in, outdated?   Is it time to re-consider traditional personnel evaluation processes? In Sales Job history is Overrated? The executives I survey agree[…]

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July 26, 2018

For the last couple of years we have been sending out email chimps to clients and candidates in our database. These are articles pertaining to our business of recruiting, hiring processes, current state of the market, etc. Of the 929 sent out, 189 are opened, on average from 20%-24%. My question is what makes you[…]

Read More

July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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