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Quick and Free Ways to Source Executive Talent Online

presented by Shally Steckerl

sponsored by TheLadders

Whether in corporate recruiting or third-party search, attracting executive talent requires more than just pitching a position, but requires you to impress them with your knowledge about their background, the industry, and how they can help your company. You are also expected to have a much higher degree of contact with them throughout all points of the process, and maintain strict confidentiality.

Whether in corporate recruiting or third-party search, attracting executive talent requires more than just pitching a position, but requires you to impress them with your knowledge about their background, the industry, and how they can help your company. You are also expected to have a much higher degree of contact with them throughout all points of the process, and maintain strict confidentiality.

Sourcing for executives is not just a matter of finding people with specific job titles. A match must be made in the scope of responsibilities, particular areas of expertise and background, even if the job title or department doesn’t match. Often executives will move from a Product Development, for example, to an Engineering, Quality or Sales function. Top executive recruiters leverage deep competitive intelligence about the business, their company and industry, essentially becoming business experts.

In this webinar we will look at how advanced sourcing techniques can help address a few main areas of concern in recruiting executive talent:

  • Quality: presenting candidates that meet and exceed requirements, even though job titles and departments may not match
  • Inclusion: presenting a diverse slate of candidates for leadership roles
  • Speed/Efficiency: executive recruitment relationships take time to build but accelerating the research process can shorten time to fill
  • Candidate Information: executive hiring committees expect thorough backgrounds on presented candidates, both formal and informal

This complimentary webinar will mix strategic and tactical methods to help you deliver a more impressive slate of qualified prospects faster than you ever have before.