Podcast: Finding a Management Style That Works (For You!)

Not all recruiting businesses operate the same way. Successfully, that is.

Whether you manage multiple offices over many cities, states, or countries, have a small group of employees who work in an office with you, or run your office on your own, management styles are never going to be exactly the same. Managing two employees requires a different approach than managing twenty. Managing one location requires a different strategy than managing multiple locations or a virtual office. If you try to model your management style exactly after another person or office, chances are it’s not going to work.

At the Fordyce Forum next week, we have a panel of successful recruiters scheduled to discuss how to find the management style that works best for you. 

In the following podcast with Jordan Rayboy, we talked about how he has successfully managed a virtual office over the last several years. However, Jordan’s office management style may not work for you, which is why we’ve put together a management panel consisting of individuals with very different management styles. Join us in Vegas and learn from all the panelists — Adam Dalva, Carolyn Thompson, Mike Gionta, and Jordan Rayboy, moderated by Jenifer Lambert. While there are certainly management style differences, there are also similarities and universal truths that apply to teams of all shapes and sizes. Enjoy the following podcast and join us next week to learn from the struggles and successes of the four panelists and how they keep their teams productive, cohesive, and working toward a common goal.

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See you in Vegas!

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Amybeth Quinn began her career in sourcing working within the agency world as an Internet Researcher. Since 2002, she has worked in both agency and corporate sourcing and recruiting roles as both individual contributor and manager, and also served previously as the editor of The Fordyce Letter, FordyceLetter.com and SourceCon.com, with ERE Media. These days she's working on some super cool market intelligence and data analytics projects. You can connect with her on Twitter at @researchgoddess.