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Glenn Gutmacher, Master Cybersleuth Presents “Internet Recruiting at LightSpeed”

Posted on March 22, 2007
Filed Under Glenn Gutmacher, Recruitment Industry, Sourcing Techniques, Speaking Engagements | 1 Comment

You may have heard the latest WOW Factor in the level of interest Cyberseluth Sourcing for Passive Talent has generated: Shally, Glenn Gutmacher and myself have the only sold-out workshop presentation for the ERE conference in San Diego next month to attend the Master Sourcing Session.

Well for all our friends in Massachusetts, don’t miss your local hero, THEE Glenn Gutmacher presenting in a venue near you in just a few weeks. Take this opportunity to sign up ASAP:

TUESDAY, APRIL 10: The MetroWest Human Resource Management Association (HRMA) presents “Internet Recruiting at LightSpeed: Free Methods to Put Your Sourcing Productivity on Steroids” featuring Glenn Gutmacher of Microsoft from 7:45am to 10:40 am at Clark U. Graduate School of Management, 1671 Worcester Rd. (Rt. 9), Framingham, MA (get directions). Cost is $20 for members; $40 for non-members. To register, email metrowesthrma{at]Verizon[dot}net or call 508-429-2424. If you mention that you’re a guest of speaker Glenn Gutmacher (and if you read my blog, then you’re a friend in my book!) and remind them that this qualifies you for the member rate, it will only cost you $20.

As Shally would say, “Glenn is good people” – we actually think he’s a great guy and a sourcing king in his own right.


One Response to “Glenn Gutmacher, Master Cybersleuth Presents “Internet Recruiting at LightSpeed””

  1. Employment Blog on March 22nd, 2007 7:44 pm

    I like this article an I whole heartedly agree with the fact that if you make a great video resume, scouring recruiters will take notice and remember you. But just like any of the websites (LinkedIn, ZoomInfo, etc), if you put something moronic up there, you will be remembered too.

    A colleague of mine spent a long time interviewing someone who he felt was qualified, but he wasn’t sure about fit. But the candidate’s MySpace profile did him in because he posted all the behaviors that made him a bad fit. So he didn’t get hired. Candidates just need to be wise, and these tactics can work in their favor.

    Juan Rodriguez
    employment blog