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Recruiting Trends, “Uncommon Sourcing Techniques” – Free Webinar, Sponsored by Linkedin

Posted on October 28, 2007
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By Dave Mendoza, MasterCybersleuth, Affiliate Partner, JobMachine, Inc.
(720) 733-2022

Tuesday, November 6, 2007 at 1 p.m. (ET)

Moderator:
Jeanne Sturges, Managing Editor of RecruitingTrends.com

Panelists:
Chris Murdock, Executive Sourcer, Yahoo!
Dennis Smith, Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition, T-Mobile
George Seiters, Sr. Director Corporate Solutions Product Marketing, LinkedIn

Have you ever used an ordinary phone book to call a CEO at home – and gotten referrals from his wife?
Are you familiar with Web 2.0 technology and its power as a recruiting tool?

Have you used LinkedIn to find likely candidates?
How about “stunt” recruiting, like using the release of Halo as a way of connecting with techies?

Those are just a few examples of the kind of unconventional (but effective!) recruiting tips and techniques you’ll take away from this eye-opening interactive seminar.

Designed to provide you with successful but little known “guerrilla” tactics, this event will make you something of a magician at sourcing, boost your career, and best of all, get results!

A glance at the faculty listed above tells you that Recruiting Trends’ Jeanne Sturges has brought together a team of true experts for this event all heavy hitters with deep experience in these special techniques for sourcing difficult categories of candidates.

Sponsored by LinkedIn, this interactive seminar is FREE for you and your entire recruiting team.

Jeanne Sturges

Sponsored Webinar:

Uncommon Sourcing Techniques That Uncover High Value Talent
– Presented by Jeanne Sturges, Managing Editor of RecruitingTrends.com

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Sponsored By:
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About the Presenters:

Chris Murdock Chris Murdock is a Sourcer with Yahoo!’s internal Executive Recruiting team in the corporate offices in Sunnyvale, CA. Chris actively drives the knowledge and talent management strategies for the acquisition of Director and Vice President candidates across all of Yahoo!’s business units. Prior to joining Yahoo, Chris was an Associate in the Menlo Park, CA office of Heidrick & Struggles and worked with software, hardware, and semiconductor clients. Chris joined H&S in January of 2001 in the Seattle office as a Research Associate and worked primarily in the technology and consumer industries. In March of 2002, Chris was relocated to Menlo Park where he eventually became a Research Associate for the technology practice and served as a global resource.

Prior to joining H&S, Chris worked in the Retail Practice of TMP Worldwide in Atlanta, GA. While with TMP, he worked on CEO, General Merchandise Manager, and various VP and Buyer level searches. Chris graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1999 with a BA in History.

Dennis Smith Dennis Smith has over 10 years of experience in agency and corporate recruiting, primarily in the wireless industry. As an Executive Recruiting Manager for T-Mobile, he is dedicated to meeting the needs of the HotSpot and Engineering Operations teams in the company’s Central & Southern Regions. Prior to joining T-Mobile, Dennis held recruiting leadership roles at Samsung Telecommunications and AT&T Wireless. Dennis’s passion for recruiting, as well as his desire to be an active participant within the recruiting community, sparked his first blogging activity in December ’04. Since that time, he has been an active contributor in the recruiting blogosphere, participating regularly on Recruiting.com, ERE Blog Central, and his personal blog, www.WirelessJobs.com. Formerly known as the “Masked-Blogger,” Dennis currently enjoys the freedoms associated with mask-less blogging.

George Seiters George Seiters is Sr. Director Corporate Solutions Product Marketing at LinkedIn. George joined LinkedIn from Advent Software, where he was the Director of Market Intelligence. In his 15 years at Advent, George developed extensive experience in business strategy and voice-of-customer based product development. Since joining LinkedIn, George has been working with corporate staffing groups to help define the next generation of LinkedIn tools for recruiting.

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