Fordyce TV: If You Need a Sourcer, Part 1

If your organization believes it needs dedicated sourcing (recruiting research/name-generation) assets, don’t miss this invaluable live session of Fordyce TV scheduled for Tuesday, November 10, featuring Shally Steckerl.

Sourcers, also called researchers, can save big money by pipelining candidates who may never have applied through traditional avenues.

“But there is a downside — sourcing experts are difficult to find and retain,” says Shally.

In this session, Shally takes us through how he built some of the world’s most successful sourcing teams. In part 1 (November 10), he will uncover how to find and hire world-class researchers. He’ll share how to determine how many you may need (contract vs. full-time); what to look for (and what to avoid) when hiring sourcers; what metrics to put in place; and related topics of interest. Part 2 of this series will conclude with Shally on Tuesday, November 17.

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Via the chat forum, you can share your success stories and cautionary tales around sourcers, and get Shally’s advice to avoid the pitfalls.

Part 1 of this series will be held at 2pm Eastern on Tuesday, November 10 on www.fordyceletter.com (right before the show you’ll see a small TV logo — click the white arrow in the box — if you don’t see the box at 2, try refreshing the screen once or twice until you see it). There will be a live Q&A session via the chat box with Shally after the presentation, too, so come prepared with questions.

Elaine Rigoli has nearly 15 years of experience managing content and community for various B2B and consumer websites. Elaine has written thousands of business and technology articles and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and eWeek, among other publications.

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