Fordyce TV: How a Main Street Recruiter Can Take on International Work

The increasingly popular Fordyce TV series returns with a brand-new show and brand-new star. In addition to Jeff Kaye and his Next Level Live series (Jeff’s next show will air February 17), we’re excited to add a new show to the roster.

On Tuesday, January 27, Dave Nerz, president of NPA Worldwide, will kick off his brand-new show, Splits Happen.

His first show will touch on a timely topic in this economic environment. If you’ve ever considered leveraging your network into the next state, he suggests that “going global” is really not much different.

However, if you are a physical-presence recruiter, well, this is going to be tough for you.

If you don’t trust people…this won’t work for you.

If you don’t do what you say you will do…this will likely be a problem for you.

And if you don’t like to invest effort for results…well, forget it.

But Dave says it’s easier than you might think, as long as you define your goals, understand what tools make your life easier, and get busy working your connections.

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Am I a Candidate?

Check out this list to determine whether this is the route for you:

Don’t split

  • I’m equally good at all aspects of recruiting.
  • I have never needed help to fill a job.
  • My defined niche is always hot.
  • I can always use the candidates I source.

Split

  • I’m better at the client or the candidate side.
  • I can often use help to speed a fill.
  • Sometimes my specialty area slows.
  • I find great people outside my niche.

So tune in Tuesday, January 27 at 2pm ET and learn more when Splits Happen premieres! Simply log on to www.fordyceletter.com at 2pm and enjoy the show. After the presentation, viewers can chat live with Dave via the chat box and get their questions answered directly.

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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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1 Comment on “Fordyce TV: How a Main Street Recruiter Can Take on International Work

  1. There is a lot of truth in the saying: “If you think you can – you can, if you think you can’t….”
    I am a retained recruiter based in Houston, TX specializing in the oil and gas sector. Currently, finishing my very first global search in Europe in a niche I knew nothing about prior to being engaged for the search. It is working great. Nowadays, there are so many ways of getting the information, doing it quickly and with little initial investment. So far, my client was impressed with the quality and speed of my work, and complimented me on this project.
    I a know I can do it, and, yes, attitude is everything.

    Kind regards,
    Natasha Shelyukh
    Watkins and Associates
    713 334 4342

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