Sneak Peek at the Week Ahead

Here is what is going on around the world this week:

  • On Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. ET over on our sister site,, we will be premiering another brand new episode of Fordyce TV. On this week’s episode, Lynn Hazan, recruiter and professional storyteller, will show how to use storytelling techniques to better communicate with candidates, clients, and new business propects. Hear examples of when stories made a difference in her recruiting practice, and begin to consider how to make effective use of your own recruiting stories.
  • On Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. ET, sign up for this week’s free webinar – Adjusting Talent Acquisition to a Changing Operations Model, led by Robin Ritter, Director of Talent & learning Systems at General Mills and Kristy Sidlarm Managing Consultant at Futurestep. In early 2008 General Mills created a talent initiative that optimized candidate quality, streamlined recruiting operations, and delivered the talent needed for change. This webinar will draw lessons from the initiative and provide insight to help you address key questions that drive the success of a challenging talent acquisition effort.
  • This Friday is the last day to take advantage of the $200 early bird discount for ERE Expo 2009 Fall. This year’s expo will be taking place from September 9 – 11 at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, FL, and will feature nearly 30 speakers from companies like Adidas, Wal-Mart, Microsoft, American Cancer Society, Fifth Third Bank, Intel, the EEOC, Fluor, Sodexo and many more! And ERE subscribers can save an additional $200 by using the product code FL09ERE when registering.

Have a great week, and feel free to leave any questions in the comments section below.

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Scott is The Fordyce Letter's Marketing Director. Handling all communications to the recruiting community about our products and services, you have most likely heard from Scott at one point or another. Drop him a line or meet up with him at one of our upcoming events.


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