A QUALITY 4-Step Blueprint for Network Success
At Top Echelon, we want our Network Members to enjoy more success. And by more success, we mean more placements.
And because I like cake almost as much as life itself, I’m going to use that as our analogy. In other words, we’re going to build a Network “success cake” with this blog post. Layer upon layer of sugary, frosting-filled placement check goodness (complete with a secret ingredient).
Sound good? Great! Let’s get started. Below is a four-step blueprint for success in our recruiter network:
This is where it all starts. Quality candidates are in short supply in today’s marketplace, regardless of the pandemic and despite the current state of the economy.
BUT that’s where your split recruiting partners enter the picture. They can provide the type of candidates that your clients are seeking—and want to hire!
#2—Quality screening of those candidates
Quality candidates are just the beginning. You must also screen those candidates thoroughly.
That way, the candidates that you present to your split partners are as close to a fit as possible. This represents layer upon layer of quality . . . in our cake.
#3—Quality prepping of those candidates
Add another layer to the quality cake!
Once your client wants to start interviewing candidates, your split partners will prep them completely. This further increases the chances of making the placement.
Effective branding isn’t what you say you’re going to do . . . it’s what you actually do.
And when you act with quality throughout the entire recruiting process and that quality leads directly to making placements, then you’ve branded yourself as somebody who instills confidence in your partners.
So what’s the “secret ingredient”? Quality, of course. Quality happens to be one of The Four Pillars of Top Echelon Network.
The more you act with quality, the more split placements you can make!
If YOU want to experience more Network success, contact Top Echelon Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS.
You can do so by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.