‘Making More and Working Less’ at the 2011 National Convention
If you asked recruiters what they want to do in 2011, the answer “Make more money while working fewer hours” might just be a popular response. And those recruiters who attend the 2011 Top Echelon Network National Convention are going to find out exactly how they can do that.
That’s because Jon Bartos of Jonathan Scott International will be the featured speaker at the National Convention. Two of the themes running through all three of his presentations will be that of “working smarter, not harder” and “making more money in less time.” Jon’s sessions are scheduled for the second day of the convention, which is Saturday, May 14.
Below are the titles and descriptions of those sessions:
“The Mechanics of Making More and Working Less”
Recruiters everywhere are working harder and harder for the same results (and in some cases, less results). How can this be stopped? In this session, Jon will show attendees how to work more efficiently and effectively in everything they do, hitting upon three key areas—1. Technique (process), 2. Time, and 3. Technology (including social media).
In this session, Jon will share the most effective business development techniques for recruiters—the methods that are working now in today’s economic environment. He’ll tell attendees what they should be doing and what they shouldn’t be doing. It all comes down to making the correct decisions, and Jon will help you make the business decisions that are right for you.
“Using Technology in Recruiting Effectively”
When it comes to recruiting, technology goes beyond social media, although Jon will touch upon social media and social networking in this session. However, he’ll discuss all aspects of technology and how recruiters should implement these aspects into their desk and recruiting process. Once again, Jon will recommend what to use and what not to use . . . and he’ll tell you why.
And not only can you make more money in less time by attending the National Convention, you can also save money by attending. That’s because if you sign up before Friday, January 14, you can still take advantage of the “Super Early Bird” registration price of just $275 per person. Once again, that’s the lowest price we’ve ever offered for a National Convention.
But that price is only good until the end of the business day on Friday. After that, the price goes up to $349 per person, which is the “Regular Early Bird” price. The dates of the National Convention are Thursday, May 12, through Saturday, May 14, and the location is The Westin Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
I hope to see you there!
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