True, there weren’t that many Preferred Members at the 2011 National Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., last week, not as many as we’re used to for that event, anyway.
But those that did attend were 100% committed to networking, training, and of course, fun.
As there always is, split placements will result from the National Convention. Because they attended, some of the Preferred Members will share job orders and information and that relationship will eventually result in a split placement. That’s exactly how we’ve drawn it up, and I’m happy to say, that’s how it happens.
However, rather than have me go on and one about the benefits of attending these events, I’m going to let some of the recruiters who attended do the talking.
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I wanted to let you know that I was very impressed with your selection of Jon Bartos as the main speaker at the National Convention. Jon shared a great deal of informative material and provided some useful forms and check lists that can be used immediately. In addition, the free eBook he offered will be beneficial to some of us that are technically challenged. Once again thank you and your staff for your hard work at this year’s National Convention.
Len Hale of Hale & Associates
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Thanks for putting on such a good conference. I really enjoyed the meetings and had a very good time. It’s great to get a recharge for the my desk.
Marty Stan of Samaritan Technical Professionals
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Thanks so much for the Top Producing Recruiter plaque. I was very disappointed to not be able to attend the TEN Conference in Ft. Lauderdale. The timing coincided perfectly with the birth of my 7th grandchild, and since the birth was a c-section, I had to babysit my granddaughter while mom was in the hospital for 4 days and dad stayed with her.
Thanks for all the great work that Top Echelon Network continues to do.. Being part of Top Echelon Network is certainly a key to my success as a recruiter!! Your whole team is just outstanding!
Pat McCombs of KB Search Team, LLC
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I also want to let you know that we’ll soon be sending out an email survey to the Network Membership asking them what we can do to make these events more attractive, more enjoyable, and more productive. After all, the Fall Conference is this October, and we want all of you to attend!
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