ERE Webinar

Managing Your Hiring Managers

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Success for recruiters depends on having a strong partnership with a hiring manager who communicates his or her needs clearly. However, all too often, recruiters are expected to be mind readers and magicians, pulling a string of qualified candidates out of a hat at a moment’s notice.

Great relationships aren’t built in a day, and both hiring managers and recruiters have a part to play. In this webinar, we’ll take a look at ways for recruiters to work more closely with hiring managers to avoid the miscommunications and last minute requests that lead to frustrations on both sides.

We’ll discuss developing a more advisory role and different approaches to creating a more productive working environment with hiring managers.

You’ll leave the session with key information and tips on

  • How to show up as a trusted advisor
  • The importance of mutually binding service level agreements
  • Where to find great resources to help you put the recruitment role and HR’s purpose into perspective


Join our free webinar on Wednesday, April 6 for expert insight into building strong and productive relationships with hiring managers to improve recruitment for everyone.

Our speaker, Mark Klopfer, will share his experience in building world-class teams and relationships across different industries.

Who should attend? If you’re looking for tips on how to change or build a productive relationship with your hiring managers, this is the webinar for you. Join us on Wednesday, April 6.

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Presented by:

Mark Klopfer

Mark is the director of Talent Acquisition at Ellie Mae Inc. whose mission is to automate the mortgage process through its Encompass® SaaS technology platform.

Prior to joining Ellie Mae, Mark spent over fifteen years in recruiting roles with increasing responsibility in healthcare, biotech, defense and consumer goods. Before that, he served in the military in Europe and the Middle East.

He earned associate and bachelor degrees from the University of Maryland University College in Mannheim and Schwabisch Gmund Germany as well as an MBA in management and organizational behavior from California Lutheran University.