ERE Webinar

The Evolution of the Candidate Funnel: Diamond Recruiting

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The marketing funnel is dead! Recruiters need to think outside the box and look at the Diamond Recruiting process to find their diamonds in the rough. Typical recruiting methods can leave recruiters zigzagging between the right candidates and what their clients say they want. The Diamond Method utilizes the Four C’s of recruiting to find the right candidates for any organization. Let’s start mining with Collaboration, Calibration, Candidates and Culture.

Join us for a free webinar on Thursday, January 31, as speaker Chris Murdock shares how IQTalent Partners finds the diamonds in the rough when looking for the best candidates for their clients. If you’re struggling to recruit the candidates your company needs, it’s time to switch up the process. Chris’ Diamond Recruiting Method is the evolution of recruiting as we know it.

Chris will share the following and much more:

  • The Four C’s of Diamond Recruiting
  • Collaboration, Calibration, Candidates, Culture and how they’ll help you
  • How to apply Diamond Recruiting using the Four C’s

Who Should Attend: Anyone currently using the traditional candidate funnel. Recruiters who are frustrated with the skills gap and want a better solution as to how to beat it.

This webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now. Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCI and SHRM credits.

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Presented by:

Chris Murdock

Chris Murdock is the Co-Founder and Senior Partner of IQTalent Partners. Chris has over 18 years of executive recruiting experience and leads research and sourcing for the firm while also developing client relationships.
Prior to Founding IQTalent Partners, Chris was a Sourcer with Yahoo!'s internal Executive Recruiting team in the corporate offices in Sunnyvale, California. Previous to Yahoo!, Chris was an Associate in the Menlo Park, California office of with Heidrick & Struggles, where he recruited for software, hardware, professional services, and semiconductor clients. Before Heidrick & Struggles, Chris worked in the Retail Practice of TMP Worldwide in Atlanta, Georgia.