This Week in Talent (5 April)

We are back this week with strategies on how you can get your cold emails the attention you crave, what makes a successful recruitment strategy according to CEOs and founders of high growth businesses, tips on writing job postings that your candidates can’t resist, and more.
Enjoy these musings!

4 Psychological Techniques to Make Cold Email A Little Bit Warmer

Understanding the heuristics behind fast thinking is key to getting your cold emails the attention you crave. Find out what they are and check out the examples showing how you can use them to your advantage.

Google Moves from Search to Sourcing as Hire by Google Launches Candidate Discovery

Google makes further incursions into the Talent Acquisition space with the launch of Candidate Discovery and one of the sharpest minds in the industry Matt Charney has written up his analysis and thoughts on that. Must read.

10 Email Phrases That Make You Sound Unprofessional

Are you guilty of using these phrases? Maybe it’s time to review your email writing practices.

Where Is the Education We Need?

Talent Futurist Kevin Wheeler makes a passionate call to reinvent education and refocus on soft skills to deal with the challenges brought forth by automation and robotics. Here are three ways we can go about achieving that.

A Glance at What Makes a Successful Recruitment Strategy

Thoughts from an exclusive community of CEOs and founders from high growth businesses on what makes a good recruitment strategy. Must read if you are keen to improve your current hiring processes to attract the best Talent.

How to Write A Job Posting People Actually Want to Apply To

Great tips from Lars Schmidt on how you can turbo charge your job postings and make them more appealing to your target audience.

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