Barb Bruno, CPC,CTS
March 23, 2016
The Westin Houston Memorial City
945 Gessner Road Houston, TX 77024
8:30 am - 11:15 am
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Registration & Refreshments 8:00 am
Program begins 8:30 - 11:15 am
MEMBERS - $70
NON MEMBERS - $105
8:30 am – 9:45 am BEST PRACTICES TO ADAPT FOR MARKET CHANGES
The recruiting profession is cyclical and there are times when it can be challenging to attain goals and objectives. There are actions you can take to breathe life into your marketing and recruiting efforts.
During this session Barb Bruno, CPC, CTS will discuss:
• Changes you need to implement immediately
• Marketing best practices in today’s market
• Recruiting best practices in today’s market
• How to start a new niche or breathe life in to your niche
Barb will set time aside to answer your questions.
9:45 am - 10:00 am BREAK
10:00am -11:15 am IT TAKES TENACITY AND PERSISTENCE TO SUCCEED
It is important to remember that there are always employers who are hiring. This can be the result of terminations, retirements, resignations or upcoming projects. Job satisfaction still remains at historic lows, under 20%. This means 80% of employees working would quit their job if given the opportunity. You must position yourself differently and change your expectations.
During this session Barb will address:
• Rewards of persistence and tenacity
• How to stay motivated in order to achieve results
• Effectively overcome current candidates and client objections
Bring your top five client and candidate objections and obtain effective answers to overcome them.
Barb will set time aside to answer questions most important to you!
Registrations are fully refundable if cancelled at least 8 days prior to the event. If cancellations are sent in after the refund deadline, HAAPC will issue 3 Lunch N Learn (lunch not included) event vouchers to be used at future events. Cancellations must be made via email to email@example.com.
Barb Bruno is the owner of HR Search, Inc. and has placed thousands of high level HR Professionals both direct and contract, in the Chicagoland market. She has worked in all segments of the Staffing and Recruiting Profession throughout her career.
Barb has been singled out for her achievements in the Staffing and Recruiting Profession receiving the highest honor in Indiana – the Ancil T. Brown Award, the highest honor in Illinois – The Lincoln Award, and the two highest national awards from NAPS – the Harold B. Nelson Award and Hall of Fame. She received a Woman of Merit Award for her philanthropic endeavors and has held leadership roles in the Chamber of Commerce, Girls and Boys Clubs of America, Business and Professional Women’s Club and many other Associations.