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A Brief History of Recruiting
Illustrative Requisition Fillers


Process Masters


Talent Advisors


The Future of Recruiting? Recruiting impacted by: ■ Shrinking talent pools;
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‘Spraying and praying’ through printed job advertisements Taking orders from hiring managers

Using online technology Building pipelines of passive talent Executing processes effectively



Building business acumen and labor market expertise Influencing decisions Becoming credible business partners







New technology; and Increased candidate mobility.



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The best recruiting
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Collaboration, influence, complexity management, decision making, and vision are the most important recruiting executive behaviors. Fewer than one-half of all recruiting executives are proficient at collaboration, whereas only approximately two-fifths demonstrate effective vision. Only approximately one-quarter of recruiting executives are proficient in all five critical behaviors.

RECRUITING EXECUTIVES FAIL TO DEMONSTRATE MOST IMPORTANT BEHAVIORS
Impact of Recruiting Leadership Behaviors on Recruiting Effectiveness1
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14%

13%

12%



Collaboration

Influence

Complexity Management

Decision Making

Vision



Percentage of recruiting executives demonstrating each behavior proficiently (rated by recruiters) Percentage of recruiting executives demonstrating all five behaviors proficiently (rated by recruiters)

49%

42%

41%

44%

41%

26%

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Recruiting effectiveness is an organization’s ability to consistently achieve recruiting outcomes related to quality, cost, and time.

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DECONSTRUCTING THE NEW RECRUITING LEADER
Current State of Recruiting Leadership Five Key Leadership Behaviors Future State of Recruiting Leadership

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Adopt a service orientation. Fight complexity by increasing authority. Create strong, personal relationships. Build

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