Recruitment Efficiencies: What Separates the Best from the Rest
Most people know that John Wooden was one of the best NCAA basketball coaches of all time. What you may not know is that, each year, he’d spend a solid week teaching his new players how to put on their socks and tie their shoes correctly. This kept their feet feeling better, prevented blisters and helped them run faster and longer. His obsession with the basics was part of what helped him win 10 championships in 12 years with UCLA.
And Wooden’s approach can be adapted to nearly any field – including recruiting. So even though blistered heels and tripping over loose shoelaces may not be major concerns for most recruiters, taking some time to work on the fundamentals of recruiting can still help you bridge even the largest recruiting gaps.
Listen On-Demand as Mary Prendergast and Jason Bartusch combine their 15 years of experience in the HR space with 3rd party research to break down what separates the best recruiters from the rest. Don’t be surprised if some of that is a renewed focus on the fundamentals.