GET THE JOB #1 – Sell yourself with a tiny bit of research

I interview dozens of people a week, lots of who work in sales, I am always surprised by the number of people that haven’t done the simplest bit of research about me.

Growth = More content fewer blog posts?

Believe it or not, I’m mega hung up about writing articles on my blog… Hung up cos I always want them to be perfect. I wrote at the beginning of last year that I was going to be less hung up about it. I felt I was drowning in the noise of nontent that everyone […]


Want to know how to be an awesome recruiter in 2018 and hire loads more people?
I bundled up a bunch of Practical Tips to kick off the year.

Why sourcing should walk hand in hand with recruiting!

Sourcing should not be a function apart, sourcing and sourcers should walk hand in hand with recruiters.

In most recruiting workflows, sourcing comes last, I believe that’s wrong and here’s why.

Recruitment Automation, how far should you go?

Automation, Robots and AI have been prolific in my career as a recruiter. With all of these new fangled tools being so on trend right now, I thought it would be fun to write down from my own quick guide to how far you can go with automation.

In-house Recruiters; Should you be getting a Bonus?

DBR is Running a salary survey and I was really interested to find that more than 40% of in-house recruiters arent getting a bonus.

Why Sourcers are racing the machines

Having competed in the SourceCon Grandmaster vs a Robot, I thought it would be fun to bundle up what losing to a robot taught me about my job and how it is evolving.

Help, my brain is overloaded!

Some coping mechanisms that I use to deal with the craziness of today’s world.

Why Sourcers are… not baby Recruiters!

An argument as to why your perception of a Sourcer as a junior Recruiter to supply you with candidates is wrong.

Lost in the noise

A few of my thoughts on blogging and why I haven’t done it for a while.