How to make a living building winning teams for companies
Taking your dugout comradery to the next level to build a team of highly skilled and motivated businessmen is a skill waiting to be harnessed at the back of every athlete's toolbox
It's the natural progression of things. Athletes hone their skills all their lives, they fight, they train, they improve, and while doing so they push each other to achieve more, to push harder. Competing with each other only makes them individually stronger, and when your teamates get stronger, an athlete has to push themselves that much harder to keep up or to surpass them.
This is the connection between athletics and business that has got the heads of companies turning to the "Field of Dreams" for new talent. CEOs don't want to fill vacant armchairs, that want ambitious men and women who NEED to achieve goals, who are use to making personal bests not every quarter but at the end of every week. That's the kind of go-getter mentality that can make a company big bucks and that's why athletes are perfect for the position of recruiter.
To be a successful recruiter one cannot just sit in the swivelly chair and think the clients are going to come popping in the doorway looking for a job. A recruiter has to be as agreesive about finding the right candidates as an athlete is every time the whistle blows and the play starts. When that whistle blows if he were to stand there twiddling his thumbs he would get pounded by his opponent--next thing you know he would be off the team, and it's the same in business.
Thinking of a company as a big team is exactly how one should think about recruiting. You have to think about the talent that exhists on the team already, what are their strenghts, and more importantly what are their weaknesses, what holes in its starting lineup does the company have? The recruitor has to be able to analyze competing companies and get to know their starting lineups; then the recuitor needs to ask himself, what skills sets does my company lack that could lead to the competition sweeping the checkered flag out from under our feet? The other important ability the athlete has developed is a way of talking to people, a way of being personable that is contagious, and this can be invaluable once you have the talent on the line and you don't want to see it getting away from you.
You have the essentials of being a recruiter, what is left is to translate some of your skills so that they work in the field of business as opposed to in the sports arena
And happily for you this is a fairly painless transition. Some of the advantages of this profession include a flexible work schedule and the ability to earn a substantial income.
The course duration is 1 year or less during which time the student will learn how to investigate the company he is recruiting for, working to understand the exact set of talents and skills that will be needed for the successful candidates. A recruiter must realize the vast difference between quantity and quality, for there are as many candidates as there are fish in the sea but it is his obligation to attract those who are most qualified, to make sure they have the skills and tools and understanding they need to be successful in the company they are being placed. The role of the recruiter is dynamic: he must work to meet both the demands of the business in search of talent, as well as the needs of the skilled worker who will also have requirements that need to be met. The Recruiter also doubles as a Mentor figure for each recruit as he must guide him away from delusions and career paths that will end in financial riot, and steer him toward paths, perhaps even more ambitious in terms of the effort and the output that must be put forth to achieve them, but that will lead to substantial goals and a quality of life that is ultimately what the job seeker hopes to find. Tools for both setting benchmarks and achieving them must be implemented as well as an array of methods to assess their effectiveness. The Recruiter must be a friend, but also firm and persuasive with both the business and the potential candidate for any given position. Because of the range of challenges a Recruiter must face on a daily basis, he must be well-versed in all aspects of sales and business and in addition to these he must have a firm grasp of communication, language, life-coaching, finances, and psychology.
Recruitor courses are a fulfilling and rewarding experience in life. After completion of the course you will have the opportunity to obtain a well-paid job through the Program for a Profitable Career or to confidently advance in your Professional Career.
Being a recruiter is not your typical 9-5 job: It comes with advantages that create a stress-free, care-free lifestyle including:
Let’s face it you have to make a living one way or another. What better way to achieve financial stability and comfort for you and your family than by improving the lives of others.
There is no better time to start on a pathway toward financial balance, psychological comfort, and begin enjoying all of the advantages that come from a profitable career!