Tuesday, July 2, 2019 @ 1 pm Eastern / 12 pm Central
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As a recruiter, you may need to prepare a Request for Proposal (RFP) from a potential client. Firms that productively and effectively respond to RFPs have a real advantage in the marketplace as more and more clients require them.
RFPs range from simple to complex and some of the more complex responses will require a substantial commitment of your time and resources to complete a full response. Therefore, it is important to go into the process full prepared and with a commitment to success. Discover how you can get the most from your RFP process with valuable tips and an 8-step method from seasoned veteran, Mark Wolf, to ensure your organization stands out.
In this can’t-miss program we’ll cover:
- RFP classifications and what you need to know about each
- Key sections included in most RFPs and what to flag when reviewing a document
- The question and response period – what to expect
- Tactics to organize your outline of deliverables before drafting your response
- How to format your response based on the RFP you’ve received
- The #1 problem with most RFP responses and how to avoid the trap
Expert Presenter: Mark Wolf
Mark Wolf is currently the Director of Sales and Performance Training at C&A Industries, Inc. Mark began his career at C&A in 1998, as a recruiter running a light industrial staffing desk. Over the next four years, Mark launched a technical staffing division, a medical search division and entered training in 2007.
Mark is dedicated to helping salespeople and their managers maximize their potential, achieve their sales goals and exceed their expectations by training, coaching, and guiding them in the principles, tactics and methodologies within the staffing industry. He has 20 years with C&A Industries and 15+ years coaching, training, & mentoring recruiting professionals.
Continuing Education Credits (1.0 CE)
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