Tuesday, March 19, 2019 @ 1 pm Eastern / 12 pm Central
A recruiter’s ability to gain insight can create the credibility and authority needed to become a highly-skilled professional who is trusted to coach candidates, give candid feedback to clients, and is constantly improving and growing.
Most professionals are familiar with a SWOT analysis: the exercise of examining an individual’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The downside of the assessment is that it only reveals the variables that are known by the subject of the exercise. What about the unknown factors – the blind spots?
In business, uncovering blind spots can mean the difference between mediocrity and wild success. More importantly, it can make the difference of preparing for an oncoming obstacle opposed to being blindsided by it.
How could exposing some of your blind spots impact your recruiting business? What difference could it make to your clients and candidates if you could help them reveal some of theirs?
In this webinar, you’ll discover:
- How to identify individuals that can help you uncover your blind spots
- Tactics to be most productive after receiving constructive feedback
- Why you’ll need to rewire your brain’s typical reaction to criticism
- A plan of action for turning your “uncovered” blind spots into meaningful change
- Techniques to recognize your hidden strengths and weaknesses
- A specific phrase for asking permission to share honest, open blind spot feedback with candidates and clients
Expert Presenter: Greg Cox
Greg Cox is a trusted advisor and expert trainer with years of experience in leadership, sales, coaching, training, and consulting.
Greg started his career at Canon Business Solutions, where he quickly became a nationally recognized sales representative. As he moved through the ranks in leadership roles he was known as a “turn-around” specialist, taking under-performing teams and turning them into profitable, award-winning sales teams. After 14 years at Canon, Greg joined Dale Carnegie Training in Chicago, leading the franchise to be consistently in the top 10 internationally. At Dale Carnegie, Greg was a sought-after facilitator and coach, working with organizations of all sizes from small family businesses to Fortune 500 companies. He was a thought-leader and content developer in the organization, often leading standing-ovation workshops and keynotes at their international conventions.
After 15 years in the Dale Carnegie organization, Greg founded The Impact Foundry, Inc. Greg brings his vast experience and creativity to improve his clients’ condition. Greg is known for his sense of humor and his passion. Greg brings creativity, keen insight, candor, and strong problem solving ability to every project.
Continuing Education Credits (1.0 CE)
This webinar qualifies for continuing education hours towards maintaining your ASA credential. Please contact ASA for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.