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Rookie Recruiter
Training Program

Agency recruiters in their first
year of recruitment

Next program commences
12 February 2019

Recruiter Program

Agency recruiters with a minimum of two years
recruitment experience

Next program commences
7 March 2019

Leadership Coaching for High Performance Program

Owners of small agencies, and team leaders of medium to large recruitment agencies

Next program commences
18 March 2019

Coaching Program

Tailored programs designed for
owners and leaders

Owners' Coaching
Group Program

A year-long  collaborative group program designed to create a solid foundation for your agency’s growth.

Bad news for Rubicor shareholders and staff comes in threes

The bad news for Rubicor shareholders continues to roll on unabated. The only recent good news, announced to coincide with the Rubicor AGM on 30 November, was the resignation of CEO, David Hutchison, after presiding over three and half years of disastrous results. Unfortunately there was only bad news to follow. Firstly, Hutchison wasn’t going…
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people2people show the way 28 years after Leon Lau’s pioneering step

This week I completed my current season of the Rookie Recruiter Training Program; my live-hosted webinar weekly program for recent entrants to the recruitment industry that I have been running since 2010. The participants in the current season were a microcosm of a very welcome trend that has become more apparent to me over the…
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Ignite/Clarius board put on notice by shareholders at AGM

For people, like me, who aren’t public company directors the position of ‘board member’ appears to be one of the least accountable positions available in the modern corporate world. The banking royal commission has laid bare the incredibly poor board oversight of some of Australia’s largest public companies. I suspect that many Australians would, rightly,…
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How Hays drives scalable and profitable growth around the globe

What’s the best free resource available for learning about scaling recruitment agency success? The Hays plc Annual Report would be a very strong contender. As I read through the recently released 2018 edition (yet another fascinating and insightful read) I was reminded of a presentation from the recent RCSA Conference in Noosa. President of Staffing…
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How my first girlfriend lost her way, and her life

Amanda was my first serious girlfriend. She was funny, smart, sporty and cute. We met when I was just starting year 12 and she was a year below me. We were both 16. A talented hockey player, Amanda was selected in state under-age teams. After the game and after hours she was always the life…
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Rubicor 2018 results: Looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck

Earlier this year I published a couple of blogs that dissected the woeful and clueless performance of the executives leading Rubicor, after the company’s most recent half year update was released, covering the company’s performance for the July 2017 – December 2017 period. I concluded the first blog (15 March 2018) with: The share market…
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The power of culture: how to hire and attract amazing people by @aytekintankon @Medium

Women must act now, or male-designed robots will take over our lives interested to hear @SamHarrisOrg interview author @IvanaBartoletti on this

Bad news for Rubicor shareholders and staff comes in threes my latest blog

A new website designed to streamline the @BritishArmy recruitment process cost three times its original budget and was 52 months late, according to the @NAOorguk via @Independent

Just finished finished listening to @Peter_Fitz audiobook Mutiny on the Bounty. Simply extraordinary story, compellingly told. Michael Carman racks up another superb narration. Intrigued by the Epilogue speculation re Fletcher Christian’s covert return to England.

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