Ross-Clennett

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for the recruitment industry

Ross Clennett is a high performance recruitment coach providing
specialist programs for owners, leaders and consultants

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Rookie Recruiter
Training Program

Agency recruiters in their first
year of recruitment
 

Next program commences
10 September 2019

Advanced
Recruiter Program

Agency recruiters with a minimum of two years
recruitment experience

Next program commences
18 September

Leadership Coaching for High Performance Program

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

Next program commences
4 November 2019

Individual
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.

Interview with 2019 RCSA (NZ) Recruitment Leader of the Year: Angela Cameron of Consult

Two weeks’ ago, the RCSA announced the winners of the New Zealand industry awards. The winner of the Recruitment Leader of the Year was Consult’s Angela Cameron.  After completing her undergraduate degree at Victoria University in Wellington in the late 1990s, Angela commenced her professional career as an auditor at Big 4 professional services firm;…
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Australia’s worst directors culpable as Rubicor collapses

One of the most unsurprising events of 2019 occurred on Monday: Rubicor’s directors finally called in administrators (FTI Consulting) to take charge of the company they had gradually destroyed over the past four years. Yes, in layman’s terms Rubicor finally ran out of money and have gone broke. Rubicor’s auditors, Pitcher Partners, unambiguously flagged the…
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The permanent long weekend (on full pay): recruiters lead the charge

I read between fifty and a hundred articles each week, every week of the year. I am a voracious consumer of content on recruitment, employment, productivity, high performance and leadership. It takes a something pretty special to impact me significantly. A year ago, this week, I read such an article. It struck me right between…
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Interview with 2019 RCSA Recruiter of the Year: Seamus Scanlon of Davidson

One of the most competitive gongs in the local recruitment industry is the coveted RCSA Recruitment Professional of the Year. This year the winner was Seamus Scanlon from Davidson. Three years ago Seamus joined Davidson after spending the previous five years recruiting construction project managers in two different agencies. Within two years he was recruiting…
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All great recruiting questions must be BACON

The 2019 Australasian Talent Conference was another excellent mix of speakers, vendors and networking. Xref CEO and Co-founder, Lee-Martin Seymour’s session on the second day; The Art of Asking Great Questions provided an example of what all excellent conference presentations contain: brevity, humour, credibility, stories, value and a memorable model, acronym or concept. Xref’s ten…
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Randstad and Adelaide boutique sweep HRD Recruiter of the Year awards

Underwood Executive (L to R):  Vanessa Jones, Nikki Hentschke, Nicole Underwood, Eloise Nicholson.   HR Director magazine has announced its winners of their 2019 Australian Recruiter of the Year awards. The winners are decided by respondents (internal recruiters and relevant HR professionals) nominating the best recruitment agency, from their dealings with external recruiters over the…
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We're relying on a government that spurns economic advice https://t.co/8Z7ShEPnrw @1RossGittins @theage column could also be titled "Be very afraid when politics continually over-rides the evidence about what drives effective economic policy"

When It Comes to Offers, One Size Does Not Fit All https://t.co/CkoieJH7am via @ERE_net . This is increasingly going to be the case. Organisations would do wise to be ahead of the curve on this trend.

One of the Democratic candidates for POTUS @ewarren sets out her position on gig economy workers https://t.co/q1BG5FOhfM

‘Sorry, they are already on our database’: The lazy corporate rip-off https://t.co/8YxvE3tqol I wrote this blog more than 8 years ago and it continues to generate high view numbers every month. Clearly it's a problem that's not going away.

Hudson Global reported second-quarter revenue rose 59.7% with strong revenue growth (but a GP fall in its Asia-Pacific operations. https://t.co/KQlYptRfWZ why would you want to have a large increase in revenue that actually drives GP in the opposite direction? Madness.

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