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Date September 13, 2022 2:00 pm ET
Duration 60
Location Zoom
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It’s okay if you can’t touch your toes.

You don’t need to conquer a pommel horse or faceplant in a ninja warrior course to be an agile recruiter. You just need to be efficient. 

The ability to build a solid foundation of sourcing & recruiting organization and methodology is exactly what separates the “meh” from the masters.

On September 13th, Todd Davis, Executive Talent Sourcing Researcher at ServiceNow and alumni RecruitingDaily trainer, will join us for an hour of free recruiting agility training. No karate chops or hiyas – he won’t even ask you to jump over a pit of foam squares.

What he will do is ask you to take a long, hard look at your processes to identify the gaps. 

Stop that.

It’s simple.

Being an agile recruiter boils down to one concept: work smarter, not harder. 

Todd is going to walk you through his proven techniques to help you overcome your biggest recruiting & sourcing obstacles so you can do just that.

Here are a few items you’ll learn:

  • The importance of the “Due North Document”
  • How to optimize your desktop and workspace
  • Sourcing Combinations (What they are & why they are important)
  • Tools that will optimize your efficiency
  • How to get yourself out of a “stuck search”
  • How to build on your strategies from previous work

Is there a grand prize?

Nah. But you’ll learn how to smash your inefficiencies to become more flexible, organized, and productive. 

And that, my friend, is a win.

See you there.


Can’t make the live event? No worries! Register now, and we’ll send you a copy of the recording and all materials after the training.

Presented By
Todd Davis
Executive Talent Sourcing Researcher ServiceNow

Todd B. Davis, known as the first external “Internet Recruiter” (as they were called at the time) hired by Microsoft, is a 20-year sourcing veteran who is a passionate and sometimes outspoken advocate for the sourcing community. He is someone that identifies as a teacher, not a presenter, or a sourcing personality. His primary goal is to make others better.

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