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2013 Recruiting Strategies: What Might the New Year Bring?

2013 Recruiting Strategies: What Might the New Year Bring?

What opportunities lie ahead for 2013? What business trends should you anticipate — starting now?

Find out what the New Year is likely to mean for recruiting, leadership and business innovation with insights from these thought leaders:  

2013: The Year of the Customer Experience
By: Carmine Gallo, author of The Apple Experience: Secrets to Building Insanely Great Customer Loyalty (McGraw-Hill)

“Brands that create a better experience for their customers will stand a better chance of growing market share. Successful brand managers and recruiters realize, however, that the experience begins with the right people…”

IT Staffing: What Might the New Year Bring?
By: Mark B. Roberts, Chief Executive Officer, TechServe Alliance

"While much of the press attention has focused on the unacceptably high national unemployment rate, these headlines belie a different challenge: a talent shortage in IT and other high demand skillsets…”

Leadership Qualities for 2013: Success Through Failure
By: Lawrence G. Weinzimmer, co-author of The Wisdom of Failure: How to Learn the Tough Leadership Lessons Without Paying The Price (Jossey-Bass, 2012)

“Real failure doesn’t come from making mistakes; it comes from avoiding errors at all possible costs, from fear to take risks, and from the inability to grow. Being mistake free does not lead to success. In 2013, leadership will be defined as making “original” mistakes…”

Employee Engagement in 2013: The Free Agent Model
By: Cecily Sommers, author of Think Like a Futurist: Know What Changes, What Doesn’t, and What’s Next (Jossey-Bass, 2012)

“The free agent mindset has become so embedded in our culture that today’s workers aren’t looking for jobs, rather they’re building careers by finding ‘gigs’ that develop their skills and talents…”

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