out·reach verb(used with object) to reach beyond; exceed: The demand has outreached our supply. Archaic . to reach out; extend. to reach out. noun an act or instance of reaching out. length or extent of reach. the act of extending services, benefits, etc., to a wider section of the population, as in community work. adjective concerned with extending community services, benefits, etc.: an educational outreach program.
re·cruit·ment noun the act or process of recruiting. Physiology . an increase in the response to a stimulus owing to the activation of additional receptors, resulting from the continuous application of the stimulus with the same intensity.
re·cruit verb(used with object) to enlist (a person) for service in one of the armed forces. to raise (a force) by enlistment. to strengthen or supply with new members. Verb (used without object) to enlist persons for service in one of the armed forces. to engage in finding and attracting employees, new members, students, athletes, etc. to recover health, strength, etc. noun a newly enlisted or drafted member of the armed forces. a new member of a group, organization, or the like. a fresh supply of something.
which is which? outreach Recruitment
If we get “recruitment” right… We will have an organic selectivity ratio which will allow us to increase our goals in a realistic way and grow the corps.
what has to change? Structure Culture Process Open