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Recruitment Consultant Tips-How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role
 

Recruitment Consultant Tips-How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role

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So you have finally landed the recruiter role of your dreams; great company, fantastic opportunities and a chance to show what you can do; including smashing billings!

So you have finally landed the recruiter role of your dreams; great company, fantastic opportunities and a chance to show what you can do; including smashing billings!

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    • GSR2R Recruitment Consultant Tips-How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role So you have finally landed the recruiter role of your dreams; great company, fantastic opportunities and a chance to show what you can do; including smashing billings! Working in recruitment as long as I have, I notice that the recruiters who get on the score board quickly and get the positive attention of the director’s exhibit certain patterns and behaviours that seem to guarantee their success.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role It is all about developing good habits that produce results. It is a well-known fact that it takes around 30 days to break an old habit or pattern and 30 days to create a new one. This was first observed with astronauts way back in the sixties.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role To a man (sorry girls there weren’t any female equivalents of Neil Armstrong till much later); it took about 30 days for the guys to handle weightlessness to a point where it seemed like it was their, ‘natural state’. So how about putting this idea into practice as you manage your new desk? It seems logical then that if you implement some of the following ideas and strategies during your first month it is going to pay dividends not only for month one but for many months later.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role 1. Look the part Image matters. If you looked good, and the part at interview do the same on a daily basis. Shallow though it may be; clients, candidates, team members and your new boss will notice.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role It also has an unconscious effect that might surprise you. It will make you feel; good, upbeat and positive-all essential skills for a recruiter; for many of us it is like putting on our persona. I once knew a director who worked from home on a Friday and he still wore his three piece suit because he said it helped him connect more and make more placements
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role 2. Be on time We can all be late I know; traffic, the tube, no parking, late candidates all seem to conspire against us. Yet it’s possible to be on time consistently. Have you noticed how it feels when someone turns up on time?
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role It is a sign of respect, professionalism and focus. It is about discipline; no I haven’t been in the army! This might be an unpopular message and having discipline works in life. The structure that discipline gives you brings results you never would expect.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role 3. Be a team player I appreciate you aspire to be the companies top biller; that is fine. Just don’t walk over everyone else to do it; because you don’t need to. Being a team player is becoming more and more important in a business context.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role In fact I bet at your interview you will have been asked questions to find out how you work in a team setting. As soon as you can, make it your mission to connect with everyone in your team. Go out to the pub after work, grab a sandwich together and find out about your colleagues. Do you need to be best buddies with everyone? No. We are all different and some people you will gravitate to more than others that is natural.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role 4. Do more than you are paid for In a new company you need to listen and learn as much as you can. That is going to take time and effort including, late nights and early mornings. The good news is it will work. It is about practice and application. Imagine you have just taken up a new sport.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role Unless you practice the moves and techniques as much as possible you will never get to a point where you can enjoy it and reap the rewards. Do you think Andy Murray whinges about having to practice every day? I am sure on occasion he might do and he does it all the same and reaps the rewards.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role 5. Ask questions If you don’t know ask. Luckily in every organisation there is a period of grace where questions are encouraged and answers freely given. Top tip; take notes and refer to them. Most people don’t and then wonder why people get cheesed off when the same questions are continually asked.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role 6. Create you system If you have worked successfully as a recruiter before you will know what you need to do to get the results you want.Make that your total focus. Yes it will be a steep curve learning with all the new systems and processes in a new recruitment company and make sure you stick to your KPI’s that you know deliver consistent results.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role 7. Set a goal Set yourself a stretch goal to achieve in your first 30 days; with the right mindset anything is possible. Break it down into daily and weekly actions and stick to it. If it means getting in early to spend 90 minutes on the phone connecting with past clients do it.
    • How To Survive Your First 30 Days In Your New Role Keep a record of the actions you take and the results you achieve. Even small wins the mind recognises and looks for more of. As human beings we are success seeking creatures and our minds constantly look for ways to be successful; at this time everything is on your side. There you have it 7 strategies that if you take action on them will produce the results you want.
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