Notes: Starting a search reminds me of entering Ikea Lots of things to see, routes to take Can be confusing Don’t get lost
Notes: When we fail to plan our search, bad things can and will happen
Notes: You will hear a lot about tools during the conference Most are helpful but when do use them and which one do you use? Do you use a screwdriver for a job that wrench is needed?
Notes: Lay out all the parts of your search, like I do when I start assemble something Group everything together, including the tools Take inventory
Notes: When you are organized you are ready execute your search Stick to the plan, stay focused
Notes: -The book was written to reduce medical errors in hospitals and reduce infection rates Book inspired by WWII American pilots who used checklists prior to take off Checklists will reduce errors during our sourcing/recruiting process
When using a checklist I would recommend using SMART goals The combination of a checklist, reminders on what to do combined with SMART goals to keep your focus on obtaining your objectives
Trello as our checklist Used by my team at Madrona Associated with Agile software development methodology
Trello lets us take all of our planning and checklists and places them in one location
Trello gives us a workflow, it guides us on It’s our due north
- Trello helps us focus on what’s important (show Active and Passive checklists) It prevent us from going down rat holes You can keep track of your searches and run them from Trello
- Show example, highlight, right click and Search Google
Using Web Clipper for Trello, you can pull information important to your search right into Trello You can add information regarding the technologies Perform Facebook searches using your favorite tool/extension and save the results URL right to Trello (show example)
Check off the ones you have used Make notes on what worked what didn’t
Add members to your board, hiring managers can review the pipeline of talent, add comments etc. Gives visibility to your manager on what you are working on and where you are in the process
Definition- A Sourcing Combative is the combination of no more than 4 to 5 tools, extensions or technique to get to a desired result.
Social Media Sourcing Methodologies That Actually Work-Davis
Checklist Manifesto Quote
“Good checklists, on the other hand are precise. They are
efficient, to the point, and easy to use even in the most difficult
situations. They do not try to spell out everything--a checklist
cannot fly a plane. Instead, they provide reminders of only the
most critical and important steps--the ones that even the highly
skilled professional using them could miss. Good checklists are,
above all, practical.”
― Atul Gawande, The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things
• Specific -- Do set real numbers with real deadlines.
• Measurable -- Do make sure that you can track your
• Attainable -- Do work toward a goal that is
challenging but possible. Don't try to take over the
world in one night.
• Realistic -- Do be honest with yourself, because you
know what you and your team are capable of. Don't
forget any hurdles you may have to overcome.
• Time-bound -- Do give yourself a deadline. Don't
keep pushing towards a goal you might hit "some
Trello is a collaboration tool that organizes your projects into
boards. In one glance, Trello tells you what's being worked on,
who's working on what, and where something is in a process.