Sourcing Summit – Midday Update

Posted on August 11th, by Sourcing Ninja in Events, Sourcing Summit 2011. No Comments

 

Kicking off with day two of the Sourcing Summit. The atmosphere is still buzzing and we’ve already covered 3 out of the 12 sessions for the day. Here’s what we’ve learnt so far:


Sourcing Summit – Workshop 4: Engaging Candidates After Sourcing

Posted on August 11th, by Sourcing Ninja in Events, Sourcing Summit 2011. 1 Comment

 

This was my highlight for the day. With the schedule at hand, I eagerly awaited for Riges’ workshop. The reason for my excitement was that I felt that this topic covered an area that isn’t often talked about (phone work) and I thought it would also offer me some practical knowledge for when I got back into the field. To say the least, I wasn’t disappointed.


Sourcing Summit – Workshop 1: Tapping into Niche Communities

Posted on August 10th, by Sourcing Ninja in Events, Sourcing Summit 2011. No Comments
Sourcing Summit – Workshop 1: Tapping into Niche Communities

 

I’m sure you’re all keen to get straight into the content of this workshop. So here we go.



Printable Australasian Sourcing Summit Schedule

Posted on August 9th, by Sourcing Ninja in Events, Sourcing Summit 2011. 3 comments
Printable Australasian Sourcing Summit Schedule

 

It’s going to be an exciting next fortnight for Sourcing in Australia kicking off with this weeks Australasian Sourcing Summit in Sydney brought to you by Destination Talent and next week’s ATC’s Sourcing Event “Finders Keepers” in Melbourne…



MindMap Template available for Download

Posted on August 4th, by Sourcing Ninja in Online Tools. 2 comments
MindMap Template available for Download

Due to popular demand from my last post on the effective use of MindMapping software for sourcing, I’ve decided to provide the MindMap template I was using available for download.



How to Use MindMaps for an Effective Search

Posted on August 2nd, by Sourcing Ninja in Featured, Knowledge Base. 12 comments
How to Use MindMaps for an Effective Search

Dear SourcingNinja,

I read your article on a Sourcer’s Toolbelt and I noticed you mentioned using MindMaps to help with your sourcing. I recall using mindmapping back in the day for brainstorming and group work but how do you use it when sourcing?

Cheers,

Mapped Out