Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” No quote could ever describe the life of a Recruiter better. The issue has always been what habits have you formed? What habits are you forcing upon other people? What habits need to be broken? Join Greg Doersching one of the industry’s most sought after trainers as he takes you on a detailed journey of the habits Recruiters must develop and which ones need to be broken and thrown away. This is a session that will absolutely start your year off in the right direction and help you turn 2016 into a record breaking year.
Greg Doersching is Creator and Owner of Bullseye Recruiting – one of the most comprehensive Recruiting Training programs in the country. He is also the President of the Griffin Search Group a National Search Firm with offices from throughout the USA. He is an active recruiter who still runs a highly productive desk. Day to day he is in the trenches just like the rest of us.
For over 20 years Greg has been recognized as one of the most cutting edge voices in the recruiting industry. He is an International Trainer and has presented hundreds of workshops and Keynote Addresses for the National Association of Personnel Services, American Staffing Association and the Association of Canadian Search, Employment and Staffing Services, Fordyce Forum and numerous Regional, State and Local groups. He is consistently rated as one of the top presenters for each conference.
He currently consults with many nationally known staffing and recruiting agencies where he helps these firms improve their overall recruiting process. He is an expert in creating and establishing Direct Hire and Contract recruiting divisions, his knowledge and process have taken contract and temporary firms to new levels of productivity. There are very few Trainers/Consultants who are true “students” of our industry the way Greg is and the knowledge he is able to share drastically improves recruiting production.
Greg has also mentored and trained 100’s of recruiters, his thorough style and step-by-step training approach develop a core foundation of recruiting excellence that is hard to beat.
Recognized as one of the "Top Producers" for the state of Wisconsin - he served for 2 years as the President of the Wisconsin Association of Personnel Services and now sits on their Board of Directors.