Karla Porter posted something great on Facebook this morning about what 2.0 Hippies think about – and it sparked in me an Ayn Rand inspiration about recruiting. I will write a new Recruiting Manifesto that shames people who aspire to be influential over everything else and admonishes hiring managers who disdain the consultative services yet produce job descriptions that don’t represent the real problems to be solved and who report recruiters to their bosses when we don’t genuflect in the air they breathe…in short time.
But first we need to find a common place of worship…a #RecruitingCommune. I’m thinking a 10 to 11 PM time slot; you tell me.
It’s time to return to our hippie roots…peace, love and recruiting.
Sign me up! This is a great idea, Steve.
LOL I could think of worse things to be called. You know you can count me in. This sorta plays into the list you created this week titled “Groovy People”, doesn’t it? That time slot is good – what day?
Was I on the groovy list? Anyway, for a year we have been planning, I was calling it Recruiter Island and indeed the concept is communal. I think Animal said he wouldn’t go voluntarily. I’m in for that time slot any night of the week…
Imagine a chat where being influential might be viewed as a bad thing? We need a recruiting counter culture to counteract the doublespeak of social media. Time to break out the Woodstock CD…
I am the least influential person i know. Count me in.