Strategies, Tools and Resources by Bill Radin
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BILL RADIN is a top-producing recruiter whose innovative books, CDs and training seminars have helped thousands of recruiting professionals and search consultants achieve peak performance and career satisfaction. Bill’s extensive experience makes him an ideal source of techniques, methods and ideas for rookies who want to master the fundamentals—or veterans ready to jump to a higher level of success.
One of the most popular and highly regarded trainers in the recruiting industry, Bill has trained many of the largest independent and franchised recruiting organizations, including Management Recruiters, Dunhill, Sanford Rose, Snelling and Fortune Personnel. His speaking engagements include the NAPS national conference, the Fordyce Forum, the annual Staffing Industry Summer School in Chicago, and dozens of state association meetings and network conventions, including Top Echelon and Splits.org.
Bill's recruiting career began in 1985, after receiving his master's degree from the University of Southern California. A specialist in the sensor and instrumentation industry, Bill serves his client companies by filling sales, management, executive and technical positions.
Under his leadership as manager and training director, Bill helped Search West of Los Angeles and Management Recruiters of Cincinnati set individual and company billing records. In addition to his best-selling industry-specific books, seminars, audio programs and webinars for recruiters, Bill has authored the critically acclaimed career books, Take This Job and Leave It and Breakaway Careers, published by Career Press.
"I rarely say 'money well spent' when it comes to training, but I can confidently say you are without a doubt the best."
—Angela Cahill, Managing Director, Blue (London)
“We have utilized your training for the last two years and have seen positive gains in our production each and every month since following your formula for success. Even in today’s economy, our offices are increasing profits, placements and candidate pools.”
—Sherry Gonzales, Manager, Morgen Design, Inc.
“I really like the fact that Bill still works a desk and speaks from his own success experiences—as opposed to being a ‘polished entertainer’ looking to sell his training program instead of real-world solutions.”
—Jim Verlinde, Manager, White Oak Search
"Thank you for your books and audio programs. It helps my staff to improve their skills and make us different from other recruiters."
—Yan Viliukha, Director, United Consultants Ltd. (Kiev)
"I particularly benefited from your comments about painting pictures, rather than just spouting off a job description to candidates."
—Craig Cooper, Principal, Cooper Staffing & Consulting
“You're a truly respected professional in our field.”
—Aimee Waerhouse, Recruiter, DoubleStar, Inc.
"I just wanted to let you know that I am so very happy you exist. I'm an executive recruiter that's always hungry for more information and you have provided everything, I mean everything, that I could possibly ask for in your books and website. It's amazing. I read your scripts book over and over because it is so fun to get new ideas."
— Amy Fried, Recruiter, Boulder, CO
"Thank you! As a rookie recruiter, your advice was absolutely informative and useful."
—Susan Kenner, Recruiter, Thomas Ruff & Associates