I truly love the industry I recruit for and I love the people I speak with and I believe that is what’s gotten me to the success but the transparency piece Scott is very very very important especially in the industry which I’m in within sales. And it’s I’m dealing with humans on both sides. It’s not an object it’s not a it’s it’s a service but it’s a human and it’s a human I’m dealing with I have to I cannot there’s no lies that can be held. There’s no covering the truth in this aspect or that aspect. On both ends I always advise both parties to be completely transparent with one another ask whichever questions they have. Truthfully you know compensation sometimes is a tough topic to discuss. I help navigate that conversation but I always tell both parties you know I presented you at this amount. I understand you’re looking for this have that open conversation with them. Same with the client. You know this is what the client This is what the candidate is making. He wishes to be around this factor. Feel free to openly discuss that with them if you need to. Then that’s just one aspect of transparency. I believe you need to gain the trust of a client to have continuous business with them or else it’s going to be a one timer. And of course we already discussed me in one timers. I don’t really like doing that. So.
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What motivates Talene: “It’s me, I mean I’m super crazy”
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The mentality of KPIs are crazy in sales/recruiting
Transparency in recruiting: “I’m dealing with humans on both sides”
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