An Interview with Joel Cheesman

By on September 21, 2017

As an author for ere.net and a true thought leader on recruitment trends and technology, I always look forward to hearing from Joel Cheesman. Starting over a decade ago with Cheezhead.com, Joel has never been shy about sharing his opinion, and he does a great job keeping people in talent acquisition updated on what’s new and buzzing in our industry. I had a chance to chat with Joel and pick his...

That’s a Wrap! Thoughts on the 2017 NAHCR IMAGE Conference

By on July 21, 2017

I just returned from the NAHCR IMAGE Conference in beautiful (and hot) Savannah, Ga. CKR is a proud member of NAHCR and takes part in the IMAGE conference each year. This year we were lucky enough to be invited as speakers. CKR is asked to speak at many conferences and events and, as a recruitment marketing organization, you can imagine the topics we often focus on: employer branding, how to...

Who Doesn’t Love a (Personal Brand) Makeover? Part II

By on July 10, 2017

In Part I of this blog we discussed the power of a personal brand makeover. Hopefully by now, you’ve spent some time thinking about your personal brand and reviewing your presence on social media. Now what? A good first step might be thinking about your personal brand’s value. Maybe it’s like the (in)famous Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO, quote: “Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not...

Who Doesn’t Love a (Personal Brand) Makeover? Part I

By on June 28, 2017

Have you ever had a facial? Think massage, skin care products and an aesthetician advising you on your new personal care routine. Now keep that positive imagery and start thinking about a makeover for your personal brand. You owe it to yourself to invest the time to build, maintain and expand your personal brand. First, let’s turn on that bright facial lamp to get to the foundation, you have to...

How To Get the Most Out of Your Recruitment Communications Agency

By on May 22, 2017

Partner vs. vendor is an age-old topic of discussion in many industries, creating several different definitions of what it really means to be a partner. To us, the difference between a partner vs. a vendor is so much more than just semantics. Below are some of the ways we feel a true partner relationship is beneficial to both sides. Partners take the time. We work with and listen to you...

10 Reasons Your Last Presentation Was a Disaster: Part Two

By on March 8, 2017

In part one of this blog, I discussed some of the most common reasons that your last presentation went off the rails. Here’s part two of the 10 reasons your last presentation was a disaster. As mentioned before, I learned about all of these mistakes the hard way.   Big Mistake #6: You didn’t make the really hard, but really necessary, choices You tried to cover yourself by including just...

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