Are you in charge of leading and recruiting to a team?
Being a recruiting LeaderA leader who manages a team and is also responsible for recr… More is one of the toughest roles to be in. You have at least 20 balls in the air to juggle with just managing a team, then you have to add on the challenge of recruiting to that team as well.
Most leaders believe recruiting is a difficult, mysterious process, predicated on secret tactics. We believe recruiting is simple when you have a step-by-step system.
Our President Richard Milligan spent 15 years as a Recruiting LeaderA leader who manages a team and is also responsible for recr… More inside the mortgage industry where he opened more than 20 offices throughout the United States. Through a process of trial and error based on firsthand experience, Richard learned what works and what doesn’t when it comes to recruiting.
Today, we help leaders implement the Recruiting Made Simple system to help them save time, communicate their story and valuesValues are your guiding principles that dictate your actions… More, and successfully build their team.
Since 2017, Richard has coached thousands of Recruiting Leaders on 4C’s Recruiting Made Simple system.
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Recruiting Myths vs What Richard Found to be True
Timing is Everything
I would miss out on recruit after recruit even if I had been in contact with them prior. I was puzzled by the fact that people I had spoken with would join my competitors, sometimes within a few months after we spoke.
I thought I had to be a super salesman with off-the-charts energy in order to be a success. It made total sense to me that only the best salesman in each market would win the recruiting game.
I believed it required 2+ hours of recruiting every day in order to have any success. I became a slave to my business as the other 15 hats I wore each day required 10 hours a day. Adding 2 to 4 hours of recruiting meant working 60 hours per week.