How to Leave a Voice Mail that Gets Passive Candidates to CALL YOU BACK

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
11:30 am CST
60-75  minutes 

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This morning a candidate returned my call and said, “I’m not looking and I’m really happy, but your voice mail message was so compelling that I had to return your call.” Twenty minutes later, after discussing my client’s opportunity, he agreed to let me submit his credentials and meet with my client for an interview.

This is what a powerful voice mail can do for your search practice or staffing agency. In this sixty minute webinar, I will give you ideas on how you can leave a voice mail that gets returned.

In this program, you will learn:

  • how to convey your client’s opportunity in forty-five seconds that builds intrigue, mystery, and gets potential passive candidates to TAKE ACTION and CALL YOU BACK.
  • how to bypass gatekeepers.
  • what type of tone and inflection works best.
  • how to introduce yourself so they don’t delete your message.
  • how to make sure you are leaving a powerful message.
  • what specific ‘word tracks’ you should use to make sure they call you back

About the Presenter
Scott Love
Recruiter, Trainer
Influence & Sales Expert

 Scott Love improves the performance of recruiters and the profitability of search firms and staffing agencies by creating systems that are replicable. Over 4,000 search firms from 30 countries have invested in his training materials. Scott is a  trainer to the recruiting and sales industries, and just like you, he works a desk every day. In his search practice, he grows law firms and accelerates the careers of partner-level attorneys through a recruitment niche focused solely on partners, groups and law firm mergers. His firm, The Attorney Search Group, is based in Washington, DC.

Scott has written two books on recruiting and over 250 articles on leadership, sales and recruiting. He has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Selling Power Magazine, numerous major city daily newspapers, dozens of Business Journals and international business magazines, and has been published monthly in the Fordyce Letter.

After graduating from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland in 1989, Scott served on active duty as third in command of a U S Navy ship. During his shore duty tour he was a leadership trainer and organizational development consultant at the world’s largest naval base. Scott began his career in executive search after resigning his commission as an officer in the United States Navy.

When he’s not working, Scott may be found playing golf, beating his friends at poker, spending time with family, and giving back to his community. Scott lives in the Washington, DC, area with his wife, toddler daughter, 13 year old son, and a toothless rescue dog named Smoky