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5 Articles Recommended by the SourceCon Community

SourceCon is all about sharing knowledge and insights about sourcing best practices. SourceCon Amsterdam was a great place for both networking and ideas sharing. We have gathered the top 5 articles that were recommended to read by the conference participants. Save for reading during the weekend! 

Disruptive Tech and Artificial Intelligence’s Impact On Executive Search

Technology continues to evolve and change the industries’ structure one by one. Thaddeus Andres, director of Social Media & Content at the Cluen corporation, tells us about how the digital technology shapes the Executive Search and recruitment, emphasizes possible consequences of digitalization and claims what could not be replaced by artificial intelligence.   

Growth Hacking Recruiters: Ultimate Youtube List

Tris Revill, the editor of Growth Hacking Recruiters, and his team made the ultimate list of Recruitment YouTubers to watch. The article will be useful if you want to know more about recruiting techniques, training, and tips in an entertaining way. The list is open-sourced, there are over 200 channels on there already and you can add new ones. 

How to Make Your Experience at #SourceCon Austin Awesome

The professional conferences are one of the top resources to get acquainted with industry leaders and keep on track with the latest news in the sphere. In the article Marvin Smith, the veteran talent acquisition practitioner, tells us about how to get the most from the participation in Sourcecon. Cool tips that will be useful for you at any conference. 

Are You Finding and Retaining the Best Talent Available

Liam O’Callaghan, director for business growth for AppVault in Europe, gives us some tips on how to win the best employees and presented a brief overview of customer experience management. The author claims that creating a ‘talent community’ that builds relationships with candidates is a win-win for candidates and employers both.

Behavioral Sourcing on Github

In this article Sofia Broberger, successful freelance IT sourcer and recruiter, explains the principles of Behavioural sourcing and the Github sourcing techniques. Sofia acknowledges the importance of keywords during the search of a candidate and step by step illustrates the behavioral sourcing working principles.

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