Posts Tagged "sales"

Transparency: What It Means & Why It Matters

I see the term “transparency” thrown around a lot these days on social media when it comes to healthcare staffing companies and their travel nurses or travel healthcare professionals.  So let’s talk about it.   The Merriam-Webster definition of transparency…

Facebook Recruiting-Friend or Foe

I have mixed emotions about Facebook recruiting for travel nursing.  After joining several groups out there, I find myself rapidly unsubscribing from notifications or unfollowing altogether.  There are still a few that do offer very valuable information to both the…

Maintaining a Mental State of Success in Recruiting

Chris Madrigal

Whether its your first couple days on the floor or a seasoned recruiter…it’s not more than a few experiences, perceived let downs and then all of a sudden the dreaded sense of failure, frustrations and doubt begin to creep into…

Explaining Nurse Pay Packages-Have You Had the “Bucket” Talk?

How many times have you seen or heard about all the pay packages that your competitors offer?  How your pay package doesn’t have this or that?  Do you feel like a salesman when you have to try and find a…

Painting a New Picture:A Strategy for Developing Your Candidate’s Plan B

In today’s Healthcare Staffing Industry, it is easy for recruiters to be order-takers.  By order-takers, we are referring to those that talk with their potential candidates about money and location and stop there in the recruitment process.  With the access…

Goals-Setting Them and Hitting Them

How many of you in Healthcare Staffing have weekly or monthly goals you are expected to hit?  My guess is every one of you.  Part of being a recruiter or client manager in our industry is taking an active role…

Slump Busting Strategies for Recruiters

Every single one of us in Healthcare Staffing, whether it be recruiter or account manager has suffered at the hands of a slump or rut.  If you haven’t, you haven’t been doing the job long enough.  Sometimes it can get…

The Real Value of a Recruiter: Musings of a Recruiter-Gone-Traveler

Charity Crawford

I left my recruiting job of over 8 years a few months ago to become an unemployed a full-time world traveler. I enjoyed my job as a recruiter and I like to think I was pretty decent at it. I…

Be Intentional, Part II: Ditch the Leaderboard

We are big fans of the Advanced Selling podcast with Bryan Neale and Bill Caskey.  In one of their episodes (#302) they talked about their Inner Game Trinity.  Intent, which is something we preach about at Moxie, is a key…

Frustrated as a Recruiter? Try This!

If you’ve never been frustrated as a travel nurse recruiter or client manager, you you are probably just starting your career.  This job can take its toll on the best of us.  Especially in the age of VMS’s-it can make…