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#trulondon track schedule

After all the talk, tweets, Facebook posts and the like, the BIG event is nearly here. I’m overwhelmed by the number of people that are jumping on planes to descend on London for 2 days of great conversation and more. Thanks also to all our sponsors, in particular Tempworks (who have flown in our trackleaders), […]

#HRCarnival Day 8: Its a Wrap!

I’m drawing #HRCarnival to a close with this post, thanks to everyone who visited, left vlogs, votes or comments. I appreciate your support. The response has been outstanding and I hope you keep up the video work. I will be listing the most popular video’s by vote later in the week so that you can […]

#HR Carnival Day 7-The Show Goes On

  I was pleased to see the tweets referring to Video 56  from Blake Cannon on what he is doing to get veterans returning to the U.S. to get in to work. I think this has been the stand out discovery for me in researching the carnival and is to be commended. It also got me wondering whether anyone else […]

#HRCarnival Part Deux

Day 1 of the #HRCarnival Video Blog was very well received judging by your comments and  tweets. If you are joining the show on day 2, you can still view and vote on day 1 here. To remind you, there are 2 categories to vote for each day. 1: Most entertaining video. 2: Best message for […]

The other “Avatar” movie. #HRCarnival 2010

After much asking, pleading,bullying, mentioning and twittering, the 2010 Video Edition of #HRCarnival is here. Thanks to everyone who contributed, sent out the message and made this possible. Without sounding like an oscar speech, VERY SPECIAL THANKS to 2 people who have made this possible: Lisa Scales from Talent On View who provided the technology. […]

Who do you want to be in 2010?

This is a bit of a random blog following a twitter stream  started yesterday. It’s not important really, but it does make you think about who and what you want to be in 2010. If I think back to this time in 2008,I had no idea that I would be flying to America and Canada to lead tracks at […]

Talking Heads

If you read my last post you may have noticed a comment from Gareth George that expresses concern about the position i took over Recruiters use of social media, even though he agreed 100% with the points made. I’m glad Gareth posted his view, in much the same way as i’m glad Peter Gold commented on […]

Don’t follow me on…

Twitter  is a great leveler and a real indication of where your brand stands. The reality is that some people like you and value your comments, some people don’t. The instant feedback element is part of what i like about the channel, as well as the opportunity to enter in to conversation and get feedback […]

What is all this “Un” stuff?

The Unblog – Norton Folgate The unblog is the official blog of The Recruiting Unconference London  (if anything can be official about such an event!). This is the place for random thinking on recruiting and social recruiting, debate and discussion. In the spirit of the unconference, anyone can post here on any topic, start their own blog or […]