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List Of Sourcing And Productivity Tools For Recruiters In Tech
“The type of work that optimizes your performance is deep work.”
The idea of ‘deep work’ is nothing new. The term was recently coined by Cal Newport, a professor, scientist, and author of “Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World.” Below are few extracts.
Deep work does not have to be tedious. In fact, it can be enjoyable, creative, meditative, and thought-provoking. Here are some tactics to integrate the principles of deep work into your schedule:
Work accomplished = (time spent) x (intensity)
Work at a high level with dynamic and intense intervals that increase over time to produce a desirable outcome. Get in the zone for at least 90 minutes and build up to periods that last anywhere from two to four hours, or more.
Tallies – Keep a tally of the hours you spend working, or when you reach important milestones like pages read or words written.
Deep scheduling – Try scheduling deep work hours well in advance on a calendar, like two or four weeks ahead of time.
Scheduling and tracking time has a huge benefit of giving time back. Many academics, authors, and scientists have been able to produce ample amount of work while working normal hours and having time for personal pursuits or family on evenings and weekends.
“Spend enough time in a state of frenetic shallowness,” Newport warns, “and you permanently reduce your capacity to perform deep work.”
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An interesting Article published on Forbes News letter. The suggestions are practical and can be easily incorporated in one’s Resumes.
But, it all depends how a Recruiter Or Hiring Managers perceives such Resumes, Many of them are still not updated and just pushing their old school of thoughts.
Below is the Link to the article. Happy Reading.
The Essence of a 20/20/60 Sourcing Plan
For detailed study on this sourcing Strategy , please refer the below article by Lou Adler.