To celebrate the 40th anniversary of starting his first job in recruitment, the RCSA will present Greg Savage in a three-hour keynote where he outlines the lessons, tactics, secrets and mantras he had gleaned from a glittering life-long career in the industry.
Greg will hit the road from March 4-20 on a nine-city, two-country tour.
Combined with amusing real-life anecdotes, freely sharing his many mistakes, Greg will focus on the key pillars of success as a recruiter, managing your recruitment career, the formula for recruiters to thrive in the future, selling, BD and negotiation tips, the success secrets of the billing manager, the formula for high billing recruiters and highly profitable recruitment companies, learnings about business growth, leadership, as well as wealth creation and building your business for exit.
Everyone in recruitment will love this frank and insightful session, where Greg will hold nothing back, and offer the best of his extensive experience in recruitment all over the world, so don’t miss this priceless opportunity.
Recruiters, managers and owners, will all benefit from what amounts to a template for success. There is so much takeaway for everyone, from someone who has truly just about done it all in recruitment and business.
As a sneak peek of his upcoming tour, The Brief sat down with Greg to discuss his recent book, The Savage Truth.
Greg Savage has been able to build his career to a point where he can say he only works with people he likes and spends an increasing amount of time travelling for pleasure and leisure.
It’s not quite the lifestyle you would expect from someone who is best known in the recruitment and staffing sectors for his Savage Truth book and presentations.
In fact, you only have to spend a little bit of time with Greg to understand that while he is a driven businessman who is indeed passionate about improvement and best practice, he is a man who is ruled more by a desire to leave a meaningful legacy.
In October, Savage released his book The Savage Truth which is best described as both a business biography and a guide to success