4 Things to Do Today to be a More Productive Recruiter

Are you a morning person? If you are not, you may find that it is more difficult to get going each day at work. Most morning people appear more organized and motivated at work since they are in on time, if not early, and working in a good mood before the boss arrives. As a recruiter, you may be hoping to get the attention of your boss and show your commitment as well.  If you have trouble doing so, here are some things to help you make your day more productive.

Make a to-do list – Many recruiters have a to-do list – either a project list or a quick jot of things to do today. If you have an organized to-do list, planned for each day, you will find that you are a much more productive recruiter and can get more done not having to waste time each day trying to remember when you have to do next.

Be rested – Getting enough sleep, feeling rested, and not hitting the snooze and then feeling frenzied and rushed can make a big difference. Be sure to get enough sleep each night and arrive on time and rested in order to show your dedication to your job and be alert and focused on your day from the moment you arrive.

Get physical – A good way to feel awake and focused is to start your day with a good workout. Many recruiters find that working out in the morning helps them prepare mentally and physically for their day.  Even if you are not a morning person, you may find a morning workout to be a great way to get yourself ready for your day.

Check in with your boss and subordinates – Many successful recruiters start their day with a quick check-in with their employees, team, and/or boss.  Knowing how everyone is, where they are on their daily to-do list, and finding out from the boss if there are any fires to put out or important meetings that have come up is a good way to know how to schedule your day. Ensuring your goals and the goals of your team align with the company’s big picture is imperative to being successful as a recruiter.

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