Welcome to Recruitment Matters International
Recruitment Matters International (RMI) is one of Europe’s leading providers of specialist recruitment training, mentoring and advice to the recruitment sector. Simply put, recruitment is our business. Since 1998 RMI has been providing quality recruitment training for recruiters, both external and in-house, predominantly across Western Europe.
It’s hard to believe that it’s 16 years now since we published Warren’s iconic recruitment tips book ‘Don’t become a frog! 250 tips for Busy Recruiters.’ It was on the back of that success that we launched our popular frog logo. Given today’s challenging recruitment environment, we thought you might benefit from a trip down memory lane with the book that started it all..
Click here or on the image to download your FREE copy now :-
Be constantly aware of changes within your market, your clients’ businesses and your candidates’ circumstances and take the appropriate remedial action as things develop. Don’t wait until it’s too late to do something about it!
Introducing “Storytelling When Selling” – a new training course for recruiters.
In today’s competitive job market, recruiters play a crucial role in attracting and retaining top talent. Designed to empower recruiters with effective storytelling techniques, this one day course promises to transform the way they engage with candidates and clients.
Led by our CEO, renowned trainer and host Warren Kemp, this face to face training course offers an immersive workshop style experience in small groups. Click here for more information.
In today’s rapidly changing and uncertain economy, it’s crucial to explore new options and strategies to ensure your business stays ahead of the curve. That’s why we’re reaching out to remind you that we offer a unique opportunity that could significantly impact your growth and success – a comprehensive “MOT” for your business.
Just as a car requires regular maintenance and assessment to perform optimally, your business also need periodic evaluations to identify areas of improvement, uncover hidden potential and maximise profitability. Our external viewpoint can provide valuable insights and provide fresh perspectives that will undoubtedly give you the competitive edge that you need.
Please contact us for further details.
You are booking us for live face to face in-house training more in the last 3 months than in the previous 12 put together. Clearly your teams are meeting/working (at least more regularly) in the office again. Our team have been literally up and down the UK over the last 3 months.
The hot topic is Business Development – as the market tightens, the need for up to date BD skills comes to the fore. Old hands need a refresh and those joining the sector in the last couple of years need to have more than sourcing skills. And the good news is newbies can kick off straight from the training room.
If you want to discuss onsite training give us a shout!
To enjoy a couple of lively Q&A sessions featuring Holly ‘interviewing’ our Associate Trainers, Sarah ‘H’ Gordon and Stewart Stone, click on the thumbnails below.
MHFA England accredited training has been part of our programme for a while now. The clamour for tickets continues to be high – it’s clearly a hot topic!
Being able to support employee/staff wellbeing has never been as important and challenging as it is now. Our Lead Trainer & CEO, Warren Kemp is a MHFA England Instructor member – delivering a series of accredited one day & two day Mental Health First Aid courses which run on a regular basis. He also offers a free one hour taster session.
Contact us direct for the latest details and dates.
As well as Warren, our team members Sarah and Stewart are qualified Mental Health First Aiders.
If you think you can or you can’t – you’re right!
Get all you awkward or bad news calls out of the way first
Plan daily the night before
Happy people attract happy people and good things tend to happen around them
It’s a lot easier to dig a field that has been dug before
Treat your clients as partners
Build rapport and trust with receptionists and PAs
Always use your own name when headhunting
When giving candidate feedback, start with a positive point
When giving candidate feedback, finish with a positive point
Upcoming Course Dates
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Recruitment training, coaching, mentoring and advice