On any journey a map is always a good idea. Even if you’re planning on being flexible when you get to certain checkpoints. The fact that you have a guide to where you need to be, when the best time to arrive is and what it may cost you along the way, always puts you in good stead to have a success, hassle free trip.
The sourcing journey is no different and for the best outcome of finding your target audience; planning and knowing where and when you need to be somewhere can be the difference between success and failure.
So how do you plan your sourcing journey I hear you ask?
Well as I mention a map is always a good start. A Source Channel Map allows you start mapping out you’re the sourcing channels that you believe will work for your specific role or job family. So let’s…
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