Personal Branding: Why It Is Essential for Salespeople and Recruiters

Building visibility and authority in the staffing industry.

The world is getting noisier. How do you get employers and job seekers to pay attention, prove your value, and get people to do business with you?

For salespeople and recruiters in the staffing industry, the answer is by building strong personal brands. Personal branding is all about building visibility and authority – controlling how you want to be seen. It helps individuals to stand out, build credibility, strengthen company positioning, and get more people to respond to you.

Through this Lunch with Haley webinar, Brad Bialy, Director of Digital Marketing, will show you best practices for building–and strengthening–your online brand. You will learn how to:

  • Increase your visibility online
  • Strengthen your personal and company positioning
  • Create more opportunities for meaningful sales conversations
  • Generate more applications and source better candidates
  • Stay-top-of-mind and build authority
  • Generate more referrals


Recorded: Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 hour

ASA CE Credit: 1.0 hour Passive CE


Brad Bialy, Director of Digital Marketing, Haley Marketing

For over a decade, Brad has established a proven track record of motivating and educating staffing industry professionals at over 100 industry-specific conferences and webinars. Brad is the host of InSights, the premier podcast on digital and recruitment marketing for the staffing industry with over 130 episodes.

As a visionary leader, Brad has helped guide the social media, content marketing, and comprehensive marketing execution of more than 300 staffing and recruiting firms. His keen eye for strategy and delivery has resulted in multiple industry award-winning social media campaigns, making him a sought-after expert and speaker throughout the industry.

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