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Establishing credibility and expertise with clients is crucial for recruiters in order to be seen as a valuable solution to their hiring needs. One way to separate yourself from other recruiters is to make small comments in interactions with clients that demonstrate your in-depth understanding of recruiting-related topics. This can be done by delivering specific "speeches" during search assignment conversations that convey your expertise and establish your authority in the field. Additionally, staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends and developments can also help to establish your credibility as a knowledgeable and experienced professional.

In this NLE Quick Tip, Greg Doersching shares that by consistently demonstrating your expertise and providing valuable insights, you will build trust with clients and position yourself as a valued resource for industry trends and their hiring needs.


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