Follow The Bear

By Glenn Southam

Follow The Bear - Quietly quitting.



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September 5 · Issue #134 · View online
Follow The Bear
🤫 What a ridiculous phrase. I’m chucking it into the same bucket as personal branding (reputation) in terms of a new phrase for something that has just been around for ages…
Anyway, on topic, it feels like I’ve been doing the minimum/working to rule/coasting when it comes to a couple of strands of TLM. So this is a call to arms on podcast guests.
Since I got a proper job, the thing that takes the most time by far is hunting down and approaching new voices. I’ve got a couple in the bag but if you want to join me or would like to hear from anyone else in the recruitment marketing world, please let me know! Just reply to this email.
I want to start those conversations again and I know how much so many of you value the insight.
Also, I’ve had a chat with the Paiger crew about TLM Drinks v3…
Welcome to September.

Insight and resources.
[GUIDE] Trends in employment, workplace and stuff.
Google Trends x LinkedIn.
Employer brand needs a rebrand.
Have you unsubscribed?
From basic to brilliant.
As expectations rise, your standards need to also.
Becoming more cost-conscious? Don't screw it up.
We've had green-washing, and rainbow-washing, what about purpose-washing?
Events you might want to know about.
UK women in recruitment event.
And we're done.
I had a lovely morning on Sunday as I manage to drag myself around Vitality’s Big Half Marathon. I’ve mentioned it a few times in here that running and having a goal with regards to running has really helped me keep focussed when I’ve needed it over the past couple of years.
I need something else fitness-wise to aim for - any ideas? Nothing swimming related.
Have a good one.
Me and the RunSoc crew near the Cutty Sark on Sunday. Sweaty and achy.
Me and the RunSoc crew near the Cutty Sark on Sunday. Sweaty and achy.
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