Danielle Monaghan

About the Author

Howard Adamsky has been recruiting since 1985 and is still alive to talk about it. A consultant, writer, public speaker, and educator, he works with organizations to support their efforts to build great companies and coaches others on how to do the same. He has over 20 years' experience in identifying, developing, and implementing effective solutions for organizations struggling to recruit and retain top talent. An internationally published author, he is a regular contributor to ERE Media, a member of the Human Capital Institute's Small and Mid-Sized business panel, a Certified Internet Recruiter, and rides one of the largest production motorcycles ever built. His book, Hiring and Retaining Top IT Professionals/The Guide for Savvy Hiring Managers and Job Hunters Alike (Osborne McGraw-Hill) is in local bookstores and available online. He is also working on his second book, The 25 New Rules for Today's Recruiting Professional. See twitter.com/howardadamsky if you are so inclined for the occasional tweet. Email him at H.adamsky@comcast.net

About the Author

Danielle Monaghan is a staffing director with Microsoft Corporation, where she and her team are responsible for identifying and hiring top technical, sales, and marketing talent into the Information Worker and Business Solutions Divisions. She was formerly the senior talent acquisition manager for national sales and the executive talent acquisition team at T-Mobile USA. Prior to joining T-Mobile, Danielle spent seven years in various talent acquisition roles at Microsoft. Danielle has extensive experience and expertise in sourcing, recruitment metrics, account management, workforce planning, employment branding, assessment strategies and organizational development.

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