Respected Seniors,

Hope you all doing well.

Before i start my discussion i would like to thank citehr for making me a part of it. Seniors over here are very motivating, helpful and also very friendly.

I pursued B E ( CSE) and started my career as a IT Recruiter where i used to do only sourcing its been more then two years apart from sourcing i didnot learn anything . Now iam looking for a change and i could see market is looking for a candidate who has very good experience in complete end to end recruitment which i dont have but iam keen to learn the things . In my company im not getting opportunity to learn. I want to grow in my career want to work for MNC's and i want gain more knowledge and good designation. what should i do to grow and learn things related to my job.Please help me out. I want to be Core HR in future.

My strenghths are hard woturerking, very keen to learn new things and also self motivated

weakness are as a Recruiter we should be good in communication but i feel i need to improve my communication.

please forgive me if iam wrong anywhere. These things was there in my mind for past 1 year and today i opened and kept my issue in front of you seniors.

Thank you.

From India, Bengaluru
Dear Bhavya,
You have made atleast three posts within few days and the backgound
you have given about you is different in all.
It is not clear why chose to make your posting as anonymous.
One can improve his learning in any field, recruitment being no exception.
When you go through the resume of people with various experiences and qualification that itself will
provide you enough knowledge. Please ask this question to yourself
Since you have already identified your strengths and weaknesses try to
work on that line in a detailed way by setting up your goal.
Try to do some relevant part time course or correspondence course.
Read interesting articles in Cite HR on Communication from archives.

From India

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