WHY I CHOSE TO LEAVE RECRUITING AFTER 20 YEARS & WHAT I DID ABOUT IT. - VIDEO
After almost 20 years as an executive recruiter and headhunter I had enough.
Last summer I was done with the recruiting industry and scuzzy recruiters themselves, so I walked away. I didn't believe in it anymore.
It had become HOMOGINIZED, everyone following the herd, doing the same thing everyone else does or chasing bright shiny objects.
COMMODITIZED, there wasn’t any value. The barrier to entry had become so low that people who had no business being a recruiter jumped in chasing bucks and effectively peeing in the pool for everyone.
And DE-HUMANIZED. No Soul. Nobody cared about people, relationships or humans anymore.
An 80/20 rule applies to recruiters. 20% are awesome, professional and clients should hang onto them like gold, but 80% suck.
The lack of quality, service and CHARACTER made me sick.
I didn’t want to be associated with it anymore. So I blew it up, walked away after 20 years. I flipped the script!
What did I do? (Hint.. It's sure as hell not recruiting)... and some people aren't going to like it.
Check out this VIDEO to see the whole story and how I flipped the script to help companies beat dirtbags recruiters at their own game.
If you like what you hear leave a comment or shoot me an email. visit www.ospadvisory.com to reach me
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For over twenty years, Bradley Richardson has been recognized as a best-selling author, coach, speaker and one of the top executive recruiters, career and hiring strategists in America.
He is the founder of OSP Advisory in Dallas, Texas, where he is engaged to teach, coach and mentor executives and leaders of Inc. 5000 and other high growth companies how to recruit and hire better, faster and differently than their competitors.
Bradley and his work have been featured on Good Morning America, Fox News, ABC News, CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and NPR -- and in such publications as USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Entrepreneur Magazine, , U.S. News & World Report and Rolling Stone.