With all the talk of the Great Resignation, some companies are actually laying off people and today’s guest, Brian Hinchliffe, helps those professionals navigate the recruitment landscape.
In his conversation with Mike, Brian asserts that, at least in the case of his job-seeker clients, expectations haven’t changed: they are looking for positions where they can grow professionally.
They talk about those expectations, which employers are most likely to retain quality talent, and the impact of technology on job interviews. They also discuss what employers should look for in an outplacement relationship.
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Brian provides outplacement and career transition services at Keystone Partners in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. He specializes in outplacement, career coaching, recruiting, staffing, as well as talent and organization development.
Known for a global and multi-cultural perspective, Brian has varied international and U.S. experience in industries including chemicals, mining, manufacturing, oil and gas, airlines, professional services, financial services, and consulting.
Brian was previously CEO of Kurru, LLC, a Texas-talent consulting firm he co-founded, since in 1999. Recently, he led the Executive Career Transition practice of Career Partners International (CPI) LLC in Texas and Louisiana, building a strong Executive Network. As Senior Recruitment Consultant with Performance Search Group, he recruited for difficult-to-fill C-level, Executive, Managerial, and Engineering Technical positions for client companies. As VP Senior Consultant with Right Management in North Texas, Brian provided career and executive coaching.
Brian is a certified CPI Senior Career Transition Consultant, a Certified New Horizons Coach, and is certified in the CPI Facilitator Manager as Coach Learning Series®.
Brian had international experience as an organizational change consultant and has previously sold HR technology. He holds an MBA from Macquarie Graduate School of Management and a BS in Psychology from the University of Sydney.