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My name is Hishem Azzouz and welcome to the Recruitment Mentors Podcast.

You can join me every Monday and Thursday, where I will be joined by either a successful biller or a recruitment entrepreneur from around the world.

It's my job to deconstruct how they have accelerated their recruitment career and remained at the top of their game by uncovering their daily habits, mindset, approach to leadership, and much much more.

The best place to connect with me and to get your questions answered on the show is Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/
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Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about the qualities of a highly successful recruitment consultant 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on MBO’s as well as key learnings along the way 🚀 The importance of being aligned with Partners and how that feeds into the overall value of a recruitment business 🚀 Key questions to ask in an MBO process ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Matt Hogg from Wallace Hind. He started working in recruitment 21 years ago, and started off in a high street agency before progressing and working at Wallace Hind. It was great to sit down with him and talk about his career so far as well as the MBO process he undertook before becoming MD at Wallace Hind.  You can connect with Matt on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewhogg1/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewhogg1/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about the traits that make up a recruitment consultant - and it’s not money! 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on consultative recruitment and what other metrics you can talk about with prospective clients 🚀 Caring about client relationships and spending time learning as much as possible about your market. 🚀 Being a leader and why compassion and empathy is key. ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Jody Marks, Founder of MRJ Recruitment.  He started his recruitment journey back in 2001 working for Huxley Associates, part of the infamous Sthree group. Since then, he has climbed the ranks within Rullion before starting his own agency nearly 12 years ago. It was great to sit down and talk about his tenure both as a billing recruiter as well as now a business owner. You can connect with Jody on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodymarks/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodymarks/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about why putting clients on a pedestal can hold you back from success 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on building your recruitment desk and getting the most out of your day 🚀 Caring about your team and the difficulties that come with managing 20+ people 🚀 The beauty of remote working and how to keep company culture alive ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Kane Webster from Bright Purple.  He started working in recruitment nearly 10 years ago and has worked his way up the ranks at Bright Purple, leading a team of 20 people whilst also managing client relationships. It was great to sit down with him and talk about his 1tenure at Bright Purple as well as doing a deep dive on management, business development, and remote working, You can connect with Kane on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kanewebster/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kanewebster/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message.  Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review.  You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about being “top biller” and why surrounding yourself with the right people is key 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on business development which directly draws on the Covid-19 pandemic 🚀 Growing a business and how it works with more than one co-founder 🚀 Being purpose-driven and why you should leave your ego at the door ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Fraser McLeod, Co-Founder of Nexus Search He started working in recruitment at 19, building his career at ChapmanBlack for 6 years before setting up Nexus with three other co-founders, shortly after ChapmanBlack went into administration. It was great to sit down with him and talk about his tenure as a recruiter within ChapmanBlack, as well as his experience setting up and scaling a business in the pandemic.  You can connect with Fraser on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frasermcleodnexus/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/frasermcleodnexus/) ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about the importance of relationship building and how the recruitment landscape has changed over the years 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on building a business and why looking after your people is important 🚀 Caring about D&I and why the fear of saying the wrong thing shouldn’t stop you 🚀 Incentivising staff and the power of share schemes ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Ben Broughton, Founder of Primis. He started working in recruitment at the infamous SThree, and continued his success at Premier Group where he spent the majority of his recruitment career. It was great to sit down with him and talk about his tenure as a recruiter as well as a recruitment business owner.  You can connect with Ben on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-broughton1/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-broughton1/) ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ We hosted our first face to face LIVE podcast event in London on October the 27th. On the panel, we had the brilliant https://www.linkedin.com/in/toniphoenix/ (Toni) from Digital Gurus & https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrissheardsr2/ (Chris) from SR2 Recruitment, who was nothing short of honest & authentic. We came together to share what we have learnt in the last 18 months and how we can take these learnings into next year. It was amazing to see so many people face to face again in one room, sharing ideas, insights and challenges. Enjoy the episode! ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about the qualities that make a good recruiter, which isn’t your typical response 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on billings vs retained clients, and why you should focus more on repeat business than the numbers you put on a board 🚀 Caring about client relationships and providing a bespoke service 🚀 The reality of growing a business and why you should have difficult conversations with a business partner first 🚀 You’ll learn about personal branding and the importance of persevering with it ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Adam Nichols, Founder of Rosslyn David recruitment.  He started working in recruitment in 2015 after spending a number of years in banking, and after working at a few different agencies he decided to take the plunge and set up his own agency. This was an eye-opening experience which taught him not only how to grow and scale a business, but also the difficulties that aren’t often spoken about openly in the recruitment space. You can connect with Adam on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-nichols-cefap-296a45b1/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-nichols-cefap-296a45b1/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn how to add value and why you shouldn’t just call people when you need something 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on business development which isn’t your typical cookie-cutter response 🚀 Building expertise and picking a market that you are obsessed with 🚀 Venture Capital and how the “slow and steady” approach to this with BD can reap rewards ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Harry Thornton from Orama solutions. It was great to sit down with him and talk about his experience as a biller building a desk in his first year, through to now being a leader and setting up offices overseas. We cover a ton on this episode - from BD, to mindset, and how to build long-lasting relationships in recruitment. Harry is incredibly passionate about the industry and there are loads of key learnings for recruiters at any stage of their career in this episode. You can connect with Harry on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harrythorntonorama/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/harrythorntonorama/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about the reality of investment and why bootstrapping may not be the best option for you 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on business development and solutions to offer clients 🚀 Agreeing a salary and an equity percentage when partnering with an investor 🚀 Having difficult conversations and why having a business plan is crucial ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Aaron Farrel from Reviva Resourcing.  He set up his first agency after just three years of working in industry, before deciding to part ways and set up Reviva Resourcing just under a year ago.  Since then, he’s been on an interesting business journey both as a recruiter and a business owner.  It was great to sit down with him and talk about his experience, from Business Development through to future plans for 2022 and beyond. You can connect with Aaron on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaroncf/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaroncf/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message.  Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. 
Grab your LIVE podcast event tickets here - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/live-podcast-the-state-of-recruitment-in-2021-and-how-to-thrive-in-2022-tickets-171852915697 (Live podcast event tickets.) Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀You’ll learn about achieving top biller status and why mindset and motivation is key for success. 🚀You’ll get a step-by-step day plan which shows the importance of organisation and structure. 🚀Caring about your employees and creating strong internal processes. 🚀Internal recruitment and key hires that make a difference to business growth. ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by the Co-Founders of InfraView, Tim Davey and Tim Cazemage. They both met over 20 years ago, and worked together at Stott & May before deciding to incept InfraView back in 2016. It was great to sit down with them both and get a deeper understanding of both of their journeys, as well as growing a business and how that experience has been so far. You can connect with them on LinkedIn: Tim Davey: https://www.linkedin.com/in/timdavey/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/timdavey/)  Tim Cazemage: https://www.linkedin.com/in/timcazemage/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/timcazemage/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Grab your LIVE podcast event tickets here - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/live-podcast-the-state-of-recruitment-in-2021-and-how-to-thrive-in-2022-tickets-171852915697 (Live podcast event tickets.) Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about Internal Recruitment and what it’s really like working with agencies from “the other side” 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on internal recruitment for your own agency, as well as criteria for hiring 🚀 The importance of understanding your clients and the intricacies that go on behind the scenes when hiring 🚀 You’ll learn about growing a business and how to overcome common hurdles ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Simon, Oliver, and Patrick, the Co-Founders of SOAP Recruitment. It was great to sit down with them and talk about not only growing a business, but also the intricacies of talent acquisition both internally when hiring, but also externally working with clients on a partnership basis. You can connect with them all on LinkedIn: Simon Koutis: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simoncyber/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/simoncyber/) Oliver Kuehne: https://www.linkedin.com/in/olliesoap/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/olliesoap/) Patrick Harrison:https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickharrison1/ ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickharrison1/) ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ We recently sat down with some of the Sourcebreaker team to find out what it's like to be part of Sourcbreaker's exciting growth journey. They both shared with us how they transitioned from recruitment to recruitment tech. What she has most enjoyed so far that she least expected and why it is a fantastic time to join Sourcebreaker. You can connect with them both here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ellie-thompson-39909b164/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ellie-thompson-39909b164/) https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessie-grant-78ba53108/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessie-grant-78ba53108/) Plus, if you want to find out any further information about the exciting opportunities at Sourcebreaker, you can that here too: https://www.sourcebreaker.com/work-for-us/ (https://www.sourcebreaker.com/work-for-us/) ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about candidate management and how to effectively run a process from start to finish 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on business development and having self belief 🚀 Caring about your team and the importance of being an authentic manager 🚀 The reality of recruitment and why it can sometimes take two years to build your confidence and desk 🚀 You’ll learn about developing raw talent and the power of goal setting ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Holly Bird from Barrington James. She started working in recruitment at 21, and has climbed through the ranks at Barrington James initially as a consultant, to now leading a team of 7 recruiters. It was great to talk about her tenure as a biller but also get into the nitty-gritty of what it’s like being a leader, developing as a manager, and running a team as well as continuing to bill. You can connect with Holly on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/holly-bird-598b20105/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/holly-bird-598b20105/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ We recently sat down with some of the Vincere team to find out what it's like to be part of Vincere's exciting growth journey. Ginny joined us to share with us how she transitioned from recruitment to recruitment tech. What she has most enjoyed so far that she least expected and why it is a fantastic time to join Vincere. You can connect with Ginny here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginnymyers12/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginnymyers12/) Plus, if you want to find out any further information about the exciting opportunities at Vincere, you can that here too: https://jointheteam.vincere.io/careers/ (https://jointheteam.vincere.io/careers/) ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Wow, 300 episodes of the Recruitment Mentors podcast. Thank you so much for supporting the show. I would love to see you at our LIVE podcast event - Grab your tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/live-podcast-the-state-of-recruitment-in-2021-and-how-to-thrive-in-2022-tickets-171852915697 (here.) You can grab tickets with the link below. There are only 100, so act quickly if you want to guarantee your place: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/live-podcast-the-state-of-recruitment-in-2021-and-how-to-thrive-in-2022-tickets-171852915697 (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/live-podcast-the-state-of-recruitment-in-2021-and-how-to-thrive-in-2022-tickets-171852915697)
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Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ----------------------------------------- The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You’ll learn about what it takes to change markets, and why you should find a market that aligns with your personality. 🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on Talent Acquisition and why you should reframe the way you look at Talent teams. 🚀 Building a recruitment consultancy and why he opted out of investment. 🚀 The German market and how international recruitment has evolved. ----------------------------------------- This week I’m joined by James Leighton, CEO and Founder of Andersen James Group. Over the last 6 years, he has built and scaled a successful recruitment business, and we sat down to unpack his experience as a business owner, as well as talking about the recruitment landscape as a whole. There are a ton of key takeaways in this episode that I think you’ll all love, from his early days in the German recruitment market, to re-setting his business during Covid-19. You can connect with James on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-leighton-65023b11/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-leighton-65023b11/) ----------------------------------------- I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ This is the tenth episode of a special podcast series focused on those considering a career in recruitment or the recruiters out there who are early in their recruitment career. Harry Young joined us to discuss his recruitment journey so far. We discussed what he has learnt along the way and advice he would give others. You can connect with him here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harry-young10 (https://www.linkedin.com/in/harry-young10)
Podcast Partners - Claim your exclusive savings with the links below. https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/vincere) https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker (https://recruitmentmentorspodcast.captivate.fm/sourcebreaker) ------------------------------------------ The key takeaways from this episode are as follows: 🚀 You'll learn about why and how using video effectively can enable you to build better relationships with candidates  🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on creating a structured day plan that is divided across candidates, clients, and content creation 🚀 Caring about the jobs you work and how to qualify them better 🚀 The importance of valuing your time as a recruiter and ensuring that there is equal respect between you and your clients ------------------------------------------ This week I’m joined by Caroline Vooght from Expion Search & Selection. She has been working in recruitment for over 20 years, and it was great to sit down and talk to her not only about how recruitment has evolved (and how she has stayed sane in the process) but also about how to get the most out of your desk and build meaningful relationships! We unpack a lot in this episode - from a standard day plan through to how to entice candidates using LinkedIn video. You can connect with Caroline on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolinevooght/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolinevooght/)  ------------------------------------------ I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hishemazzouz/ (Hishem Azzouz) If you would love me to cover certain topics with future guests please drop me a message. Finally, if you have been enjoying the podcast and you have two minutes then it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a review. You can do so with this link - https://ratethispodcast.com/recruitmentmentors (Support the podcast and leave a review here.)
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Preeti Sharma_Career guide

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Apr 12th
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Liam Daly

Brilliant stuff! You need to get James back on sooner rather than later!

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