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More than any other genre of popular American music, Soul is the result of the combination and merging of previous styles and substyles in the 1950s and 60s. Broadly speaking, soul comes from a gospel (the sacred) and blues (the profane). Blues was mainly a musical style that praised the fleshly desire whereas gospel was more oriented toward spiritual inspiration. Once it gained popularity, Soul gradually came into white musical groups and was then called "Blue-Eyed Soul." Soul music ruled t ...
 
Career Move Secrets is your insider's guide to getting hired in the hidden job market and beating the global economic downturn! The show delivers insider advice on job searching, interviewing and career enhancement. Hi, I'm Tony Talbot and I have been working in the recruitment industry as an international headhunter for over 20 years. I am the host of the show and the founder of careermovesecrets.com a comprehensive online course for job seekers that I designed to be Your Ultimate guide to ...
 
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How do you step out of the standard recruitment process and gain the attention of career changing decision makers? In Episode 43 I Interview Steve Sims. Entrepreneur Magazine labelled Steve as “The Real Life Wizard of Oz” because he has developed a reputation for making the impossible, possible. He founded the first high-end luxury concierge, throu…
 
How do you grow and build your dream career? You need to build your dream network! In episode 42 I interview Kelly Hoey. Kelly Hoey is a networking expert, and author of Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships In A Hyper-Connected World. Kelly offers a modern approach to this essential career skill together with practical strategie…
 
Did you know that your network is your greatest job search asset? Because, all things being equal, people will hire and refer those people that they Know Like and Trust! In Episode 41 I interview Bob Burg, Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker & Bestselling author Endless Referrals and the Go-Giver Series. Bob Burg is a sought-after speaker at company leade…
 
What's the most successful way to make job applications and drive your job search in today's oversubscribed job market? In Episode 40 I interview Jane Ferre. Before setting up her own HR career coaching practice Jane had a 20+ year career in senior HR roles such as HR Business Partner, Head of Leadership Development and Head of Talent at British Ai…
 
Can you deliberately design and drive your own career trajectory over the next decade? In Episode 39 I Interview with Scott Jeffery Miller, an Award Winning Author and ex-CMO at Franklin Covey. Capping a 25-year career where he served as a chief marketing officer and executive vice president of business development, Scott Jeffrey Miller currently s…
 
What does a best practice senior recruitment process look like and are you really prepared for it? In episode 38 I interview Nigel Ash, Manging Director of Network Rail Consulting. Nigel has 35 years international business experience with a proven track record in business start-up, business turnaround, profit enhancement and strategic development o…
 
How do headhunters find and identify talent for senior opportunities in the hidden job market? This one of a number of thoughtful questions I was asked by Kevin Appleby on my recent guest appearance on the GrowCFO Show. Grow CFO is an online community and training programme supporting ambitious finance leaders with the different skills needed to st…
 
Is it possible to forge and shape your own ideal role rather than just accept the position you are offered? In Episode 36 I interview Carol Lemmens who has successfully shaped his roles a number of times. Carol Lemmens leads Arup's Global Advisory Services. With 30 years of experience in strategy, change and business development, Carol helps senior…
 
How do you find out if you will fit with the culture and values of a business? In Episode 35 I interview Hans Pung. Hans Pung is president of RAND Europe, a not-for-profit public policy research organisation that helps improve policy and decision-making through research and analysis across innovation, science, health, social policy, defence, home a…
 
Do you know how to have a positive mindset, strong presence and be impactful enough to influence others at interview? In episode 34 I interview Leila Singh, Personal Brand Coach & Consultant. Leila Singh is an accomplished Sales and Finance professional with a corporate career spanning over 25 years. She has a wealth of experience initially gained …
 
Have you ever reached out to a CEO at a business you admire and would like to work for? In Episode 33 I interview Dave Shemmans CEO of Ricardo plc. Dave has had a fantastic career and reached the CEO level of a Plc before reaching 40 years old. Over the last 15 years he has managed, diversified and grown Ricardo into a truly global business with op…
 
How do you proactively build your career towards your long term objectives? In Episode 32 I interview Alex Jan, Former Chief Economist at Arup. Alex has built a near 30 year career in professional services around the themes of Cities and Infrastructure economics. It's a career that has seen him work for the CBI, KPMG and the London Mayor amongst ot…
 
How do you do your due diligence on a future employer and even up the interview process? In Episode 31 I interview Mary Hewitt. Mary was recently the Interim Managing Director of Chiltern Railways and she is also the Strategy and Policy Director at Arriva Trains Trains. However, Mary started out her career as a management consultant in the energy s…
 
Should you change your career direction to better suit your skills, personality and passions? In Episode 30 I interview Alex Deane, Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting. Alex is the Head of UK Public Affairs at FTI Consulting, and the former Director of the campaigning organisation Big Brother Watch. He delivers political advisory services fo…
 
How do you gain a massive advantage over other job applicants and guarantee yourself an interview? In Episode 29 I interview Maurizio Parenti. Maurizio is highly qualified financial services executive, with expertise in Capital Markets, Treasury & Asset Management and Investor Relations. He is Head of Capital Markets at EUROFIMA and he has held sen…
 
How do you deliver a winning presentation at the final interview stage? In Episode 28 I interview Mark Inskip CEO UK and Ireland at Kantar Media. Mark is an experienced CEO, Entrepreneur and business Leader with a very impressive marketing background, so he knows a thing or two about winning presentations. He has worked for and with some truly blue…
 
How can active job seekers gain access to their ideal roles in the Hidden Job Market? This is the key question Jeff Altman asked me when I was a recent guest on his podcast NO. B.S. Job Search Radio. Jeff was my guest in Episode 26 of my Career Move Secrets Podcast and he and I found that we were like minded in much of our views on job searching an…
 
Did you know that leveraging your network is the most successful job search strategy? Use LinkedIn to turbo boost this strategy! In Episode 26 I interview Jeff Altman. Jeff is the host of the No B.S. Job Search Advice Radio, the No. 1 Podcast in Apple Podcasts for Job Searching. Jeff has been podcasting for over 10 years and his is coming up on 200…
 
How much due diligence do you undertake on the recruiters you speak to and the potential employers you interview with? Episode 25 I interview Paul Micallef Managing Director at Pegasus Search & Selection. Paul has worked in recruitment focussed upon the construction sector for the last 22 years. He built up a recruitment business (Jigsaw) in the ea…
 
Have you identified the 20 companies in your niche that you admire and would work for? In Episode 24 I interview Don Leslie. Don is a well known figure in Management consulting circles as a headhunter and founder of BLT which he ran for nearly 30 years. Today he is semi-retired but very active as a Management Consultancy Careers Strategist and plat…
 
Do you really know yourself? What role do Psychometric and Personality Tests have in recruitment? In Episode 23 I interview with Lucy Standing Vice Chair of the Association of Business Psychology. Lucy is a chartered psychologist who has enjoyed a career in Psychology practice as well as stints in recruitment with JPMorgan and as the Global Head of…
 
Are you able to explain your bad career moves and career transitions in a positive way? In Episode 22 I interview Travis Wright. Travis Wright is the Director of Growth at 3GIMBALS, a services firm supporting the intelligence community. His career journey began in aviation as a US Army helicopter pilot and then as a commercial airline pilot before …
 
What's your Personal Value Proposition? How do you communicate your capabilities and value in today's job market? In Episode 21 I Interview with John Tarnoff, career coach and best selling author. John's excellent book is "Boomer reinvention": How to create your dream career over 50. John had a fantastic career as a Hollywood studio executive and p…
 
Why would an interviewer remember you and like you more than the other similar candidates? What's your unique point of difference, what makes you special or interesting? In Episode 20 I interview Jonathan Goring who strikes me as special guest, very interesting and quite different from many other senior business leaders I interview. Jonathan descri…
 
How do you pivot into a new industry/sector and future proof your career? How do you reinvent yourself and pivot into a completely new industry, sector or technology and future proof your career? Who better to ask than someone who has reinvented his career multiple times. In Episode 19 I interview Christopher Bishop. Christopher is a TedX speaker, …
 
Aptitude vs Attitude in the recruitment process. Is it true that it's your attitude, not your aptitude that will determine your altitude? Zig Ziglar certainly thought so. In Episode 18 I interview Justin Leigh, Managing Director of Focus4Growth. Justin is a highly experienced business leader with over 20 years of experience of developing and leadin…
 
How did you find your last senior role? Was it an online job application or through the hidden job market? In Episode 17 I interview Haley Hutson a Director in the Big4 in the Middle East. I have known Haley for over 10 years now. I initially headhunted her and placed her in a senior role as a candidate and I have also acted as her recruiter of cho…
 
Have you got a personal brand? I argue that if you have a LinkedIn profile (and if you are reading this you do have one) that you have the basic starting point of a personal brand. In Episode 16 I interview Marianne Kilpatrick. Marianne (Mo) Kilpatrick is an award-winning leader with a 30 years background in consultancy and transport. She is the fo…
 
Should you push back and challenge at interview? How do you really find and land a senior role in the finance function? In Episode 15 I interview with Edward Michelsberg Partner at Emu Search. Ed and I worked together in executive search in the UK over 20 years ago. Ed moved to Australia in the early 2000's and specialises in senior roles within th…
 
How does the senior recruitment process really work in the professional services sector? In Episode 14 I Interview with Rob Garner Director at Garwood Solutions Rob Garner is a strategic advisor, non-executive director and investor within the professional and technology service sector. He specialises in supporting organisations at inflexion points …
 
What's your story? in Episode 13 Interview Matt Bennion, Chairman at Reds10. Matt explains his career story, driven by his passion for all things construction. An industry he has served for the last 25 years. Matt is the Chairman at Reds10 a modular building business that provides clients with a full turnkey service to design, finance, build, equip…
 
The big global businesses often have internal talent acquisition teams. How do they operate? Do they use LinkedIn? In Episode 12 I Interview with Benjamin Roberts. Ben is an accomplished Talent Management, Human Resources and Talent Acquisition Professional with over 15 years experience in leading business partnership, recruitment strategy, strateg…
 
Did you know the job market has really changed over the last 5-10 years? In Episode 11 of CareerMoveSECRETS Podcast I interview JC Townend, CEO UK and Ireland at LHH an outsourcing and Talent Management business. JC Townend is one of the very best senior Executives I have had the pleasure to work with as both a client and a candidate. JC has over 2…
 
Would you like to learn the three things you need to do to get hired into your ideal role through LinkedIn? In Episode 10 of CareerMoveSECRETS Podcast I interview Tony Restell. Tony is the Founder and Director of Social-hire.com a social media marketing agency that serves the recruitment and the consulting industries. Tony has been at the forefront…
 
Mel Karam is a very modest chap. Initially I had to work quite hard to convince him to do the podcast with me. I'm glad I did because I think its the best CareerMoveSECRETS Podcast to date. It's packed with deep insights for exec level job seekers and the career minded. Mel is the Chief Executive Officer at Bristol Water PLC. He is a really well kn…
 
In this episode I interview Stephen Mc Donagh. Stephen is a Principle with Arcadis in New York. He has 30 years' infrastructure and economics consultancy experience, and the good fortune to travel to many parts of the world helping clients develop and deliver key infrastructure. This has ranged from large scale port developments in the Middle East,…
 
Whats the most important investment you make in growing your career? In Episode 7 I interview Jim Coleman Head of Economics at WSP. Jim is a specialist in the economics of cities: economic strategy, large-scale urban development projects, industrial development & clusters, and urban regeneration. He has over 20 years of experience in economic compe…
 
In this episode I interview Tom Haak the director of the HR Trend Institute. The HR Trend Institute follows, detects and encourages trends in the people and organisation domain and in related areas. Tom is also the chief curator of The Museum of HR and he is considered to be one of the leading global HR thought leaders. Tom has an extensive experie…
 
I interview an old friend from the world of recruitment. Dylan Hall has 18 years of executive search and selection experience in the global infrastructure construction market. Dylan shares the current state of the market given COVID-19, the economic boost of HS2 and the new normal of Zoom interviews. We discuss the best way to find a new role right…
 
Mike has worked in recruitment since 1994, so 26 years at the time of publication of this podcast. Mike helped to build a significant recruitment business as a senior manager and then bought it as part of a Management Buy Out. Today he is global executive recruiter in the Low Carbon Economy. Mike explains how Executive recruitment in the 90's was a…
 
Most people think that most jobs are found via an online job advert. I know this is not the case and I'm on a mission to educate job seekers that 80% of the jobs filed each year are not advertised online or anywhere else. The hidden job market is the major job market, particularly for more senior hires. Often this market comes to you but there are …
 
Andy Preston has been working in the recruitment industry for nearly 20 years. He has built and managed three successful recruitment businesses, opened recruitment offices in London, Dubai and Sydney and led teams of over 100 recruitment consultants. He has experience of a range of sectors including FMCG, Life Sciences, Financial Services, Accounta…
 
For the very first show I wanted ease myself in gently, so invited an old friend to have a chat. Luckily Jules is recruitment expert with over 20 years experience, in fact we worked together as headhunters back in the year 2000. Today Jules is the Group Head of Talent Acquisition at Stickyeyes a leading international digital marketing company. He h…
 
Soul in these old shoes……No specific theme just great tunes with a sprinkle of Northern Soul, side stepping the “hits” compilations and bringing the lesser known tracks to the turntable. Each one a gem, here on its own merits. I could list my favourites’ but I’ll let you take you own choice on a soulful journey of discovery. Kick back for an hour a…
 
Be it the protest lyrics of Gil Scott Heron, the beautifully constructed Patrice Holloway number, the hope in Curtis work, or the questions raised by Marvin. The world watched as President Obama was inaugurated with news channels choosing Sam Cooke’s “A change is gonna come” as the music backdrop.Whatever your music bag contains, 90% of it wouldn’t…
 
The October issue of Multichannel Merchant is just hitting desks now. Hear from editor-in-chief Melissa Dowling and senior writer Jim Tierney about highlights from the new issue, what’s coming up in the future, and what we’re hearing in the industry. Join us this Friday at 1 p.m. EST for the inside skinny on what’s coming up in MCM!…
 
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