What I've Learnt - 14 Years In Business
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by The Recruitment Show
2w ago
In this episode, Ameera Qureshi, CMO interviews our CEO Lewis Maleh! 14 questions for each year in business. They discuss starting up, the ups and downs of business, how recruiting has changed, the most valuable lesson learned, and much more! ------- Follow us: Bentley Lewis Newsletter: ⁠http://bit.ly/2F0bq2i⁠ Bentley Lewis Website: ⁠http://www.bentleylewis.com⁠ Bentley Lewis Socials: ⁠https://linktr.ee/BentleyLewis⁠ Email: info@bentleylewis.com ..read more
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Does Appearance Matter?
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by The Recruitment Show
1M ago
Does how you look and show up for an interview matter? It's very likely to have a big impact on potential employers and probably to potential clients too. That's the feedback one candidate in New York got for the reason she didn't get the job."She arrived at the job interview without make-up." I'm certainly not advocating for companies to select based on looks, in fact quite the opposite. And in this case, it was about make-up. If you find someone with an incredible attitude and potential, you can coach them on the other things. However, whether we like it or not, first impressions do ..read more
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Leadership, Vulnerability, and the Future with Joe Davis
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by The Recruitment Show
1M ago
Get ready for a deep dive into what it takes to be an effective leader in today's world. In this episode of the podcast, our CEO Lewis Maleh is joined by Joe Davis, Managing Director and Senior Partner at Boston Consulting Group, and author of the new book, "The Generous Leader". Joe shares fascinating insights on leadership evolution, the importance of listening for true connection, and why vulnerability is a vital leadership tool. They also discuss the delicate balance between authenticity and expectations, and how to overcome the common barriers to real behavioral change in leaders. If ..read more
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Beyond the 40-Hour Grind: Exploring Flexible Work and the 32-Hour Week
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by The Recruitment Show
1M ago
Is the traditional 40-hour workweek the best model for productivity and well-being? In this episode of "Talent Talk" we examine alternative work schedules, like the 32-hour week, and the ongoing debate between work-life balance and work-life integration. Lewis Maleh (CEO) is joined by experts Edward Cruz (Head of N.America) and Jamie Craw (Principal, Exec Search) to discuss: ? The shifting landscape: How technology and changing priorities are impacting work models. ? Potential upsides and drawbacks: Can a shorter workweek boost productivity and well-being, or could there be unforeseen consequ ..read more
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Unlock Purpose and Fulfillment at Work: Insights from Kevan Hall
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by The Recruitment Show
1M ago
Are you searching for deeper meaning in your career? In this insightful podcast, our CEO Lewis Maleh is joined by Kevan Hall to explore how to find true purpose and fulfillment at work. They discuss practical strategies to: Align your values and passions with your work: they'll help you identify what truly matters to you and explore how to find a career path that reflects those values. Embrace curiosity in the workplace: they'll explore how leaders can encourage exploration and discovery to foster a more engaged and purposeful environment for their teams. Navigate the changing landscape o ..read more
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How the job market is shaping up in 2024
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by The Recruitment Show
2M ago
Want the inside scoop on hiring trends in 2024? In this episode our CEO Lewis Maleh is joined by Dave Rodriguez (VP Talent Acquisition) from Henry Schein to talk about the year so far and what could be in store. What they cover: ? 2024 recruiting trends and predictions ? Would you hire a job-hopper ? The impact commute time has on job satisfaction ? The rise of social media layoff videos Hope you find this valuable. ---- Show notes: Connect with Dave Rodriguez on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daverodriguezhenryschein ---- Follow us: Bentley Lewis Newsletter: ⁠http://bit.ly/2F0bq2i⁠ Be ..read more
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Tactics for leaders in 2024!
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by The Recruitment Show
2M ago
In this episode our CEO Lewis Maleh is joined by René Rodriguez, best-selling author of Amplify Your Influence. They discuss the biggest workplace topics offering valuable advice to leaders on how to navigate these challenging situations. From "commute or quit" to discussions on layoffs and employee activism, they share practical insights on how leaders can approach these issues with empathy, transparency, and strategic thinking. ----- Show Notes | Connect with René Rodriguez René Rodriguez's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/learnwithrene René Rodriguez's Website: https://www.meetrene.com ..read more
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Asked To Record A TikTok At 1st Stage Of A Job Application. What would you do?
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by The Recruitment Show
2M ago
I had a chat with someone about their recent job application experience. They were asked to create a TikTok video as the first stage of their application process. The task? To express their enthusiasm for applying to the company. Certainly an interesting approach. What would you do? ----- Follow us: Bentley Lewis Newsletter: ⁠http://bit.ly/2F0bq2i⁠ Bentley Lewis Website: ⁠http://www.bentleylewis.com⁠ Bentley Lewis LinkedIn: ⁠  / bentley-l.  ⁠. Lewis Maleh LinkedIn: ⁠  / lmaleh  ⁠ Tweet Lewis: ⁠  / lewismaleh   ..read more
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Our advice on sharing layoff experiences on social media platforms
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by The Recruitment Show
2M ago
Employees are reshaping the narrative around layoffs and work-life balance. Lews Maleh and Jamie Craw discuss a growing trend among workers to record and share their layoff experiences on social media platforms like TikTok, seeking feedback, solidarity, and sometimes, a form of digital revenge. This trend is demystifying layoffs and challenging the stigma associated with job loss, as workers openly discuss their experiences and feelings in a public forum.But it's not just about layoffs. Employees are increasingly unwilling to compromise their health and work-life balance for early meetings or ..read more
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How to deal with coming up from a poor neighborhood
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by The Recruitment Show
3M ago
Rising up from a poor neighborhood. How can you build resilience and the mentality to "Play the cards you're dealt" and not let your circumstances be a barrier to your potential future? In the episode of the podcast Our CEO Lewis Maleh is joined by Joanne Conway, Head of Inclusion & Culture at DLA Piper. Lewis and Joanne dive deep into the complexities of societal expectations and the unique challenges faced by people from low socio-economic backgrounds. They discuss how being from a poor neighborhood can negatively impact access to education and employment and we explore potential solutio ..read more
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