Biller Rollercoaster | Joe Head - How being on performance management changed his career, and the tactics he has used to carve out a new market seven years later.
The Recruitment Mentors Podcast
On this episode I’m joined by Joe Head from Mark James. He fell into the world of recruitment at the young age of 18, and seven years later is now an Associate Director, specialising in Cyber Security. Joe initially started his career as a contract recruiter, but after coming in to his own after switching to perm, it has seen him build two new markets in his tenure. Joe’s story may sound familiar to a lot of other junior recruiters out there, and his openness and honesty to share his learnings (even at board level now) is going to help a lot of those listening to the episode who may be feeling demotivated in the early years of their recruitment career.For recruiters who are wanting to learn more about the structure of building out a new desk in a boutique business, then this episode hits all of those markers. For the junior consultants out there, this is an excellent podcast to learn more about day plans, and overcoming the multiple hurdles that a career in recruitment can give you!You can connect with Joe on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joehead1/Timestamps for the episode:How did Joe enter the world of recruitment? [2:29]What was Austin Fraser like when you joined? [5:32]Not doing a deal for 10 months [9:15]Asking for help [13:39]What would you have done differently? [14:23]Biggest learning in two years [18:58]Getting to senior consultant [24:43]‘You just put an ad on a job board’ [28:04]What did you say to clients in your pitch? [29:15]Having self worth in what you do [31:40]Billings and performance [32:16]KPI’s [35:20]What your day looks like [39:24]A daily must-do that has changed? [45:14]What would you say are the benefits are in a large vs small consultancy? [48:38]What was your game plan in a new business? [51:55]How did you get jobs? [58:46]What are you measuring to check that you are doing the right things? [1:01:24]Resilience [1:09:58]I hope you enjoyed the episode, the best place to connect with me is on Linkedin - Hishem AzzouzIf 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. Simply it will enable me to reach more people with the podcast, you can easily leave a review with the following link - https://ratethispodcast.com/rollercoaster 🙌🏻👊🏻
Top 50 Bourbon Bar in the US. #1 Bourbon Bar in Ohio. In our very own Downtown Dayton. The Century Bar opened in 1942 and has been around to experience Dayton's decline and, more importantly, its rise, like few other businesses in Dayton can claim. In this interview with co-owner Joe Head, we talk about what they did in 2011 that quickly took the Century from struggling to the highest in its class, all about the new location opening up next door, and, as always, about the "New Dayton" and the large part they've played in creating a city where small businesses and individuals can thrive. If you enjoyed the podcast, subscribe and leave a review, or share it with your friends on social media! You can connect with us and join the conversation on the website or on Instagram.
What Had Happened Was Episode 2: A tale of bourbon, beards, and Joe Head
What Had Happened Was: A podcast for Dayton
Times flies when you are sling bourbon. Joseph Head knows that better than most. Joe, who co-owns The Century Bar in downtown Dayton with Diane Spitzig, started his journey with the bar two decades ago. Amelia Robinson, host of the new “What Had Happened Was” podcast, sat down with Joe just before his epic bourbon-ey party. Their chat was good to the last drop. Joe talks about how he went from a rough-around-the-edges, long-haired arrogant youth to a so-legit Kentucky Colonel.Get the latest episodes delivered directly to you. Find it on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and other services. “What Had Happened Was” is a podcast for Dayton, powered by Dayton.com. You won't believe the stories that come from right here. Host Amelia Robinson shares the best tales from the Gem City, Land of Funk and Birthplace of Aviation: Dayton, Ohio.This episode is sponsored by Cox Digital Marketing.