James Reed is the Chairman of REED, the recruitment specialists. Every year, REED places hundreds of thousands of people into jobs across a number of disciplines around the world. James first joined the company in 1991 after graduating from Harvard Business School. Along with Paul G. Stoltz, James is the author of Put Your Mindset to Work. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). He lives in London.
People who thrive at Facebook have to have the right mindset, period. That's what's driving us into the future. This book shows you how to gauge it and get it -- Caitlin Dooley, Facebook (on Put Your Mindset to Work) This brilliant book equips anyone wanting a leg up at work and in life with the tools to flourish. Mindset beats skillset every time -- John Ainley, Aviva (on Put Your Mindset to Work) The insights in this brilliant book could have saved me and any top employer a lot of elementary mistakes, never mind the additional cost of bad decisions -- Gordon Roddick, co-founder, The Body Shop (on Put Your Mindset to Work) This book is a game changer. Read it, remember it, and put your new 3G Mindset to work. There'll be no stopping you -- James Timpson, managing director, Timpsons (on Put Your Mindset to Work) Recruitment boss James Reed gives us an insider's guide to the perfect interview * Daily Express * It's nearly a new year - and for many that means the start of the hunt for a new job. And who better to guide you through the process than recruitment supremo James Reed? * Yorkshire Post * What job interview questions really mean and how to answer them. If you view a job interview as a minefield, this advice by the head of a top recruitment agency could help you safely across * Irish Times * Recruitment expert James Reed shows us exactly what NOT to do in a job interview * Daily Star * Recommend Why You? to everyone who is in work, out of work, looking to move up, down or sideways - not just those who are actively planning a job search ... indispensable * The Bookbag * Reed takes an extremely affable approach, managing to take what can be a dry, stress-inducing subject and lifting it with a light, easy-to-follow touch * Press Association * Top tips if you're on the hunt for a new job * Sunday Post * Read all 101 questions and be super prepared * GoThinkBig * It is not enough to want to change jobs. You need to know why you want to change and where you want to get to * Working Mums * Your chance to stand out from the crowd...gives you the answers they really want. Great as interview preparation * The Sun * Takes much of the fear out of preparing for a job interview * Sunday Post * Amazon UK's fastest-selling new read on interview techniques * City A.M. * An unparalleled ocean of qualitative & quantitative research * The Sunday Guardian (India) * Manners, and a few minutes of peace and quiet, will go a long way * City A.M. 18.02.15 *