Paul Redmond, author, keynote speaker, employment guru, is one of the UK’s leading experts on generational change and the future of work.

Paul presents at numerous conferences and events around the world, helping organisations acquire the skills and knowledge to thrive in today’s multi-generational workplace. Paul writes regularly for national newspapers and other publications and is a frequent guest on radio and TV programmes, appearing regularly on BBC and independent current affairs shows.

Paul has guided the careers of thousands of students and graduates at one of the UK’s leading universities. In addition, he has held visiting lectureships at various leading universities and has been His research into ‘Generation Y’ (aka ‘Millennials’) and ‘Helicopter Parents’ has garnered him praise and respect from a range of national and international organisations.

Paul is the author of numerous books, reports and studies including the best-selling ‘The Graduate Jobs Formula.’ He writes a popular diary column for the UK’s Institute of Student Employers (ISE) magazine and other publications such as the ‘Good Universities Guide.’ For his contribution to knowledge and learning, in 2010 Paul was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts.

As a speaker, Paul is lively, engaging, witty and thought-provoking. His unique mix of expertise and entertainment works superbly with audiences around the world.

To check Paul's availability or find out more about his field of expertise, please contact:

Michael Levey

Tel: 07970 170 848


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Paul’s keynote topics include:

·         Generations at Work – managing and motivating a multi-generational workplace.

·         Mind the Gap: how to recruit, retain and respond to today’s Millennials.

·         Generation X: how to get the most from the forgotten Generation

·         How to target, engage and sell to each generation

·         Employability and the rise of ‘Zombie’ jobs – how to stay not just employed, but employable

·         Wellbeing at work: how to achieve happiness and wellbeing at work

·         Graduate Recruitment – recruitment advice for the 21st century

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