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Bradley Richardson is one of the nation's leading executive recruiters and professional career development experts. a best-selling business author, professional speaker. He has successfully placed senior and C-level executives at some of the leading healthcare organizations in America and have counseled other industry leaders such as Southwest Airlines, PWC and AT&T among others on their recruiting and professional development initiatives.
He is the CEO of OSP Advisory, a candidate sourcing and talent pipeline service based in Dallas, Texas.
Prior to that, Richardson was Managing Partner with a large national retained executive search firm where he was responsible for leading the firm's National Healthcare Finance Practice. Before that, Richardson served as National Director of The Wall Street Journal's official career website and founded two consulting firms devoted to recruiting and human resource consulting.
Author of five books, including two (2) national best sellers, Career Comeback (Broadway/RandomHouse) and JobSmarts for Twentysomethings (Vintage/RandomHouse) and two books about being a new father in his DaddySmarts series. Richardson's books have helped tens of thousands of individuals and been published in (11) countries and (4) languages.
Bradley has appeared on Good Morning America, Fox News, ABC News, CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and NPR -- and in such publications as USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Entrepreneur Magazine, Becker’s Hospital Review, U.S. News & World Report and Rolling Stone.
A frequently sought after speaker, he has presented to thousands of job seekers, career changers and hiring companies at conferences and seminars throughout the country.
Bradley is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he majored in Communication and was a varsity tennis player and letterman for the Sooners.
Today, Richardson lives in Dallas and is the father of three children, Samantha (21), Skylar (19) and Tyler (16).