For over twenty years, Bradley Richardson has been recognized as a best-selling author, coach, speaker and one of the top executive recruiters, career and hiring strategists in America.
Bradley and his work have been featured 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, , U.S. News & World Report and Rolling Stone.
He is the founder of OSP Advisory in Dallas, Texas, where he is engaged to teach, coach and mentor executives and leaders of Inc. 5000 and other high growth companies in all industries how to recruit and hire better, faster and differently than their competitors.
Author of five books, including two (2) national best sellers, Career Comeback (Broadway/RandomHouse) and Jobsmarts for Twentysomethings (Vintage/RandomHouse), Richardson's books have been published in (11) countries and (4) languages.
Prior to founding OSP Advisory, Bradley served in various leadership roles in the career and recruiting space including positions at Dow Jones / The Wall Street Journal and as Managing Partner and National Practice Director for one of the ten largest retained executive search firms in America, where he focused on placing executive leadership including CEO, CFO, Vice Presidents and Directors.
He has personally advised, mentored, coached AND recruited thousands of people from all walks of life, ages, industries, and experience levels to help them succeed, improve, evaluate or change their career, professional, and personal situations.
Over his career he has personally recruited thousands of individuals and has been engaged by leading companies throughout the Inc. 500 and Fortune 500 and others including Southwest Airlines, AT&T, Komen Foundation for the Cure, Varidesk and more. He is sought after to coach, advise, create strategies and share ideas which they execute to identify, reach, recruit and hire top talent, so they can ultimately grow the business and beat the competition.
He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he was a varsity tennis player and letterman for the Sooners.