Jeff Lipschultz’s Blog

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 jeff6Professional Background:

Jeff Lipschultz is a founding partner of A-List Solutions, a premier recruiting firm in Dallas-Fort Worth.  He enjoys blogging about the challenges of finding the best jobs as candidates and finding the best employees as companies.  Jeff also blogs about technology, employment trends, and sometimes quirky observations of society.

Jeff has a stellar track record in managing diverse teams in engineering, marketing, program management, and client relations. He has worked in many industries developing and marketing a wide spectrum of products and services while leading large-scale corporate initiatives.  Jeff has worked at several Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, and small OEM.

In staffing specifically, Jeff has hired engineers, IT and finance professionals, sales reps, technicians, Six Sigma and Lean experts, and managers of many talents. Additionally, he has recruited at universities all over the country.

Educational and Training Background:

Jeff has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and University of Illinois-Chicago, respectively.  He has a Master’s in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University with a focus in Marketing.  While at Motorola and BNSF Railway, Jeff was a practicing Six Sigma Blackbelt. Jeff has written a great deal on interviewing and resume writing techniques and has coached college students on creating their resumes.  He also offers training on how to interview candidates effectively and make a solid hiring decision using objective standards.

Guest Speaker:

After crossing the United States on a bicycle (3,280 miles) in 2010, he reflected on how similar the achievement was to conquering business goals or other personal goals.  It turned out, many people wanted to hear about this and Jeff was more than happy to share his experiences and relate how analogous to real life crossing the US really is.  Feel free to email Jeff if you would like him to speak to your organization about setting and achieving huge goals and be entertained by interesting stories from the road.  You can learn more about his cycling adventures on his cycling blogs: The Bike Whisperer and The Bike Whisperer’s Travels.

Jeff can also provide a presentation on Employer Branding: How to recruit and retain a best-in-class team.  This presentation covers recruiting in the 21st Century, employees being your company’s voice, and ways in which to build a stellar organization.

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eBooks by Jeff:

15-minute Guide Focused on Preparation and Ownership of the Interview

An All-in-One Guide from Preparation to Do’s-and-Don’ts to Follow-up

Quoted in traditional print, articles, and eBooks:

AARP: When People ‘Ghost’ on Jobs, Older Workers Get a Boost, March 6, 2019

Barron’s Next: How to Ace Your Next Job Interview, November 2nd, 2016

Career Planning & Adult Development Journal: Volume 32, Number 2: Social Recruiting, Personal SEO, Personal Online Reputation Management

New Year, New Job!  101 Top Tips from Job-Hunt Experts for Your Holiday Job Search

New Year, New Job! 101 Top Tips from Job-Hunt Experts for Your Holiday Job Search, Second Edition

NextAvenue: 10 Tips to Job Hunt Successfully During the Holidays, December 3, 2015

I’m in a Job Search–Now What???

Money Magazine: “Get a Leg Up on Your Job Search” March 2010, p. 36

U.S. News and World Report: How To Make Money Now 2013 Edition, “Raising Your Profile” pp. 54-55

The Twitter Job Search Guide

23 Ways You Sabotage Your Executive Job Search and How Your Brand Will Help You Land

U.S. News: Should You Include a QR Code on Your Resume?

CNN Money: Why the holidays are the best time to find a new job

SELF Magazine: “Tweet your way to a sweet job.” August, 2012

PBS’s Job Search: 5 Ways to Turn Your Age Into an Asset Job Search: 5 Ways To Turn Your Age Into An Asset

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