Randy Hain is a business leader, consultant, community servant, author and sought‐after national speaker, fluent in such diverse topics as talent strategy, authenticity, servant leadership, growing relationships, career strategy and the integration of work, life and faith.
As a Partner and a shareholder of Bell Oaks Executive Search, Randy has a respected track record of leading successful searches and building teams in a broad diversity of industries and functional specializations. He is considered a thought leader on human capital and leadership and is a sought-after speaker and panelist.
Randy is a prolific writer and blogger with his latest book—“Something More: The Professional’s Pursuit of a Meaningful Life"–set to release on March 1. Prior to “Something More”, Randy authored “The Catholic Briefcase: Tools for Integrating Faith and Work”, voted the Best Catholic Book of 2011 in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards as well as “Along the Way: Lessons for an Authentic Journey of Faith".
Randy is a board member of Growing Leaders, an international non-profit focused on developing leadership and character in young people, and is an advisory board member of ETHIKOS, a national consulting firm that coaches the Fortune 1000 on business ethics. He is the advisory board co-chair for the Catholic Charities Atlanta Leadership Class, and co-founder of the Annual Atlanta Catholic Business Conference and the Integrated Catholic Life eMagazine.
Turning Age into an Asset
By Randy Hain, Partner, Bell Oaks Executive Search
It is a common tale these days. A 60-something senior leader in career transition has a series of job interviews since departing his last role, but nothing to show for it. Another leader with a long track record of success in her 30-year career struggles to even get interviews. They wonder what they are doing wrong. They may also wonder if they are a casualty of age bias. Read Full Article »
By Randy Hain, Partner of Bell Oaks Executive Search
I wrote the last version of this article well over two years ago. Much has changed in the world of social networking with the explosive growth of Twitter and Facebook and it is clear that how we build personal and business connections is ever evolving. Read Full Article »