Currently, the Director of Student Experience and Enhancement at the University of Liverpool, Dr Paul Redmond has held visiting lectureships at various leading universities and has been responsible for guiding the careers of thousands of students and graduates. Paul’s research into ‘Generation Y’ (aka ‘Millennials’) and ‘Helicopter Parents’ has garnered him praise and respect from a range of national and international organisations.
DR PAUL REDMOND – MEDIA
Paul regularly writes for national newspapers and other publications, and wrote a highly popular diary column for the UK’s Association of Graduate Recruiters Magazine. He is also a frequent guest on radio and television programmes, appearing regularly on the BBC and independent current affairs shows.
He collaborated with the BBC and Tiger Aspect to work on Who Gets the Best Jobs (2011), a series of documentaries looking at the impact of social class on the graduate job market. He has also worked with television programmes, including on The Jeremy Vine show, on the rise of the ‘Helicopter Parent’.
DR PAUL REDMOND – AUTHOR
As a leading expert in generational theory and employability, Paul has written numerous books exploring his lived experiences as an educator and consultant. His bestselling books include:
Paul is the author of numerous books, including:
– The Graduate Jobs Formula (2006), looking at the facts on maximising employability, statistics, and case studies of real graduates in employment.
– Getting It Right (2011), offers a first-hand insight into how graduate recruitment works in today’s post-crunch job market.
– A Parent’s Guide to Graduate Jobs (2012), provides unique advise for parents on how to have a positive impact on their child’s future prospects.
In recognition of his writing and research, Paul was awarded a Fellowship of the British Royal Society of Arts.