Bob Marshall, founder of The Marshall Plan, has an extensive background in the recruiting industry as a Recruiter, Manager, VP, President, Coach and Trainer. In 2017, Bob will be celebrating his 37th year in the recruitment business.
In 1980, Bob started in search and recruiting with a large recruitment organization and soon became a Pacesetter. In his first office, he was named Account Executive of the Month sixteen times. He is the recipient of the Million Dollar Hall of Fame Award.
After working a desk for four years, Bob became a Regional Manager for this same organization delivering operational support and training for their sixty+ offices in the eleven Western states. He was acknowledged by corporate executives as the top trainer.
Bob then became Manager of an award-winning Sausalito, CA office where he developed and produced the first Morning Meeting video training series.
In 1986, Bob founded The Bob Marshall Group (based on The Marshall Plan). Since then he has traveled extensively throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Malta and Cyprus training and coaching recruiters.
Bob’s current list of copyrighted recruitment products and training/coaching services include:
- The TBMG Consulting Partnership Training System
- Three Coaching Formats, all based on the twenty-week $1,000,000 Biller Program
- The Monthly BLS Analysis for Recruiters.
- The Training Manual “Your Desk as a Manufacturing Plant”, Mastering the Fundamentals of Search and Recruiting – eight modules with test and answer sections;
- The Classics, Unplugged” Audio Teleconference Series – forty-three sessions
- The Quick Resource Guide – recruitment resource/response binder
- The Forms Package
- The Modularized & Multi-Tasked Quarterly Executive Edition Daily Planner
- The Illuminati Think Tank – a series of teleconferences with Recruitment Superstar guests; includes access links to past recordings
- Weekly Business Analysis Meetings based on the “100 Point Sheet”
- Annual, Quarterly, Weekly & Daily personalized Goal Sheets
Bob has a BA, Political Science & International Relations from UCLA and a MIM (Masters of International Management) from Thunderbird School of Global Management, Glendale, AZ.
Bob continues to live and work on his horse ranch in McDonough, Georgia.
Recommendation by Alan Schonberg (legendary CEO, Management Recruiters International), February, 2013:
“I’ve known, worked with, observed, analyzed and watched Bob’s evolution since 1980—over 30 years!! In my opinion, there is not a person in his space more valuable to you than Bob Marshall. As a student of our business, a trainer in our business and an overall consultant in our business, Bob has no peer in my opinion. I don’t believe there is another person you could work with that would bring to each of you, as well as your AE’s, a greater insight into the dynamics of our profession. This insight, coupled with his passion, has enabled me to rate him #1 in his field.”
Introduction by Alan Schonberg, Florida Area MRI Mini-Regional, Orlando, November 6, 1987:
“Speaking of the best, a young man named Bob Marshall started to work a desk in Reno, Nevada (in 1980). He did very, very well and he enjoyed working that desk. He moved to another office in the California area where he wanted to live and he came to the attention of we, the corporate group, in our ‘ivory tower’ in Cleveland, Ohio. And we sensed–we saw in this man–probably one of the most raw and greatest talents in terms of understanding the dynamics and especially the human dynamics of our business, but he had not taught them as yet. He had not espoused them to our universe. He had not trained people in them, but he said he wanted to and he said, ‘I know I’m raw, but I’ve got a tremendous amount of knowledge, of insight, and a message that I think can contribute so much to the good and welfare, the benefit of and the earnings of our Account Executives’. And, ultimately, as a result of that, Bob Marshall became our Regional manager on the West Coast. And what a record he achieved for himself. He almost became a ‘cult’ figure, not only on the West Coast, but as people around the country heard of him–of what he had to contribute. They asked him in groups and forums such as this, they asked him: Would he work with their groups?–would he come to their offices?–would he come to their region?–would he speak at their regional meetings?–and so forth. And Bob carved a special niche for himself in not only the culture of this company, but in the culture of this industry and the human dynamics that make it what it is. He is rare. He is unique. He is different. And for each one of you in this group, who has not heard him, today will be a memorable day you will never forget.”
“Mr. Bob Marshall”