A friend of mine who writes an excellent financial newsletter always signs off with a quote from Warren Buffet: Price is what you pay. Value is what you get”. Tony Tiberius came to mind as I read a recent article published by HuntScanlon, a North American publisher in the executive search and leadership niche. The article […]
Just as new positions such as the CTO have become strategic essentials, so will the recruiting partnership become a must-have in developing the next generation of business leaders.
Our latest study – Where is Your Business Heading? – identifies three current impacts on global trends. The first is the new, ever-faster pace of business .
A couple of posts back under the title “Get it Right the First time”, we looked at the advantages offered by a Retained Executive Search firm.
The world has become less friendly to recruiters in recent months. Surveys have singled out many and growing challenges facing those who search to find top talent in virtually any field. Allegis Group, a $2B giant in the field, put it in memorable terms a few days ago in the new 2018 Global Workforce Trends […]
Does it matter if the new CEO is a man or a woman? Not to the people who put her there. And in most high-level searches that would include the recruiting firm. Executive search companies, particularly those known as retained search firms, earn their fees by finding the best candidate available. Not the best man, […]
Before making the job description for a a new executive search, ask yourself this: “In one year’s time, what will this person have delivered to move your business forward and accomplish your plan?”
The executive search and leadership consulting profession continues to grow both in revenues and number of searches, according to the Q3 report from the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC).
Clients are relying on your skills as an executive recruiter. What happens when you pick the wrong candidate?