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Own the Quality – Part 1

4 April, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
A recruitment process that consistently delivers exceptional results is not cheap. Corporations who cut corners in acquiring talent, focusing on process to save money in the name of efficiency more than the success of the new employee, will almost certainly have more significant, disruptive recruiting failures and higher turnover.  In the end, these companies almost […] Read more»

6 Key Questions to Ask Your Search Firm: Part 2 – Find Out How the Process Works

20 March, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
You need to find a successful leader for your organization, and that process begins with identifying a competent and trustworthy executive search firm. In my last post, you learned what you should demand from a search firm in terms of candidate screening and tenure and performance guarantees. In the second half of this two-part series, […] Read more»

6 Key Questions to Ask Your Search Firm: Part 1 – Candidate Guarantee, Replacement Policies, and Screening Methods

16 March, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
A key executive retires, quits or is fired. You need a replacement, but how do you find that exceptional leader who is the perfect fit for the job? There’s a lot riding on hiring the right person, and getting it wrong costs your organization both time and money. To mitigate these risks, boards of directors […] Read more»