“I can’t wait until things get back to normal.” “How are you adjusting to the new normal?” I hear these phrases all the time, so I stopped to ask myself, why be normal? Many times, in business normal equals status quo; the way we’ve always done things. But smart companies are asking if that is […]
2020. Challenging. Unprecedented. Disruptive. A year that also has allowed us to hit the pause button both personally and professionally. To reevaluate. To plan. How will we move forward? What will the future look like? Who will take us there? These questions are important when formulating a business plan to lead your company, your division or your […]
Hiring an executive is expensive. But the leadership impact of C-suite positions will make or break a company’s success. That’s why finding, interviewing, and hiring the right top-level candidate—the first time—is so important. Over my 14 years as an executive recruiter and business owner, I’ve had my share of wins, and my share of slip-ups. […]
As we turn the page on 2018 and begin the new year, I was reflecting over the Christmas holiday how seemingly fast time marches forward despite my best effort to stay on top of everything life has to offer.
Executive Search is a relationship business. Our job as retained search consultants is to bring people together…to be a matchmaker bringing qualified talent to the outstanding clients we have the privilege to serve.
Last month I wrote about the Top 5 Pitfalls That Are Killing Your Job Search. Continuing the “Top 5” theme, this month I wanted to shift the focus to a problem we’ve seen a lot of over the years with various companies.
Cornerstone – Kansas City offers education to business leaders on the benefits of utilizing an executive search firm in the recruiting and hiring process for key leadership positions.
Cornerstone Kansas City provides insights to help business leaders decide if they should outsource hiring of a key position to an executive search recruiter, and if so, is it best to use a Retained or Contingency firm?
If The Devil Can’t Make You Bad, He’ll Make You Busy I heard this quote a few years back and it’s resonated with me since as busyness on non-important stuff has proven to throw me off track many times.
July 20th marks the anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 landing on the moon followed by Neil Armstrong’s famous quote: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”