Cornerstone Kansas City, a local Talent Management firm, provides insight for business leaders on recruiting executives and why utilizing an executive search firm provides a better return on investment than hiring through an internal or other external resources.
Retained Executive Search
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?
Kansas City’s leading Executive Search and Talent Management firm, Cornerstone Kansas City provides insights to help company leaders decide if they should outsource the hiring of a new executive and to what type of recruiting firm.
Cornerstone-Kansas City, local Retained Executive Recruiting Firm describes our trusted and proven process of how we build quality long-term connections between the candidate and the employer, our clients.
Kansas City – January 26, 2017 – A recent Gallup poll shows 50% of Americans think this is the best time of all to find a quality job – only days after the inauguration that ended one of the most bitter presidential elections. It is the most optimistic result in 15 years of polling.
“HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU MAKE?” If I was asked that question, I would probably respond with, “As much as I can but not nearly what I’m worth!” That answer would address my income as well as my value (with a little side-eye to my ego, of course!)
I’ve been in the recruiting business for 30 years and in Executive Search, with Cornerstone Kansas City, for 16 of those years. (Yes, I started working when I was five. ? In the last 18 years, I’ve seen many changes, both personally and professionally.
Cabbage. Dinero. Cash. Coin. Change. Dead Presidents. Moooolah. Money. It’s the currency we use many times to measure value, worth, contribution, and success in business and our personal lives.
In today’s age of instant access to all types of information both public and private, I’m always surprised by the number of people who make the decision to embellish, delete, create, and fabricate information on their resumes.
As a professional recruiter, people ask me all the time how the job market is. We constantly hear things like tight, flat, robust, competitive, etc., but make no mistake, there’s a war for talent going on that requires much more than a single word can convey.
As a professional executive recruiter, I find myself having the “job change” conversation often with candidates we are recruiting for a new executive leadership role.
Like most everyone on Monday afternoon, October 12th, including an over-exuberant Texas Governor, I thought the Royals were sunk during Game 4 of the American League Division Championship.