Category: Executive Search

What is Transformational Talent?

Written by Matt Schwartz on October 13, 2015
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Transformational TalentTM Defined Transformational Talent might be one of those buzzwords you hear across executive search firms; but unlike other fads, it’s not going to fade from relevance. Successful businesses stay industry leaders by being the best…committing themselves to innovation, offering […]

5 Tips For Recruiting The "Crème De La Crop”

Written by Matt Schwartz on May 29, 2013
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Finding the best employee to fill a role is crucial in any organization, but it is especially critical when recruiting for top positions. When hiring C-Level candidates, the cost of a bad hire can be more than a monetary setback; […]

Tips from Behind The Desk: Interviews

Written by Matt Schwartz on April 3, 2013
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Interviewing can be an arduous task for many, and to some, the interview is simply a conversation. The goal of the interview should be to get the candidate tell you their career story, especially when hiring for executive positions. When […]

Going Beyond LinkedIn

Written by Matt Schwartz on March 27, 2013
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It is no secret that recruiters rely heavily on LinkedIn’s database that consists of over 200 million members. Although recruiters pay a premium for LinkedIn membership, one cannot rest on their laurels and rely solely on LinkedIn. Going beyond LinkedIn […]

The Truth About LinkedIn Endorsements

Written by Matt Schwartz on April 10, 2013
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What does a LinkedIn endorsement really say about you? Nothing. Due to the lack of credibility, endorsements have garnered a pejorative connotation. With fairness to LinkedIn, it was a valiant effort to boost the little interaction that occurs between connections, […]

Can Your Executive Search Firm Handle Your Position?

Written by Matt Schwartz on July 16, 2012
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When interviewing and evaluating retained executive search firms for a senior-level role in your organization, let intuition be your guide. Start with the questions. Even before being hired, the initial questions that a search firms asks—about your company culture, your […]

Putting a Positive Spin on Executive Search

Written by Matt Schwartz on August 17, 2012
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We’ll just come out and say it: Executive Search Recruiters share a reputation as a shifty lot. They can be perceived—by clients and candidates—as overly aggressive, overly persistent, imprecise, inaccurate…and expensive. But this mindset is taxing…especially if you have a […]

Is The Art of Courtship Dead?

Written by Matt Schwartz on May 14, 2012
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Acquiring senior-level recruits might feel like a transaction: you pinpoint a candidate, make an offer, negotiate the deal, and close. If so, it’s a transaction on the most human possible level. For that reason, you’ve got to create comfort—or risk […]

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