Here's why high-performance executives are at a premium right now... and for the foreseeable future.
OTTAWA TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE • SUMMER/FALL2007 - By David Perry, Ken Suddaby and Ron Wiens (Article originally appeared in OTTAWA TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE • SUMMER/FALL2007) They used to say there were just two types of people in the Old West – the Quick and the Dead. The Quick knew that it
David delivering a Hiring Greatness: Lead Dominate Prosper presentation at the Great People Inside, New World of Work Conference in Braslov Romania - October 2016. Click on the screen above to watch and listen to the Hiring Greatness presentation. Transcript for the first minute: What is an employee worth? I
'How to Work Effectively with an Executive Search Firm' - Ottawa Human Resources Professional Association magazine, November 2007 By David Perry ( this article originally appeared in HR Professional Magazine - November 2007) Partnering with an executive search firm has become increasingly common over the past ten
It’s not easy for a company to improve performance and culture with a single, solitary action. Hiring the right executive, however, can be that game changer. So says David Perry, who with Mark Haluska wrote “Hiring Greatness: How to Recruit Your Dream Team and Crush the Competition.” Perry, a longtime
While re-reading Simon Sinek's book "Why" I was reminded of just how often being able to articulate a client's 'Why' has made the difference between success or failure when recruiting senior executives into a new opportunity. This is also true when it comes to hiring an entire team of non-executives.
11 Smart Tips for Hiring the Best Candidates (That Most Firms Won't Tell You) for Hiring Greatness "Rogue Recruiter" David. E. Perry shares inside information on how to hire the best. By Minda Zetlin for Inc. Hiring is never easy. Hiring for a key executive position is one of the most
Need to build a high performance 'team' efficiently? Take a look at two novel hiring methods - the acqui-hire and the lift-out. Familiarize you with the pros and cons of both the acqui-hire and the lift-out before crafting your next talent acquisition plan..
Executive recruiting: Every investment must be measured by the return produced. Too often business owners view the acquisition of staff as a simple process of expansion. But the acquisition of key players is an investment like any other, one which should have a demonstrative Return On Investment which clearly justified the effort and cost involved.
This article originally appeared online in Human Resources IQ. More than ever in our history, huge value is being leveraged from smart ideas—and the winning technology and business models they create. The people who can deliver on them are becoming invaluable, and the methods of employing and managing them are
After all the effort and expense an organization goes through to acquire and develop top talent, how do you ensure your Key Performers remain for the long run -- that they don't get raided or head for greener pastures? At Perry-Martel, we've learned what it takes to keep A-Players by talking to them. We've identified ten essential keys derived from three fundamental management principles: Challenge; Communication; and Compensation. Originally published in Human Resources IQ
Perry-Martel International is a retained executive search firm working to serve its clients through specific, and specifically-accountable, projects. We have several distinctive qualities which we bring into play for our clients to provide Extraordinary Executive Search: 1. One-Year Guarantee -- Recruiting key executive talent can be a difficult, time-consuming, frustrating
Here are the Top 10 reasons to use the executive search professionals from Perry-Martel International for your next leadership assignment. 10. You Deserve a Performance Based Approach to Executive Recruiting For years the recruiting industry has failed to focus on clients and has offered limited choices. Little has changed in
As an extreme example, entertainer David Bowie floated a personal bond issue recently. He offered investors a portion of his future royalties from previously recorded material and receipts from future concerts. The “Bowie Bonds” were gone within an hour of the offer, for more than $50-million. In an even more
You can't go to University to study Executive Search. Until that day comes and without a certification requirement, the standards of practice and code of conduct are only what any one individual firm deems them to be.
[Originally published in Silicon Valley North ~ 2000] Mel Gibson’s movie, The Patriot, featured one of the unsung heroes of the American revolutionary war, Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben. The Baron, a Prussian military leader, was recruited by George Washington to be the drillmaster of the continental army. Facing a well-trained