Rock Star Recruiting: Only For Organizations That Want to Do it Correctly the First Time
Executive Recruiting Cheat Sheet
This cheat sheet is must know information if you want to be a Rock Star Recruiter and consistently hire Tier-1 Executive Talent no matter the market.
- Hiring a new leader can make or break your company.
- The candidates you’re looking to hire aren’t looking for you. They already have jobs—almost certainly, good jobs.
- To find the best talent available, and not just the best talent looking for work, you need to look at executive search differently.
- A prospect’s fit with your company culture is just as important as what’s on their CV.
- A good executive search isn’t just about the hire, but also the long-term value it brings to an organization.
- Having the right people in the right roles—and following the right processes—can mean the difference between success and failure in an executive search.
- The ultimate hiring authority—typically, the CEO—shouldn’t actually be leading the search.
- Forming a balanced search committee, and appointing a search chair, is critical to your overall success.
- To engage and extract maximum value from an executive search firm, you need to know what types of searches to avoid – and why.
- Most large-scale executive search firms don’t actually have the extensive reach you might think.
- Before you can hire well, you need to “know thyself” and what you want and need as an organization.
- You can’t give proper guidance to an executive search firm until you truly understand your business.
So how did you do? Are you a Rock Star when it comes to recruiting? Inquiring minds want to know…
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