What We Do
We are fortunate to work with a broad cross section of client organizations. As generalists, we have access to the largest possible universe of candidates, which means the widest choice of candidates for your organization.
Our years in the executive search business have allowed us to build an established network of key contacts across the country. We are just a phone call away from major players appropriate to your search.
Another networking and resource tool we utilize in our search for your perfect candidate is our Candidate Activity Index™ – a continuously updated comprehensive database of executives we track with exemplary credentials and successful business backgrounds.
Our success stems from more than just experience. It comes from building strong, lasting relationships with each of our clients. In fact, the bulk of our workload is repeat business, for two very simple reasons:
PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS…OUTSTANDING RESULTS
We take the time to get to know our clients, their organizations and unique cultures, so we’re better equipped to produce successful candidates who can quickly adapt and begin making a positive contribution to your organization.
Recruiting diverse leaders has been embedded in our practice since its inception in 1992. It’s our philosophy, a focus of our search work, and an organic result of our relationships. As an equal opportunity consulting firm, we seek to demonstrate that our clients foster intentional and compassionate environments where each person can be his/her most authentic self, and valued. DEI leads our efforts to provide opportunity for applicants to become part of equitable, welcoming, and supportive environments where they can thrive. We are committed to attracting and recruiting diverse candidate pools, ensuring equitable representation and opportunity for all. We have a strong track record of diverse and/or protected class candidates where over 78% of our preliminary candidates are diverse. We are keenly aware of and strive in every search to cultivate the participation of under-represented groups.