Ask me anything about Executive Search / Recruitment
Happy to answer any questions about this industry.
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I would correlate your question to emotional intelligence. It is important in general. At the executive levels, most meet baseline threshold otherwise they would not be an "executive".
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The top firms identify executives that are right for the role via their network (i.e., database with knowledge captured by colleagues around world). There are no job postings. Those potential candidates are reached out to and convinced to consider the opportunity - which is typically a step up for them based various factors (e.g., money, location, title, topic, company brand, etc.).Chickennbeans wrote: ↑Nov 8th, 2017 1:11 pmIs there a difference in the screening and recruitment process when an executive search firm is engaged vs typical in-house hr or is it a qualitative enhancement (ie more rigorous checks, more insightful feedback, more hands on/recommend candidates vs administrative)?
When companies use an executive search firm vs in-house HR for non-private companies/government/crown agencies, is there often more flexibility in compensation?