Professional CEO search partners in Denver, Colorado? While navigating our new normal, you and your company will invariably want to explore new strategies to support your hiring process. We’ve pulled together a list of a few of our favorite out-of-the-box recruiting tactics. Focus on Content Creation- during this time, you may find yourself with a more flexible schedule. Commit to creating as much original content as you can, and share, share, share it! Focusing on content about recruiting and hiring, interview tips, and related topics will be especially effective.
But it can be difficult for leaders to decide what to prioritize, even in the short term. In my discussions with leaders of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) I’ve heard firsthand how they are facing a variety of new challenges from inventory and supply chain shortfalls to employee capacity, facility remediation, and PPE for employees. The following “Priorities Playbook” shares ways SMBs are successfully managing toward new, shorter-term goals by focusing on four key priorities.
Leveraging more than 85 years combined executive search industry experience, Spectrum’s team has collectively made 1,350 placements. The majority of the work we do stems from 6 core verticals, though we are also proficient at working within industries that are either outside these core areas, emerging, or new to Private Equity. Regardless of the level of difficulty, we are built to adapt, execute, and perform at “Private Equity speed.” This resourcefulness has endeared us to Private Equity firms seeking to align with one go-to partner who truly understands their diverse needs. Read extra details on retained executive search Denver.
Three critical steps define the core of Spectrum’s search process. Technology has leveled the playing field within the Executive Search Industry. “The Rolodex era” is a thing of the past. Our sophisticated research strategies expand the universe of addressable talent, beyond traditional databases. Spectrum customizes unique value propositions for each client, maximizing our ability to persuade proven performers. Utilizing our Spectrum Scorecard allows us to expertly evaluate and measure all candidates against your specified needs, as each assignment has different requirements and priorities. This process is designed to optimize your time.
Project which functions will no longer be needed and which will have to be adjusted, as well as what new functions will arise in this new economic climate. Assess how current staff can be retained and retrained in this new structure. Determine what openings exist after evaluating the current state of staff and functions. Factor in business continuity and redundancy needs when assessing workflows and staffing needs. Look for candidates who have worked successfully in virtual environments. All other qualifications being equal, the candidate who has worked in a remote capacity could assimilate faster. Look for candidates who are familiar with multiple virtual business platforms, such as Microsoft Teams, Slack, Zoom, Asana, Trello, proprietary VPNs, and CRMs of all kinds.
Heather joined Spectrum in 2009. She has worked in executive search for 20 years and has partnered with Spectrum’s CEO, Kevin Hahn, for much of that time. Heather has played a pivotal role in developing Spectrum’s private equity-centric candidate identification and acquisition capabilities, as well as both supporting and leading executive C-level and functional leadership searches. She has worked extensively in each of the 6 primary verticals that Spectrum supports as well as others, including direct marketing, education (for profit and on-line providers), and hospitality sectors. Heather has successfully completed hundreds of searches over the course of her career. Her depth and versatility have enabled Spectrum to execute on its strategy to be a single source provider to its PE clients. See more info at http://www.spectrumsearchpartners.com/.