Finding Talent to Launch a New Division

April 12th, 2010

How one agency found more than they hoped for
when searching for executive talent.

Senior executives have an enormous impact on your agency’s profitability. In order to find a leader with special talent to drive your company’s growth, you might have to look beyond your own network.

Challenge:
Phillips & Cohen Associates was launching a new international division and needed to find someone to manage the startup — everything from site selection to running the new office. The role required a combination of specialized skills that were difficult to find. The new division was not public knowledge, so they needed to keep the opening confidential.

Solution:
Our executive staffing partner, Executive Alliance, was called upon to conduct a search. They are the industry’s leading search firm — with hundreds of successful placements conducted in the industry.

Using their industry connections, Executive Alliance quickly and quietly developed a short list of candidates. Not only did they find an excellent candidate for the position, but during the interview process, they identified a second candidate who was perfect for heading up Phillips & Cohen’s new West Coast operations center.

In short order, Phillips & Cohen wanted — and found — two talented executives who lived up to their best-in-class standards and are well qualified for leading the company into a new phase of growth.

What can we do for you?

Contact Mike Ginsberg,  at 240-499-3800 or by email to discuss your interests in confidence.

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