Questions You Must Ask Before You Hire A Firm to Assist With Your Executive Search
If you are going to put your executive career search in the hands of a consulting firm, your senior consultant/advisor and or project manager should possess a minimum of ten years experience working directly with senior executives in an effort to assist with completing a successful executive career search or career change.
- The person who introduces you to a firm is a sales person. They may have other titles, but they are in fact sales professionals and they usually do not have any role in your search process; be sure to ask.
- Request to speak with the individual(s) who will actually be fore fronting your search endeavor and responsible for project managing your campaign.
- There are many transients in this profession who may publicize their backgrounds and successes in corporate America, but how long and how many senior executives they have assisted in a successful executive career search is usually not revealed. Be sure to ask about their specific tenure and experiences in the career management/executive marketing or career consulting business.
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