High quality CEO search partners in Denver? Your level of outreach will largely depend on how far along a candidate was in the recruiting process. If they only made it through a phone screen or the very beginning of your hiring process, you should till reach out to them, but keep it brief. Candidates with whom you’ve developed a rapport, or even extended an offer to however, will require a greater level of attention, like a personal phone call.
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.
Spectrum Search Partners, LLC is a retained executive search firm that solves the Executive and Functional leadership needs of the Private Equity community and their portfolio companies on a national basis. We are best known for our ability to persuade hands-on A players to step forward and become candidates. Spectrum adds significant value by uniformly and objectively evaluating this talent against a customized Spectrum Scorecard to determine the strongest and most impactful hire. Our unique Scorecard approach has enabled us to fill 100% of our assignments, and build very loyal Client relationships. See extra info on executive recruitment partners.
Each of the candidates we present to our Clients have the ability to be impactful, strong builders of high performing teams, and true business partners to CEO’s and their Board of Directors. Over 80% of the CEO’s we’ve placed and have gone through our process have hired us to build out their teams in the areas of Accounting, E-Commerce, Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing, Operations, Product Development, and Sales.
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.
Tom co-founded Spectrum Search Partners with Kevin Hahn in 2009. He leads the firm’s business development efforts, manages search assignments, and owns responsibility for several of its clients. He has spent the past 15 years in the human capital business, partnering with Kevin at two executive search firms (DHR International and Tri Worth Solutions), and serving as Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for FASTAFF, a leading travel nursing firm, whom he helped sell to private equity. His passion for helping small and middle market-sized companies grow and maximize their potential with exceptional talent is a big reason why Spectrum was started. Find even more info at here.