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THE CHALLENGES
YOU FACE

As a CIO, business leader, or executive, you face a host of challenges when it comes to hiring. For example:
  • Trouble attracting candidates due to compensation constraints.
  • Losing good candidates to competition resulting from lengthy hiring processes.
  • It’s difficult to get a sense of the real talent out there due to limited candidate channels.
  • You retain weak performers for fear you won’t be able to replace them. (It’s called being held over a barrel, and it’s not how you create a terrific future for yourself.)
  • Your employer brand likely suffers when the same old candidates are subjected to a barrage of rookie recruiter calls promoting your company three times in a day, creating confusion and indifference towards your company. You may end up looking “desperate”.
  • Poor employee retention means more training, knowledge loss, greater costs, lack of productivity and reduced morale. It’s a bad cycle.
The Salesforce Recruiter, Founder and President of Endeavor Staffing.

If you deal with these problems regularly (or constantly), you’re far from alone. In fact, in the minds of many, these are just the unavoidable downsides of a leadership position.

But you can avoid them, and I can help.

Every day, I put my years of high performance recruitment experience to work for my clients, giving them the edge necessary for building full strength teams, successful careers and peace of mind. It never gets old seeing the real-world results of great hiring.

If you deal with these problems regularly (or constantly), you’re far from alone. In fact, in the minds of a lot of business leaders, these are just the unavoidable downsides of a leadership position. But you can avoid them, and I can help.

Every day, I put my years of high performance recruitment experience to work for my clients, giving them the edge necessary for building full strength teams, successful careers and peace of mind. It never gets old seeing the real-world results of great hiring.

My clients tell me they:

  • Sleep better
  • Spend more time with their families,
  • Have the bandwidth to improve the business or division they’re in, not just keep it afloat, and
  • See improved employee morale (including theirs).

For a hiring manager, improving the hiring process means improving life.

If you’d like to find out more about my strategies, let’s set a time to catch up. I’m always willing to chat, and if I can, help. The reality is, I’m not a fit for everyone, and that’s ok. I work to ensure that everyone I speak with is at least a little more prepared for hiring success than they would have been if we never spoke.