At InterSearch Worldwide we want to learn more about how your organization managed international recruiting in 2021, and what are your goals for next year.
Organizations worldwide shifted their international recruiting strategies to adapt to the current hiring landscape. As we look at how organizations plan to invest abroad and hire key candidates in 2022, we want to know: how are you managing international recruiting and attracting global talent in this competitive market? Click here and contribute to our data collection.
Andrew has been active in executive search and recruitment, including C-suite and executive leadership roles for 24 years across the banking & financial services, IT, digital, and health sectors.
He co-founded and co-led a highly successful firm for 18 years which established a network of client relationships serviced from offices in Melbourne, Sydney, and Singapore.
Andrew’s strength is to quickly build an understanding of his client’s business and its customers. He focusses on the related adaptive leadership capabilities required of an incoming leader in terms of adapting to customer’s expectations, evolving ways of working, maximising technology levers, and human performance & cultural considerations. This is all in the context of the strategic, operational, and regulatory considerations of his clients.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Commerce and is a Certified Level 1 Organisational Coach.
In this series, created by our Global Diversity & Inclusions expertise group we would like to introduce you to a Playbook of aspects about how we can improve our policies to be more open to diversity, how to remove unconscious bias and be more inclusive.
Executive search firms’ role is to source the right top level candidate for executive or other specialized roles on behalf of the client company. The experts of the industry use a more proactive approach of sourcing top talents than traditional methods. If you are reading this article, you will find out which are the advantages of passing through an executive search process and how can you get discovered by executive recruiters more easily.
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