Global non-profit transforms supporter engagement with A+ marketing leader

Global non-profit transforms supporter engagement with A+ marketing leader

The Challenge:

Our client relies heavily on supporters for their time as volunteers and for financial giving in order to serve communities during times of crisis and natural disasters. The support network growth and engagement is limited.  The method to attract and engage supporters are dated. The existing staff lacks experience with modern day marketing tools and tactics, thus limiting the ability to make the changes necessarily to swing the pendulum. The executive leadership recognized the need to add a thought leader with a corporate background in order to ....

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Global manufacturing firm enhances talent acquisition capabilities; dramatically reduces cost

Global manufacturing firm enhances talent acquisition capabilities; dramatically reduces cost

The Challenge:

In the midst of significant business transformation, attracting top talent for our client has never been more important. For the C-suite, securing the right talent is a priority.  With a lean corporate Human Resources team in place, obtaining a scalable recruitment solution which would achieve hiring objectives in a timely and cost effective manner was critical.  With limited talent acquisition expertise and no applicant tracking system (ATS) in place, the client lacked best in class processes, sourcing mechanisms and technologies.  As a result, the capability to effectively measure recruitment performance was also nonexistent. 

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Global manufacturing firm hires VP of R&D at fee 62% lower than predecessor

Global manufacturing firm hires VP of R&D at fee 62% lower than predecessor

The Challenge:

Our client had hired a VP of Research and Development 18 months earlier through a relationship with one of the top global retained search firms.  The individual proved to be a poor cultural fit, resulting in a general lack of collaboration and progress within the R&D, Science and Engineering groups.  Ultimately, the client lost market share due to the lack of ability to innovate and launch new products.   The client had a referral whom they wanted to evaluate against the marketplace.  Doing so at traditional fees of 33% or more created some discomfort within the executive leadership team. 

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