Working with a headhunter can take your process to the next level, both for hiring new talent or for looking for your next career opportunity. However, there are some unspoken rules that many people are not aware of – rules that can maximize the success of the relationship and ensure a smooth process in which all parties win.
In this presentation, Patrick Ropella makes those unspoken rules spoken rules for the benefit of all. A company that is willing to pay for a headhunter is a company that takes hiring seriously, and they understand the need to make the right hire and find the right fit. This presentation informs them about how to get the most out of working with a professional search consultant. Likewise, professionals looking to further their career will gain valuable insights about the unique processes used by professional recruiters and how to properly put those processes to work for them.
Patrick Ropella of the Ropella Group has a global perspective and extensive experience with Executive Search and Talent Management, covering sourcing, marketing to, assessing, recruiting, on-boarding, retaining, training and transforming top talent. For over 25 years, he has worked across all roles and functions, cascading from the top levels of Board and C-suite management to also placing apprentices coming straight out of college. He started in recruiting by placing candidates in the chemical industry; over the years, he has placed hundreds of chemists and chemical engineers in...
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