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At KMR Executive Search we know that building great cultures involves many moving parts and a diversity of talents.  We’ve collected some informative articles from trusted sources, including some of our Strategic Partners to help you build your dream team and perhaps answer some questions you may have.

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Executive Search

13 Rules for Getting the Most Out of Your Executive Search Firm

Top candidates often have the upper hand in today’s job market. Recruiters and their clients, therefore, must be in tune with one another to land the best prospects. TalentRISE offers 13 rules for getting the most out of your executive search firm.
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Executive Search

5 Reasons to RETAIN Executive Search.

Retaining an executive search function will likely cost, at a minimum, £60,000.  The higher up the executive food-chain that the hire is, the more it will cost.

C-Suite hires can cost hundreds of thousands of pounds but, for many companies, the financial impact of leaving a position unfilled can greatly outweigh investing in exec search services.
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Executive Search

7 Ways to Evaluate Your Executive Search Firm

Executive search firms are everywhere. So, how to choose among them? One recruitment provider offers up seven questions to ask when selecting a search firm, while several others weigh in. Let’s see what they all have to say.
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Leadership Development

Perception is reality.

Ponder this statement for a moment. The implications are truly startling. While this statement may have been borne out of our polarized political discourse and seem stark and extreme, it is nonetheless meaningful and instructive for C-suite executives or anyone aspiring to be there!
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Goals

One of the better definitions of success that I’ve come across is “the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal”. I first heard that particular definition in a recording of Earl Nightingale, a famous speaker and educator. According to this way of thinking, success has at least something to do with progress.
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Embracing Change

While it’s important we learn not to fear change but instead embrace it enthusiastically; it is perhaps even more important that we encourage and drive it. That keeps us in a healthy state of change readiness.
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