After a CEO executive search, both members of the board and fellow leadership executives must understand that the CEO, although highly capable and qualified, will not thrive as effectively without transitional support.
3 examples of common issues that arise with new CEOs within the first 18 months...
The CFO holds a key leadership role in an organization, one that often requires wearing a number of strategic and
operational hats. Ultimately they are the trusted business advisor to the CEO and the Board of Directors, providing
them an objective view of the financial performance of the business, w...
The close working relationship of the COO & CEO brings forth challenges to ensure a positive and productive alliance. Getting the right fit and configuration between the two can be a very complex and difficult challenge. Their skill sets should compliment each other and increase the capabilities and...
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It is so easy to get lost in the business, to the point where working on the business is sacrificed. Our experience with Keynote allowed us to achieve our goals without sacrifice. Their professionalism, knowledge and understanding of the market combined with the time taken to understand our objectives, made our expansion seamless. Their process took all of the guess work out of our hands which gave us the ability to move forward efficiently and effortlessly.”
I was lucky enough to work with the Keynote team on several occasions. I appreciate the work they do and do very well. They find hundreds of potential candidates that can do the job, present the top candidates that they have thoroughly evaluated to fit within our company, and help to onboard and ensure their long-term success. I would strongly recommend using them to find the best person that will succeed.
Keynote took a keen interest in all facets of our organization to ensure they had a grasp on how a potential candidate could provide executive leadership, value and fit within our culture. They went above and beyond to market the opportunity to a targeted group of individuals that they had screened in-depth to ensure that an extremely impressive short-list of candidates was presented for review by the Board’s Executive Search Committee.