“I work for a company or organization that hires full-time employees.”
Does your organization fill all its jobs in less than an hour? If not, now is the time to make Zero-to-FillSM your standard.
Having the talent you need, when you need it, requires more than just an intention to hire ahead. Being able to hire in an instant requires a systematic change in how hiring is done.
Some leaders hope to figure this out on their own, engaging in trial-and-error methods. But if hiring faster were easy, this issue would have been resolved long ago.
An immediate need for better hiring requires an immediate solution, which is why companies hire me to implement High Velocity HiringSM.
Instead of months or years of experimentation, my services speed solutions that have an immediate impact as open seats get filled and stay filled.
How It Works
I often hear from:
- Business leaders in companies of all sizes.
- Talent acquisition leaders in large organizations.
- Senior HR leaders in mid-market firms.
- Owners or presidents of small companies.
They come from a wide variety of industries, such as manufacturing, technology, aerospace, banking, retail, insurance, and hospitality. Sometimes, their business is concentrated in a small area of their country. In other situations, they are doing work across borders with office locations in a number of global cities.
All of these leaders call because they have decided they want a better result from their hiring efforts. They are tired of the status quo, wary of waiting for talent, and ready for something different.
What We Discuss
The first conversation typically takes 30 to 45 minutes. During that time, I ask questions to help me understand the company, the current circumstances, and overall objectives. I then share details about my firm and expertise, and how I can help (and where I cannot be of help).
At the end of the first call, it is common to schedule a second conversation. In this second meeting, we dive into greater detail about the objectives, discuss risks, and any other parameters that have an impact on the engagement.
If we agree that working together is mutually beneficial, I create a proposal that outlines options for an engagement, clear accountabilities, and the fixed fee for the work to be done.
If you are ready to discuss how we can work together, use the Contact Us link or call me at 866-789-6757 in the United States or +1 727 502 9182 from anywhere else in the world.
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