Executive Recruitment

We are invested in our clients and have built a recruitment model tied to your long-term success. Our goal is to build a partnership, beginning with developing an in-depth understanding of your business strategy and the talent required to achieve desired results.

Needs Assessment

  • Conduct needs assessment and align on a candidate profile
  • Discuss search strategy, process, and timeline
  • Develop position description outlining key responsibilities, capabilities, and qualifications


  • Identify target organizations and build a list of prospective candidates
  • Engage industry and functional leaders to recruit and source qualified prospects
  • Identify, engage and screen a diverse slate of qualified candidates aligned to target profiles

Candidate Review

  • Prepare and review candidate reports
  • Review demographics and discuss market feedback
  • Develop a short list of qualified, diverse candidates


  • Conduct first round interviews and narrow list of candidates
  • Conduct second round interviews and select finalists
  • Gather and present in-depth 360 degree referencing
  • Identify successful candidate


  • Partner with hiring manager to prepare and deliver offer recommendation
  • Facilitate compensation negotiations
  • Stay in regular communication with candidate and client through final stages of the search
  • Assist with background checks and provide signed offer letter

Paul Hartwick

Vice President, Corporate Communications Navient

“Brian is the consummate professional and exactly the type of recruiter you want to work with because he roots all of his work in the needs of the business. He took the time to understand my business needs, the current situation and the type of individuals I needed in the team. He looked for candidates in unexpected places and delivered a solid candidate slate for every role I needed to fill. He worked well with those candidates, ensuring the process was smooth for both sides. I’d highly recommend him and would love to work with him again.”