Right Person - Right Seat
For focused organizations that value smooth transitions and continued growth, we fulfill a vital role in matching and developing critical organizational roles at all levels of an organization. We’ll work with you to identify your team’s dynamic strengths and needs, define the role you need to fill, and help you make a smarter selection based on applicant’s instinctive strengths. There may be many applicants who are competent for the role, but very few who will create the right chemistry as well.
Why Get Consulting for Hiring?
A great hire – the right person in the right seat – can catapult a team forward to success like rocket fuel. Likewise, a bad hire can damage productivity, financial returns and trust for months or even years.
Our team has nearly 30 years’ experience in helping organizations navigate these sensitive times of transition with a proven process that ensures an organizational and team fit far before you get to Day 1. This makes for a smoother transition at less cost and increased employee retention.
Right Person – Right Seat Services
Whether it’s a key player on a growing project team, a new executive position or a CEO transition, we can help you fill the role:
- Board member, Executive and C-suite Consulting
- Talent screening and matching
- RightFit™ diagnostics for potential hires
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