HealthSearch achieves consistent results by offering a progressive set of
Executive HealthSearch interviews an organization’s key
individuals to develop a comprehensive understanding of its mission,
operations, marketplace, culture and outlook.
We seek a keen insight into the organization’s requirements for
What are the position responsibilities, objectives and
qualifications for successful candidates?
Executive HealthSearch develops detailed position specifications
and criteria for each opportunity.
Executive HealthSearch marshals a broad set of information—search
criteria, position responsibilities, prerequisite qualifications—and
matches it against its extensive network of candidates.
Narrowing down the candidate pool requires
exhaustive interviewing on the part of Executive HealthSearch. We
have a three tier screening process which starts with the initial
Recruiter then the appointed Account Manager who will conduct a further
phone screening and if appropriate will forward the candidate to the
Search Principal who will then do an in-person interview. We will only
then submit a slate of the most qualified candidates. With
an eye on results, we maintain close contact with the client at all times
to ensure the most appropriate candidate is selected.
Executive HealthSearch presents only candidates whose skill sets
and qualifications most closely match the requirements for the position.
Presentation is preceded by written and oral reports assessing a
negotiation and reference checking.
Often the most delicate component of the
executive-search process is contract negotiation. Clients rely on
Executive HealthSearch for its lengthy track record of diplomacy and
discretion in navigating the crosscurrents regarding offers,
counteroffers, and mutually agreeable terms. Our extensive
experience in health care human resources management enables us to assist
clients in designing innovative, highly competitive compensation packages,
structuring positions, and determining market pricing. In addition
we check references thoroughly and do a background check, for in every
candidate recommendation our firm stakes its fiercely guarded reputation
Transition. Executive HealthSearch remains an integral part of the human resources management process, even after candidate selection and hiring begin. In hundreds of instances, our counseling and support have smoothed out the transition process to the satisfaction of client and candidate alike.
Beyond these services, we offer optional credentialing services for our clients. Personalized candidate profiles are also available. With the aid of in depth occupational personality questionnaires, Executive HealthSearch gauges candidates according to emotional intelligence, management style and behavior, and deftness and adaptability in working as a member of a team.
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Executive HealthSearch offers services for the identification, assessment and development of talent management based on behavioral job profiling and interviewing. We have developed a unique and proven competency-based approach that improves your chances of picking the right candidates for continued innovation and productivity.
Our approach delivers a tremendous impact on retention levels of talent and improved business results. Our behavioral selection processes will improve your chances of selecting the best candidate up to five times over traditional methods. We offer integrated services in the following areas:
Assisting organizational management in the process of clearly articulating a vision and their values in behavioral terms.
Defining management and leadership behaviors for the development of custom designed behavioral job profiles, or for the refinement of existing job profiles.
Behavioral-based recruitment interviews. These interviews rely on questions designed to discover the candidate’s actual on-the-job behaviors as compared to the effective behaviors for a specific position. Behavioral-based interviews are applicable for internal team selection, performance review discussions, and any other interaction focused on understanding how people do their jobs.
Executive HealthSearch uses a behavioral assessment system to provide a comprehensive behavioral picture of a candidate. The behavioral assessment system assists with various organizational processes such as recruitment/assimilation stages, career planning, promotion, leadership development and individual coaching.
Defining competencies for the development of leadership behaviors within the workplace, and ensuring a program’s "line of sight" between the individual and the company.
Individual level coaching for executives. This one-on-one coaching method promotes a deep understanding of one’s own behaviors and motivations in order to improve managerial and leadership effectiveness.
We have consulted with a diverse group of companies with the objective of identifying, assessing and developing business required talent to deliver proven business results.
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What is it?
Executive coaching, or in a broader context, leadership coaching, is a rapidly growing and extremely diverse field. It encompasses everything from personalized strategic consulting to something just short of psychotherapy. Individuals or organizations hire coaches for purposes that range from a management perk to a desire to achieve positive change. Perhaps the only unifying feature across these coaching varieties is the one-on-one connection between the leader and their coach.
Our leadership coaching services have a very narrow purpose - we help successful organizational leaders achieve positive, measurable change in their interpersonal behavior.
How is it done?
Coaching is a simple and very straightforward process that cannot really fail for a motivated individual.
Our executive coaches partners with a company’s management to identify developmental issues related to business/performance challenges. Then facilitate leadership development at both the individuals’ and organizational levels. Of course, the leadership development process that is used takes into account that leadership requirements depend upon the organization’s strategic objectives and the specific demands of individual roles. This process provides an effective way to identify and develop the practices and behaviors each member needs to exhibit.