Your Partner In Executive Search

TRANSEARCH International is the leading alternative to commonplace executive search. As passionate talent experts, every day we help companies build stronger leadership teams. Learn more about TRANSEARCH and our wide-ranging approach to leadership acquisition, management assessment, as well as our industry expertise.

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The high-stakes challenge of attracting and empowering executives is best met with the support of a firm that has a proven track record of success. The tools that TRANSEARCH International uses provide a unique perspective regarding culture, performance, leadership, and team "fit". And our integration methodology ensures that new leaders are integrated quickly and successfully without breaking stride.

 

Thought Leadership

Should you stay or should you go? 4 questions to ask before accepting a counteroffer

By John Ryan, Managing Director, TRANSEARCH USA

As the labor market sizzles and businesses lose their high-performing leaders, the push for retention means counteroffers are gaining momentum. It is the "easy" solution when losing a manager or leader.

Livecareer surveyed 1,000 hiring managers and found "more than a third of managers countered with a 10% raise to employees they sought to retain and …nearly a third gave out more vacation time or a transition to a different role."

Celebrating International HR Day: 3 people-first strategies to create a brighter future for our workforce

By Bridget Papanicholas, CEO, TRANSEARCH USA

The future we are working towards at TRANSEARCH is one I am committed to, both personally and professionally. It is about empowering individuals to flourish in roles where their unique identities and values are embraced, their perspectives championed, where their diverse backgrounds drive innovation; and where having inclusive cultures is the bedrock for solving tomorrow's challenges.

Four tips for building Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) roles and initiatives

By Cynthia Kaplan, Senior Recruiter, TRANSEARCH USA

 HR and Organizational Development professionals have long stressed the importance and value of a diverse workforce. CEOs and Boards today recognize the cultural, branding, and economic significance of celebrating and encouraging Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging in their businesses.

Trust your gut: Four tips to harness your intuition and make wise business decisions

By Chris Swan, Managing Director, TRANSEARCH USA

When Apple icon Steve Jobs was contemplating a significant business decision, he often took strolls around his neighborhood, totally barefoot. While we can’t say for certain all that went through his mind, we do know these famous walks were meant to help him take a step back from the forest of data, market research, and analytics to help him see more clearly through the trees. And to rely on the age-old signal we all do - checking in with his gut.

While it’s easy to get caught up in the data or hypnotized by a terrific idea, “intuition is our deeper intelligence that is able to read the room or the marketplace,” states Rick Snyder, a leadership consultant and author of Decisive Intuition: Use Your Gut Instincts to Make Smart Business Decisions in Fast Company magazine. “We make better decisions when we integrate intuition with critical thinking.”

 

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Real Estate

real estate

Even before the 2008 real estate bubble, this space was being remodeled. Along with developing nations, highly industrialized countries are reinvesting in infrastructure – roads, transit systems, the electric grid, communications, etc. Urban living now means the 18-hour city, which integrates active lifestyle elements of housing, dining, retailing, and walk-able office spaces. Foreign investors are continuing to look stateside as international markets struggle. Likewise, industrial real estate has a rare opportunity to thrive. In spite of these developments, impending labor shortages across the economy may generate volatility when it comes to wages and income growth.

 

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