TRANSEARCH International

TRANSEARCH International
We know that all organisations require an effective leadership team at the top. The complicated challenge of finding senior level executives is best met with the support of a firm with a proven track record of success. The tools that TRANSEARCH International uses provide a unique perspective regarding culture, leadership, team and performance "fit". And our integration methodology ensures that new leaders are integrated quickly and successfully without breaking stride.

The responsibility of conducting an executive search for a senior-level management position is never taken lightly. For over 30 years, companies all over the world have relied on TRANSEARCH International to build successful flourishing leadership teams. In-depth sector experience combined with a unique approach to talent acquisition allows us to build winning relationships with both clients and candidates. TRANSEARCH uses a unique process called TRANSEARCH Orxestra Method to significantly minimise risks associated with executive hires. The method allows us to provide our clients with ideal short lists, as we are able to measure and evaluate candidates in a way that no other search firm can.

Nothing is more important in the hiring process than ensuring fit. What differentiates TRANSEARCH and translates into meaningful benefits for our clients is how we ensure 'fit'. We use the TRANSEARCH Orxestra Method to measure five different types of fit which guards against costly mishires. Underpinning the outcomes of a successful executive hire is ensuring, there are cultural, leadership, team, performance and integration fit. Please click on the diagram below for more information. Visit TRANSEARCH International.

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    Are You Getting the Best Out of Your Executive Team?

    on Center for Creative Leadership

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    When thinking about leadership skills, it is pertinent to remember what Alexander the Great said, “I am not afraid of an army of lions led by a sheep; I am afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion.”

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    Rasmus Hougaard on Forbes

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    Here are some stimulating minds on leadership to get you thinking.

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    Peter Fisk on LinkedIn

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    Henrik Brabrand explains what an effective leadership team does, and provides key elements that need to be in place for that leadership team to run effectively.

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    Henrik Brabrand on LinkedIn

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    Kathy Simmons provides 5 tactics to help you gauge culture when considering a job prospect.

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    Kathy Simmons on BlueSteps

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