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Catalyst for Growth | TRANSEARCH International Case Study »
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Our highly successful client was struggling to continue its expansion and had stagnated at $800 million in annual revenue. The company was having difficulty attracting new customers despite having a superior business approach and commitment that outperformed large, publicly-traded competitors and which was far more sophisticated and more consistently delivering elegant solutions than its privately-held competitors.

The challenge was to sort and answer the question of whether a new leader of marketing and communications could develop and then execute the kind of market-focused strategy that could help pull the company forward. The following case study explains how we tackled that challenge.

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The Essential Interview Questions Selection Committees, CEOs, and Heads of Talent Should Be Asking An Executive Search Firm »
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Howard Pezim shares questions to ask executive search consultants to help you decide which consultant and firm to work with. The questions invite a response that will inform you of their experience and challenges faced in the past and the solutions they've implemented to excel in executive search.

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Skills versus Passion. What makes a better Board? »
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"Skills based boards have been common in the commercial sector for many years. More recently we are seeing For Purpose Organisations move towards this format, but there is some debate as to whether it comes at the cost of losing the organisations soul. So what is the right balance to ensure the mission of an organisation does not get lost?" Article by Sandra Brown, Director at TRANSEARCH International Australia.

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