Whether you are considering executive search or coaching, facing difficult challenges, or simply in need of guidance, we are here as a sounding board and guide for you and your company to help assist you in the development of your most important asset; your people. Below, we have provided several complimentary resources for you to help you in understanding coaching & search, offer free advice, and to help assist you in deciding if executive search/coaching is right for you.
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Rewarding Your Employees: 15 Examples of Successful Incentives in The Corporate World

The most important asset to any company is its people.   Keeping your employees happy in the workplace can make your company a stronger, unwavering force within your industry. We took a look at what companies ranked in “Fortune’s annual 100 Best Companies to Work For List” are doing to retain their employees and found several [...]

Cultivating And Nurturing Professional Relationships For Long Term Partnerships And Success

When it comes to relationships of any type, we’ve all heard the analogy that compares successful interpersonal connections to effectively taking care of a plant. This theory advocates that every positive relationship metaphorically requires watering, nurturing, careful caretaking, sunlight and a host of other symbolic gestures to ensure the ultimate rapport result – blooming. While, [...]

Executive Coaching Results: Recent Studies Show Up To 700% Return On Investment

Here at Robinson Resource Group, we know firsthand the many value add capabilities and resources we provide to our clients and partners who are currently sourcing their next career opportunities. We work with C-level professionals, many of which, at least initially, aren’t sure whether they’ll receive the return on investment that they are looking for. [...]

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Portfolio Analysis to Talent Investment Decisions

As per a 2015 Harvard Business Review Analytic Services Report, todays CEOs want HR to make, execute, and measure the success of workforce plans and decisions based on business outcomes. Scott Olsen, principal and US Leader of the PwC Human Resource Services practice states ”CHROs and HR professionals should aim to become experts at predictive analytics, so they can make workforce decisions that address future needs and with some reasonable predictions about how those decisions will impact business objectives.” RRG’s Tom Lawson addresses applying portfolio analysis to talent investment decisions in his latest article.

Keys to Successful Executive Level Talent Acquisition: Step 1 Getting on the Same Page

One of the preeminent challenges for a business in any industry is building the right team. The best ideas, most innovative processes, and ground-breaking products will not make a ripple in the marketplace if the right people aren’t in the right roles. Given this realization, what is the most effective way to approach talent acquisition?

Keys to Successful Executive Level Talent Acquisition:Step 2 Target List & Name Generation

Once the hiring team has a clear and consistent understanding of the nature of the role to be filled and the technical and behavioral characteristics of the ideal candidate (Step 1: Getting on the Same Page), the talent acquisition leaders can develop a recruiting plan. The goal is to find the best candidates, not simply those that are the best available candidates. How do hiring managers find “passive” candidates who are currently gainfully employed and doing great work?

Executive Coaching as a Retention Strategy

Losing an Executive can have many implications for a company. But did you know it can cost a company between 3.5 and 5.5 times the executive’s annual income? Retaining a company’s most valuable asset, their leaders, through executive coaching delivers solid ROI results to the company while providing a culture that attracts and retains the best employees.

Professional Transition: Embracing, Managing And Championing Change In Your Business

It’s no secret that in business, if there’s any one thing we can all depend on, it’s change. No matter how many years a company has been in operation, just as a person’s life is constantly changing, the life of a business is also constantly navigating through a perpetual ebb and flow of transition.