C-Suite Executive Search across Asia Pacific
If you're an employer who is looking to recruit a C-Suite executive (CEO or direct report of the CEO - Head of Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Business Development, Sales or Supply Chain) at a Global, Asia Pacific, Greater China, South-East Asia, or Country level in Asia Pacific and the position offers a base salary of at least USD200,000 per annum, then contact Brian Moore, because he has placed these positions since 1993 and does it better than anyone else in the region.
Employers (both multinational and local) trust Brian Moore Executive Search as their C-Suite recruitment partner throughout Asia Pacific because they know that he has exclusive access to senior executive talent in the region and around the world. When they initiate a search for a C-Suite executive, they choose to retain Brian Moore Executive Search, because they appreciate how many people he knows, how long he's known them, and how well he knows them.
Brian's new book - Career Management Toolkit
Brian has written a new book called Career Management Toolkit. The book contains 15 important career lessons, spread across 120 pages and is written as a practical guide on how to manage your career more effectively throughout your working life.
The book is relevant to 16 year olds getting their first job at McDonald's after school, right through to 60 year old company CEOs. It's also relevant to business owners (especially SMEs) who need help with the 'soft stuff' but can't afford their own Human Resources (HR) Manager.
You can buy the book from Amazon.com from Jan 4, 2013. You can also buy the audio book and eBook from CareerManagementToolkit.com, with secure credit card and PayPal payment facilities.
Career Management (Personal Agent)
There's also another angle to Brian Moore Executive Search, that C-Suite executives around the world find unique, groundbreaking, refreshing and excellent value for money.
Having been in the executive recruitment and career management industry since the early 1990's in both Asia and Australia, the most common complaint Brian hears from C-Suite job seekers is this:
When C-Suite executives enter the job market in search of a new role, they feel that executive recruitment firms act solely in the interests of the employer. The recruiter is their 'best friend' during the recruitment assignment process, but once the process is over and they have missed out on getting the job, they suddenly feel forgotten about by the recruiter. They are left to languish on the recruitment firm's database until the next relevant opportunity comes along, which in many cases is not for a long time, if ever.
These C-Suite executives say, "If only there was a recruiter out there who would act in my best interests, and be my personal agent in the marketplace."
This practice is prevalent in the sports and entertainment industry. Most of us have seen the movie classic, Jerry Maguire, where Tom Cruise plays the part of sports agent, Jerry Maguire. Jerry's philosophy in that incredibly cut-throat industry is all about 'personal attention' whilst his key client, Rod Tidwell, has a favourite saying - "Show me the money."
This practice hasn't existed in the professional recruitment industry, that is, until Brian Moore Executive Search was born in 1999. In 2005, CFO Asia magazine (an Economist Group publication) ran a story on Brian Moore, which you can read here (Download PDF)
Enjoy your journey through the website, then contact Brian today to start working together.
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