Executive search is a proactive and systematic hiring technique delivering access to the wider talent pool and bringing 'passive' candidates into consideration. It is particularly appropriate for the most challenging roles, where the required combination of technical capability, experience and personal characteristics is scarce and difficult to attract.
At Taylor Harrison, we take time and care to fully understand the role, the aims and objectives of the business and the cultural aspects of each of our clients, enabling us to promptly present a shortlist of highly skilled, culturally aligned and motivated individuals.
This methodology, together with our strong principles and consultative approach, enables us to find, attract and hire respected individuals who will have a profound, beneficial and long-lasting impact on our clients.
With the expectations placed on today’s boards ever increasing, the need to attract and secure the best non-executive director from the market is crucial.
With a thorough understanding of many of our clients’ boardrooms, we are well placed to seek out leading talent from our extensive network and contact base of senior individuals seeking their first non-executive appointment to the more seasoned professional wishing to add to an existing portfolio.
With diversity and inclusion firmly on today’s corporate agenda, we play a key role in advising clients on diverse shortlists, acting as a trusted advisor on inclusive recruitment practices. Our diversity and inclusion strategy focuses on our ability to attract and effectively represent diverse applicants whilst maintaining an awareness of unconscious bias and constantly challenging it, allowing us to understand and value individuals beyond their profiles.
At Taylor Harrison we believe we have a responsibility to present candidates from a range of backgrounds, enabling clients to gain access to a wide variety of viewpoints and perspectives.
"our low staff turnover drives knowledge retention"
"existing clients represent over 75% of mandates"
"candidates sourced from more than 20 countries"
"shortlists respect the principle of diversity"