Three faces of ghosting: emotional, employee and recruitment

When they say they love you and then disappear Until recently the term “ghosting” appeared in the context of male-female relations, specifically in a situation in which one says that they love the other and then all of a sudden disappear like a ghost. They stop answering the phone, fail to respond to messages, it’s… Read More

When not everything goes as planned at your home office

A marketing communication agency cooperating with IMSA International Executive Search proposed the preparation of a global report regarding trends and changes, which senior managers will be facing in 2019. For this purpose, my partners from 23 countries and I were to prepare material containing our forecasts for the upcoming year. One of the areas indicated… Read More

What should C-level managers improve while being recruited by a head hunter?

One of the renowned PR agencies asked – what should C-level managers change or perhaps even improve during interviews with head hunters? I must admit that I immediately frowned and was not able to control my facial expression, reminiscent of a question mark. Firstly, I believe that top managers do not have time to read… Read More

How to employ a manager in HoReCa without losing your mind? – conclusions to be drawn from Store and Shift Manager recruitment for MAX Premium Burgers

When commencing cooperation with a new client, I usually experience a lot of excitement connected with new challenges that an interesting new recruitment processes performed for a company, the organizational culture of which I am only becoming familiar with, present to us. It gets even more interesting when the client hails from a market that… Read More

Are the big brands doing e-commerce or eCommerce? – conclusions from the Online Marketing Manager recruitment process

I recently had the opportunity to recruit an Online Marketing Manager for a global brand, very much recognisable in the traditional world of retail. It was a very interesting exercise, giving me the opportunity to thoroughly “scan” the digital market, which I often check and gather the latest information on the availability of candidates representing… Read More

How to reach the K2 summit in democratically managed organization

Most of the candidates, which I am interviewing, while being asked about their style of managing people, provide me with an answer, that it is a democratic one. But is it really? In general you can say so, but in reality it is always the boss, who is making the final decision and choosing the… Read More

This is not a regular success story

Being a head hunter is tough. Not that I want to complain. I love my work for the diversity of projects, amazing people, that I meet during recruitment processes and their life stories. Each of these stories is different, unique, difficult, sometimes told with a smile, sometimes with a hidden regret, but still successful. This… Read More