Let us find your perfect Public Relations or Public Affairs match.
It’s an undeniable truth that more and more candidates are prioritising the spirit of a business over its profit. So if you want the right people, cultural fit (and a strong culture to fit into) is essential.
We work hard to get under the skin of your business, to really understand the culture and the personalities, so we can find candidates who don’t just fill the roles you’re looking for, but properly fit them. And we don’t search in the obvious way either, nor do we necessarily go to the same hunting grounds as everyone else.
Instead we begin with our C-DNA* test to establish the eight key functional and cultural elements that candidates will need to meet in order to make the right match with both the role and the culture.
So if you’ve got a role to fit or a culture to build, do get in touch. We need to talk.
*Career DNA, not Candidate DNA; we’re in it for the long-haul, not just for a one-off placement.
We work with companies to develop their Public Relations and Public Affairs teams.
Nobody likes a friend who fails to tell you the truth. And because we like to consider ourselves friends of the businesses and agencies we work with, we consult with honesty* and (admittedly well-judged) directness when needed.
So if you do need an objective but understanding outside view on all search-related things, we can do the following:
Refer new business where appropriate, when asked for agency recommendations
Advise on acquisition searches for agencies looking to add an instant but relevant new dimension to their offering
Review and/or redefine your employer brand and how you are positioning yourself in the marketplace
Give guidance around current teams – for example, talent mapping, accessing the current skill-set compared to the current need, recommendations for restructure and talent pipeline planning and change management programmes, so that culture you’ve created flourishes
So please call us if we can help in any of these areas. Sometimes it takes someone from outside to really understand what’s needed inside. Weirdly.
*They say that drunk people, children and leggings always tell the truth. We are (generally) none of these things, but you'll still hear the truth anyway.