Executive Recruiters Help Find that Top Notch Top Person for Your Corporation

Finding a new executive is a time consuming process. Working with a top executive recruiting company in the Washington, D.C. area can make finding the right new executive a lot easier. These groups know where to find the best match:

Nels Olson, D.C, is a few minutes away from the top executive mansion in the country, the White House. Lucas Group has 15 offices nationwide and focuses in these areas: accounting, finance, human resources, information technology, legal, manufacturing, marketing, military transition, and sales. Lucas Group will work with either contingency or retained searches.

Association Strategies, Inc. follows a three step-process in handling executive searches: first, organizational assessment, determining exactly what the organization is looking for; second, outreach and screening, finding persons suited to the organization, and third, transition management, making sure the organization and the new executive fit together once the choice has been made. ASI focuses on trade associations, professional societies, and nonprofit organizations. Recent executives placed include the new Executive Director of the Society of General Internal Medicine, the new President and CEO of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association, and the new President of the American Gear Manufacturers Association.

Executive Recruitment Washington DC focuses on senior level searches in companies that sell products and services to local, state, and federal government and system integrators. ESGI is a retained search company with offices in Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia, PA.

JDG Associates focuses on executive’s searches in the corporate, association, and government sectors. Their clients include research and consulting companies; Fortune 1000 Corporations; federal, state and local government agencies; and small, mid-sized and large associations and professional societies.

Heidrick & Struggles specializes in Executive Search Services, Leadership Consulting, and Culture Shaping. They list eight areas they cover: Consumer Markets; Education, Nonprofit and Social Enterprise; Energy; Financial Services; Health Care and Life Services; Industrial; Professional Services; and Technology. Heidrick & Struggles has a global presence, with locations in Africa, Asia/ Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North Africa, and North America.

The Edens Group calls itself “The Leader in Recruiting Intelligence” in Washington, D.C. The company sees its mission as finding the smartest and most capable employees for start-ups, mid-stage and Fortune 500 companies. Their clients include federal agencies, government contracting firms, corporate IT departments, and commercial software product companies