Gilman Partners Expands Services to Include Talent Advisory
For nearly 40 years, Cincinnati-based Gilman Partners has identified, recruited, and placed top leaders for clients throughout the Midwest as a retained executive search firm. Now, in addition to finding great talent, Gilman Partners will work to develop talent through the addition of its new Talent Advisory Practice.
The Talent Advisory will help clients maximize business results by providing strategic talent services. Some of the key services offered through the Talent Advisory include:
Talent Strategy – determining where and how to focus resources to achieve maximum business impact and drive competitive advantage
Talent Assessment – evaluating talent for leadership potential to help plan for both current and future gaps in leadership
Executive Coaching – custom one-on-one work with individual leaders, focused on personal development and change
Executive Onboarding – a systematic approach to assimilating new leaders into an organization’s culture to accelerate their learning curve and shorten their time to peak productivity
Gilman Partners has hired talent management executive Mary Morand to lead the Talent Advisory Practice. With more than thirty years of leadership development and talent management experience, most recently as Senior Vice President of Leadership and Talent Management for U.S. Bank, Morand understands the leadership challenges of building high-performance teams and will focus on guiding leaders to develop their potential.
“Our clients already trust us to find and place top leaders who can have an immediate and lasting impact on their organizations,” said Tom Gilman, Managing Partner and CEO. “Since we have a deep understanding of their organizational culture and the types of leaders who will drive their success, the addition of the Talent Advisory is a natural extension of the leadership continuum. Hiring great leaders is a key first step, but helping them develop to their fullest potential is an investment that always pays dividends.”
For more information about the Talent Advisory Practice, please contact Mary Morand at email@example.com or 513-509-0147.
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