Seattle, WA, November 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) continues to strengthen its capabilities with the addition of Kate Jackson, Vice President of Talent Acquisition. Jackson is a seasoned assessment and recruiting professional who brings a deep understanding of the nuances of organizational culture.
“Kate’s experience and reputation in the marketplace make her an incredible fit for our new search practice," said Cher Murphy, Chief Talent Officer, i4cp. "Her combination of leading retained search work and corporate talent acquisition experience will provide our clients with a true 'talent advisor' capable of bringing the right perspective and expertise for their most crucial talent needs.”
Prior to i4cp, Jackson was a Partner at Hanold Associates where she led strategic Human Resources searches. Previously, Kate spent more than 15 years in talent acquisition leadership at GE and Nielsen. Kate holds her six sigma blackbelt, which adds to her ability to exceed her clients’ traditional search expectations.
“With i4cp’s focus on next practices of high-performance organizations, Kate’s extensive track record of working with top companies is a good fit,” said Kevin Oakes, CEO of i4cp. “Her specific experience in talent acquisition both inside organizations and externally, combined with her proven track record of understanding the critical needs of senior Human Resources leaders, provides i4cp with a wealth of knowledge from which to build our executive search practice.”
i4cp Executive Search’s singular mission is partnering with you to build the best Human Resources, Talent, and Human Capital Analytics leadership teams globally. The firm’s unique insight into high-performance organizations, combined with its connection to thousands of leading Human Resources executives, allows the company to identify undiscovered superior talent.
i4cp Executive Search takes unique advantage of the People-Profit Chain™, i4cp’s research-based organizational effectiveness model, and other culture and change capability assessments to evaluate candidates and facilitate change. It is, at its core, search reimagined.
Learn more about i4cp Executive Search at i4cp.com/executivesearch