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CarterBaldwin is proud to announce the appointment of our Partner, Jennifer Sobocinski, to the inaugural Advisory Board for ReluTech.

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CarterBaldwin is proud to announce the appointment of our Partner, Jennifer Sobocinski, to the inaugural Advisory Board for ReluTech. Jennifer is an avid proponent of Atlanta’s tech community and previously spent seven years on the Board of Women in Technology in Atlanta. Jennifer also sits on the Board of JDRF, [...]

CarterBaldwin is honored to be the 2019 presenting sponsor of MIT Enterprise Forum of Atlanta’s Distinguished Entrepreneur Gala.

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CarterBaldwin is honored to be the 2019 presenting sponsor of MIT Enterprise Forum of Atlanta's Distinguished Entrepreneur Gala. We are proud to support the roles that standout entrepreneurs such as Scott Grimes and Lynne Laube at Cardlytics are playing in our great city of Atlanta. Every other year, The MIT [...]

CarterBaldwin partner appointed to the board of the Georgia branch of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)

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CarterBaldwin Executive Search is pleased to announce that Jennifer Sobocinski has been appointed to the board of the Georgia branch of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Jennifer is a Founding Partner of CarterBaldwin and leads the firm’s industrial and technology practices. She has been involved in the JDRF [...]

CarterBaldwin Executive Search again named by Forbes

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Forbes—in partnership with analytics firm Statista - compiled the list based on a number of different criteria, in particular the feedback received after surveying thousands of recruiters, candidates, and HR Executives who have worked with recruiting firms over the last three years. Those who were surveyed were asked to [...]

CarterBaldwin Executive Search has been named by Forbes as one of “America’s Best Executive Search Firms”

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Forbes—in partnership with analytics firm Statista—compiled the list based on a number of different criteria, in particular the feedback received after surveying thousands of recruiters, candidates, and HR Executives who have worked with recruiting firms over the last three years. Those who were surveyed were asked to identify up to [...]

Measuring Trust

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When we conduct a search for an executive who will succeed in a leadership role with one of our clients we take into consideration what we believe to be the four critical components of a successful “fit.”  These elements of fit include the skill set that the executive brings to [...]

The Talent to Differentiate

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The tax, accounting and consulting market has experienced seismic shifts in recent years.  Several factors have played into the fast rate of change, including continued economic uncertainty, earnings pressure, aggressive federal and state tax jurisdictions, global regulatory change and more aggressive competition between firms.  Regional firms are pushing up market.  [...]

Top 10 Reasons to Consider External Candidates

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In that we are an executive search firm, it may seem fairly self-serving to include, in our newsletter, an article advocating external hires. The obvious truth is that our entire industry goes away if organizations quit recruiting leadership from the outside. And yet, surprisingly, internal promotions are equally critical to [...]

A Talent Shortage Still Exists for Business-Minded Professionals

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There is a shortage of leaders-even in our current economic environment-who bring both specific technical expertise and strategic general business acumen to the table.  Smart organizations are looking for and hiring it. Smart leadership candidates are acquiring and marketing it. This shortage is magnified in technical professions like tax, accounting [...]

Managing Involuntary Terminations

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You like the employee. He or she has not stolen anything, threatened violence or incited riots, but this person is just not working out within your organization. You know it and, more importantly, your team knows it. You need to make a change, but before you do, you have a [...]