Blue Rock Search is an executive search firm specializing in the targeted identification, evaluation, and acquisition of high quality, passive, talent. With offices in Sarasota, Florida and Knoxville, Tennessee, we have three distinct and dedicated practices:
Their systems, processes, and tools are designed to flex to the unique needs and expectations of any search and to fill critical roles quickly. Their Founding Partners are respected, trusted, thought leaders in their respective Practice Areas, with 50+ years of direct experience in filling Human Resources, Franchising and Customer Experience roles at both the Corporate and Support level.
Blue Rock Search has a proven, time tested, search methodology and approach that our clients and candidates can count on. Their teams invest the time required to get to know them both personally and professionally; their industries; their organizations; and their culture. Blue Rock understands the linkage and importance of both competency and cultural fit, and assess candidates accordingly. They invest in the technology, tools, and resources required to identify, source, select, and land talent in today’s highly competitive fast moving marketplace.
Blue Rock Search is an executive search firm specializing in the targeted identification, evaluation, and acquisition of high quality, passive, talent. Their systems, processes, and tools are designed to flex to the unique needs and expectations of any search and to fill critical roles quickly.
The Blue Rock Search Experience is a highly methodical and time-tested process grounded on continuous stakeholder engagement.
As the economy continues its rapid transition toward automation, the customer experience field requires strong leadership to keep customers engaged. Soft skills, such as communication and emotional intelligence, will be the skills that set the best leaders apart from the mediocre, according to a new report by Christopher Rios of Blue Rock Search. According to Mr. Rios,
High pressure work environments are the norm in many professions, especially in today’s times, as organizations push their employees to perform and produce. Although this strategy might be an effective short-term approach, it usually leads to a negative work culture and burnout among employees, according to a new report by Christopher Rios of Blue Rock Search.
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Essential Leadership Soft Skills – 10/22/20
How to Optimize Your Return to the Office – 10/15/20
Best Practices to Improve Work Relationships – 10/8/20
How Employee Experience and Customer Experience are Intertwined – 10/1/20
How Company Culture Can Improve Your Franchise – 9/24/20