At Caldwell, they believe Talent Transforms. As a leading provider of executive talent, the firm enables clients to thrive and succeed by helping them identify, recruit and retain their best people.
The firm’s reputation–50 years in the making–has been built on transformative searches across functions and geographies at the very highest levels of management and operations. In addition to executive search, the firm leverages its skills and networks to also provide agile talent solutions in the form of flexible and on-demand advisory solutions for companies looking for support in strategy and operations.
At its root, its business is about people – specifically, its ability to connect clients with the right talent for their organization. They do this by using expert knowledge, experience, training and process to identify and assess and attract the best candidates in a way that benefits the reputation of clients and profession.
With offices and partners across North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific, the firm is able to give clients market coverage and access to talent across the globe. This allows the firm to serve clients in a much more integrated way, with a seamless global team of professionals who have a similar focus on excellent client service and quality execution.
At Caldwell, they have assembled an elite team of partners with hands-on experience and extensive industry knowledge across all major industries at the very highest levels of management and operations. Its search teams are successful in working across a broad range of sectors, from early-stage privately funded firms and foundations, to global organizations, institutions and all levels of government. They firm serves as consultants to clients on all matters pertaining to human capital needs, including succession planning, compensation assessment, recruitment strategies and competitive analyses.
In addition to executive search, the firm leverages skills and networks to also provide agile talent solutions in the form of flexible and on-demand advisory solutions for companies looking for support in strategy and operations.
At Caldwell, their reputation–50 years in the making–has been built on transformative searches across functions and geographies at the very highest levels of management and operations. In addition to executive search, the firm leverages its skills and networks to also provide agile talent solutions in the form of flexible and on-demand advisory solutions for companies looking for support in strategy and operations.
Chief financial officers continue to be in high demand. Finding them is keeping many of the nation’s top recruitment operations busier than ever. Toronto-based Caldwell recently assisted in the recruitment of Valeria G. Malla as the new CFO of Sanjel Energy Services. The search was led by Les Gombik and Maryse Robichaud. She replaces Leonard Cornez. Ms. Robichaud brings
CEO succession is a critical process for companies, ensuring that they have the right leadership in place to drive success and growth. Selecting a talented successor to a CEO is perhaps the most important accountability of a director. The continuity of talented, enlightened leadership by the CEO is highly correlated with value creation and social
Toronto-based Caldwell has assisted in the recruitment of Shelley Nixon as chief legal officer of the Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo). The search was led by Les Gombik, Sameera Sereda, and Meaghan Loughry. “Shelley brings significant experience as a chief legal officer, leader and change agent to AIMCo,” said Evan Siddall, CEO of the Alberta Investment
Toronto-based Caldwell posted Q4 revenues of $21.9 million (Canadian), a 6.8 percent decrease from a year ago. For the full year, the firm reported revenues of 77.1 million, a decline of 25.8 percent from the prior year. “Fiscal 2023 was a challenging year,” said John Wallace, chief executive officer. “We are a talent acquisition services firm
Excerpted from The Globe & Mail: It took a while, but the Great Resignation has come to the C-suite, with some of the biggest household names in corporate Canada calling it quits. There’s been a whirlwind of change in the corner offices of some of Canada’s largest companies in recent months, including high-profile departures such
Caldwell’s Shawn Banerji, Managing Partner of Data, Digital & Technology Officers Practice, joins Dan Roberts of CIO, to discuss tech talent trends and predictions and what CIOs need to pay attention to. Learn more in the excerpt below. Dan Roberts: What are some of the macro trends you’re seeing that are affecting the technology industry and
“No one ever got fired for hiring IBM.” This old business adage referred to the tendency of those charged with hiring consultants to simply select the mega-firm in the industry. It was an act of self-defense, so if something went wrong with the project, it would not be the fault of the person who hired
How companies can create value quickly in recruiting executives As Voltaire long ago observed, perfect is the enemy of the good. Yet in recruiting top executives, many companies forget this still serviceable bit of wisdom. They develop an inflexible profile of the ideal candidate for a role and, believing that the ideal person exists, they
New skillsets and mindsets for a digital age Leaders who are successful at driving digital transformation often have a very specific set of leadership capabilities. These include: Intellectual curiosity and desire to learn and continuously improve Humility and willingness to accept they don’t know all the answers Ability to look beyond execution today and contemplate
Caldwell Conversations: Lisa Dolly
Au Revoir, Innovation?
Navigating the New Normal
Winning the Talent War
Considerations For an Inclusive Search and Selection Process
The Buyer’s Guide to Executive Search: How to choose the right recruitment partner
The Digital Future of MedTech: Navigating a path to improved patient outcomes and business performance
Leading in the New Normal: Board and leadership lessons from the pandemic
MedTech Digitization in Asia Pacific: How digital challenges and opportunities are reshaping the industry
Leaning Into the Turn
Role of Marketing in Professional Services Firms
Nimble Continuity Planning
Leading in a Crisis
Navigating Uncharted Waters in Uncertain Times
Business Leaders Expect Protracted Recovery and a Changing Business Landscape
High-Profile CEO Transitions Could be Just the Tip of the Iceberg When it Comes to Executive Turnover
Two in 100: ‘Alarming’ Lack of Female CEOs Among Top TSX Companies
Retailers and Airlines Are Not Hiring But There is Hope for White-Collar Job Seekers
Cannabis Executive Turnover Continues as Supreme CEO Departs and Investors Abandon Sector
Said to be “required listening/watching in all boardrooms as context to action and support the kind of initiatives mentioned,” watch Caldwell’s recent Leadership Roundtable webinar focusing on anti-black systemic racism and diversity in the C-Suite