We believe that the success of a company begins with those who lead it. For over 30 years DHR’s consultants have forged strong and enduring partnerships with our clients by adding world class executives to their management teams.
With offices across the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East we are large enough to understand the complexities of operating in a global marketplace, but also deliver a tailored and personal approach to solve our client’s talent challenges. DHR is comprised of top caliber consultants from around the world who deliver the high performance results our clients expect with high touch service.
We pride ourselves on being a total talent partner, recruiting Future Ready Leaders through Jobplex, whose experts provide high-touch, performance-based search services at the emerging leader level.
Our Leadership Consultants bring unmatched industry expertise with highly sophisticated, data-driven assessment tools to provide actionable results, specializing in Board Evaluation, Executive Assessment, Executive Coaching, High-Potential Identification, Onboarding, Succession Planning, and Team Effectiveness.
Across DHR and around the world, our team members are highly knowledgeable, experienced, and recognized leaders in the industries in which they specialize. Our approach puts the consultants with the most experience in the client’s world at the center of their search.
DHR International consultants are positioned around the globe, in markets both established and emerging. Each is expert in at least one of our 20 practice areas. Many bring years of experience in multiple sectors and can offer unique insights on leaders who straddle a number of industries.
DHR International’s consultants are passionate about their work and their clients. We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach internally and the expert value we bring to the companies and executives we represent. DHR International team members hold the highest of ethical standards, along with an unsurpassable level of personal service, and an unmatched dedication to quality.
This philosophy and methodology are consistently demonstrated in DHR International’s thorough and unparalleled researching capability, the full utilization of firm resources on every project, and the timeliness with which we complete our assignments.
DHR International provides clients with comprehensive expertise to complete each search successfully.
Their practice groups are comprised of experts who possess significant industry knowledge and key relationships. These unique capabilities enable DHR to meet clients’ needs quickly and effectively. Coupled with strong internal collaboration and original research, they approach each search with the best tools and intelligence possible.
DHR International has increased its holdings in Canadian search firm Caldwell Partners International to 1,141,000 common shares, representing approximately 5.36 percent of the common shares outstanding. DHR says that its increased stock purchase makes it now the third largest shareholder of Caldwell. According to DHR, its chairman, David Hoffmann, and G. Edmund King, Caldwell’s chairman, spoke
DHR International has confirmed that it purchased an aggregate of 1,032,00 shares of Canadian rival Caldwell Partners International last week on the open market of the Toronto Stock Exchange. The share purchase represents approximately five percent of Caldwell’s issued and outstanding common shares. DHR said in a call this evening that it believes it is now Caldwell
DHR International has placed Mark Coyle as athletic director for Syracuse University. The search was completed by the global leader of DHR’s sports practice, Glenn Sugiyama, and executive vice president, Pat Richter. “This was an efficient and a very thorough search,” said Kent Syverrud, University chancellor. “It was a committee that listened carefully to the community as part of
Shares in Canadian-based search firm Caldwell Partners International skyrocketed 41.5 percent yesterday amid unusually high trading volume and takeover rumors. More than 500,000 shares of the company’s common stock traded hands before a temporary suspension was imposed by Toronto Stock Exchange regulators late in the afternoon. Shares reached $1.84 per share, up 54 cents from $1.30