Pratt, Laura
December 2004
Credit Union Management;Dec2004, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p26
Trade Publication
This article reports that search firms can help the credit union with advertising its post. It can help the credit union with advertising its post. It can contact, in a quiet, confidential way, people who might be interested in the position, who have been suggested through the board or others. Ideally, a search firm will spend some time meeting with the board and its executive to determine exactly what it is the credit union is seeking in a leader. Indeed, so important is this essential first step in a recruitment process that many urge a credit union to use it as a kind of litmus test for how effective a search firm promises to be.


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