Strategy & Execution
Since the market dictated the need to draw complementary skills from other fields, FORTIS zeroed in on a specialized candidate with a background in engineering and architecture, giving her a unique perspective. She had extensive project management experience, and her personality resonated well with the company’s ethos of offering white-glove service to internal and external customers. By all accounts, she appeared to be an invaluable addition to the team.
FORTIS had already established a successful track record with the client by placing eight of their 15 senior leaders, including the COO. But success is never guaranteed. Thankfully, our candidate for Director of Accounting turned out to be the right choice. It’s not always about technical prowess. Where one works should mirror one’s personal values. This kind of alignment usually ensures longer tenure and greater satisfaction. In the end, the success of recruitment isn’t merely in filling a position. It’s about foreseeing the long-term fit and ensuring that both the company and the candidate thrive together.