Four Corners Group Promotions!

Erin Plasky

Erin Plasky

Please join the Four Corners Group team in congratulating Erin Plasky and Jennifer Wiley on their promotions to Principal.

Erin and Jennifer are experienced search professionals that have played a key role in the success of our clients, our candidates and Four Corners Group.

Erin joined our team in 2012 and has become a trusted advisor to clients and candidates alike.

Erin is second to none in her relentless drive to deliver exceptional results.

Jennifer Wiley

Jennifer Wiley

Jennifer joined our team in 2012 and is recognized for her thoughtful and strategic approach to search mandates.

Jennifer’s search execution and client service skills are best in class.

We are pleased to recognize Erin and Jennifer’s great achievements and look forward to many future successes.

Four Corners Group Celebrates 10 Successful Years

Four Corners Group Celebrates 10 Successful Years

While celebrating its 10th anniversary, Four Corners Group, one of North America’s leading executive search firms, is pleased to announce that original founder, Kelly Farrell, is now the firm’s sole owner. Under Ms. Farrell’s leadership, the firm’s talented team of search professionals will continue to serve current, past and future clients with the same innovative solutions and exceptional results that characterize every Four Corners Group search assignment. Along with Managing Partner Kelly Farrell, Four Corners Group staff, Associates and Partners wish to recognize and thank their clients and the thousands of candidates who have placed their trust in Four Corners Group over the past 10 years. At this key inflection point in the firm’s history, the entire Four Corners Group team looks forward to further supporting its clients with outstanding service and new initiatives at the forefront of thought leadership in executive recruitment.

Empowering the Leaders of Tomorrow

Empowering the Leaders of Tomorrow

Great talent is out there, and companies are all competing for the best of the best – people that clearly demonstrate the potential to be the leaders of tomorrow.  Organizations not only struggle with finding and recruiting talented individuals, but also how to support human capital in reaching their full potential.

How do you develop this talent and prepare them for leadership roles? How do you keep them engaged, challenged and motivated?  In short, how do you bring out the best in them? Read more

Four Tips For Attracting and Retaining The Global Professional

Four Tips For Attracting and Retaining The Global Professional

We exist in a global economy. Companies are multinational. Talent comes from all corners of the world, and the workforce as we know it continues to become more diverse, dispersed, and global.

Driving forces such as increasingly open economies, the worldwide expansion of organizations, technological advancements and disruption, and the willingness of the modern workforce to “go to where the work is” has created a unique recruiting and hiring challenge for organizations.  How do talent managers locate, recruit, hire and incent global executives? Read more

The Science of Leadership: What Can It Teach Us?

The Science of Leadership: What Can It Teach Us?

We all know that strong leadership is paramount to organizational success. All great companies have great leaders to guide the organization and its people. However, despite all of the studies and information available about leadership best practices, there still remains a large disconnect between what leaders should do and what they actually do.

This is perhaps a reason why 82% of people don’t trust their boss and more than 50% of people quit their job because of their manager.

So, are great leaders born or bred? Read more

Five Ways to Lead in an Era of Constant Change

Five Ways to Lead in an Era of Constant Change

“Let’s acknowledge that change is hard. People naturally resist change, especially when it’s imposed on them. But there are things that organizations do that make change even harder and more exhausting for people than it needs to be. First of all, leaders often wait too long to act. As a result, everything is happening in crisis mode. Which, of course, tends to be exhausting. Or, given the urgency, what they’ll do is they’ll just focus on the short-term results, but that doesn’t give any hope for the future. Or they’ll just take a superficial, one-off approach, hoping that they can return back to business as usual as soon as the crisis is over.”  – Jim Hemerling  Read more

What Makes a Great CEO?

What Makes a Great CEO?

Leaders strive for greatness. They want to be the successful CEO who turned around the company or the person who leads the organization during its best years. They want to build a strong legacy, one that will be remembered for years to come. So, what is it that makes a great CEO? What is it that makes a good leader become a great one? Read more

5 Myths That Will Kill Your Career Dreams and Aspirations

5 Myths That Will Kill Your Career Dreams and Aspirations

“Your journey is simple — it’s made of steps. Some steps will be right on. Sometimes you will trip. If it’s right on, celebrate, because some people wait a lot to celebrate. And if you tripped, turn that into something to learn. If every step becomes something to learn or something to celebrate, you will for sure enjoy the journey.” – Bel Pesce
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Discovering Your Authentic Leadership Style

Discovering Your Authentic Leadership Style

Authentic leaders are in demand today. Employees, colleagues, and business partners want to work for/with leaders who are real. People are tired of rhetoric and corporate speak – they want leaders who are genuine, honest, and engaging.

“In today’s culture, where so much emphasis is placed on the superficial, people crave authenticity. Employees today are hungry for real what-you-see-is-what-you-get leadership.  The most inspiring and influential leaders therefore don’t lead because of what they do (though they do plenty), but because of who they are. Too often leaders and those who aspire to be, forget that,” says Margie Warrell, Forbes. Read more