You probably know that feeling when you go to the store to get your favorite ice cream only to find that they don’t carry it. Then, you go to every neighborhood store only to come up empty-handed. You know the next city over might carry what you want but instead you go home empty-handed or with something that you aren’t super excited about. This can be a lot like what happens when you try to find your ideal candidate within a defined geographic area.
- Focus first on finding someone with roots
- Intentionally create connections
Mark has held leadership roles in multibillion-dollar organizations and has bought, sold and started companies. He is an entrepreneur at heart and in action. He and his companies have been recognized by organizations like Inc. Magazine, Business First and the American Marketing Association. Mark also loves competition. He has won a National Championship and earned a World Championship Silver Medal in Sports Jujitsu, a mixed martial arts-based competition. Mark is also an inductee in the American Sports Jujitsu League Hall of Fame. Mark founded TeamBuilder Search in 2008 and loves helping clients succeed by out-recruiting the competition.