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Davies Park Announces Tony Kirschner as a New Partner

VANCOUVER – Davies Park Executive Search has officially announced that Tony Kirschner is now a Partner in the firm. Tony has worked alongside Greg Longster in the Vancouver office since 2011 and has built a solid reputation as a leader both within the office and...

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A snapshot of our 25th anniversary celebration

In honour of our 25th anniversary, Davies Park hosted a celebration reception at the Winspear in Edmonton, AB. on Oct. 7, 2014. The event brought together clients, candidates and colleagues who have been an integral part of our success over the past 25 years. It was...

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Digital media and the executive leader

Key social media tools like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn that have helped to reshape the way communication is being delivered, are embraced by CEOs like Richard Branson and Bill Gates but a new study released by KPMG said only 54% of CEOs plan on implementing...

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Celebrating 25 years of Executive Search

SINCE 1989, DAVIES PARK HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED MORE THAN 2,800 EXECUTIVE searches and assignments for public, private, and not-for-profit clients. Its assignments have included searches for CEOs, presidents, senior executives, managers and senior professionals. Davies Park has also found top board of director appointees in...

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Interviewing

Consider every interaction with a search consultant or potential employer as part of an extended interview process. The consultant’s or employer’s assessment of corporate fit begins with the first phone call and carries through to formal interviews. Effective marketing of your skills and accomplishments is...

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Writing a cover letter that works

Today's competitive work environment necessitates excellent communication and presentation skills. Show a potential employer that you are well versed in such skills: write a cover letter that is well-crafted, succinct, and engaging.

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Creating an effective resume

A resume is a short account of one’s career and qualifications. Every person who composes a resume should, by definition, be explaining his or her experience. IF EVERYONE’S DOING THE SAME THING, HOW DO YOU SET YOURSELF APART? To increase your chances of being noticed...

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Interviewing

Interviewing

Consider every interaction with a search consultant or potential employer as part of an extended interview process. The consultant’s or employer’s assessment of corporate fit begins with the first phone call and carries through to formal interviews. Effective marketing of your skills and accomplishments is a critical talent in today’s competitive job market. read more

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