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|New Book “A Manager’s Guide to Maximizing Search Firm Success” Released|
|Published Monday, November 22, 2010 7:00 am|
Charlotte, NC, November 2010: Many first time managers promoted to the task of recruiting and hiring are given very little to go on by their own senior management. Frank G. Risalvato’s new book, A Manager’s Guide to Maximizing Search Firm Success is here to help guide managers. What began as a pamphlet that was sent to newly minted managers has grown into a 96 page book kept short intentionally so as to get to the point quickly for busy managers.
Maximizing Search Firm Success is helpful for senior level executives that were working under beliefs that had become obsolete or holding antiquated and pre-conceived notions. Every company department manager, small business owner, or board of director or senior executive – whether a novice or highly experienced – can now have the inside scoop on gaining an advantage when dealing with recruiting firms like no one has ever provided before.
The book includes:
The book “A Manager’s Guide to Maximizing Search Firm Success” is available on Amazon.com. For more information visit our websitehttp://www.maximizingsearchfirmsuccess.com or email email@example.com or call us at 1-704-243-2110.
About the Author: Frank G. Risalvato obtained his BS in Business from New Jersey City University in 1985, working 14 hour days to pay for his tuition. In 1987 he was offered his first job as a search consultant under the mentorship of a Deloitte CPA firm Audit Manager. Under his tutelage he began positioning one executive each and every month. In 1991 he launched his own firm, IRES, Inc. (www.iresinc.com) and by 1997 was being asked by state, regional and national recruiting associations to help others with seminars, lectures and presentations. His recruiter training activity led to the launch of www.searchwizardry.com . Frank’s firm has helped over 1,000 professionals get hired from Anchorage, AK, to London U.K. and across the continental U.S. Frank lives in Charlotte with his wife and two teenage children.