My name is Mike, and I am a GLOBAL GROWTH HUNTER, with a total of 18+ years of HR Talent Acquisition and Talent Development experiences.
Why do I call myself a "GLOBAL GROWTH HUNTER"?
In Latin, the word recruit means "grow again" (recrescere) - "again" (re) and "grow" (crescere). Over time, the word morphed to become "recrute" in French, and to its current form of "recruit" in the mid-17th century to predominantly refer to enlisting fresh body of troops into the military.
Using plants as metaphors, as a GLOBAL GROWTH HUNTER, I help to transfer and nurture these plants from their current pots, to bigger new pots and in more fertile climatic environments which will further enhance their growth. In the real world, these plants i.e. the new hires will be nurtured within the clients’ environments, have clear career paths, and they would journey through positive professional growth and development. With the fertile climatic environments, these journeys help to create happier, committed and more engaged workforce. Overall, organizations will achieve better business results ultimately.
For my clients’ organizations, as a GLOBAL GROWTH HUNTER, I help them achieve Staff Happiness, without using monetary strategies such as retention bonuses and/or salary increments, but using my own C.A.S.H. Methodology. With Staff Happiness achieved, my Clients will have a happier, committed and more engaged workforce; resulting in them having happier and an abundance of customers. Again, this would in turn help their organizations achieve Better Business Results!”
In a nutshell, I help my clients achieve these in their organizations:
* Optimized Talent Acquisition & Talent Development structures and processes,
* Positive and engaging External Candidates’ and Employee Experiences,
* Solid and cohesive Employers’ Branding and an organic Talent Attraction Strategy via C.A.S.H. Methodology,
* Consistent and repeatable capabilities of hiring the best talents across functions and geographies,
* High-performance Culture that sustains staff within your organizations.
And as Sir Richard Branson famously said:
“Clients do not come first. Your staff come first. If you take care of your staff, they will take care of your clients.”