KBRS nominated for Professional Services Award of Excellence

KBRS and Meridia Recruitment Solutions are honoured to be nominated for NLCA’s Professional Services Award of Excellence as a part of the ROCK Awards program. The award was created to recognize member firms that exemplify professionalism and integrity, providing other members with first-rate services to help them remain competitive in a global market place. 

FYI: Genoa Design International, Ltd. names Kevin Kelly COO

KBRS is pleased to have assisted Genoa Design International, Ltd. with the appointment of Kevin Kelly as the organization’s first Chief Operations Officer.

The following is an excerpt from Genoa Design’s release as of October 18, 2018:

Gina Pecore, Chief Executive Officer, Genoa Design International, Ltd. is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Kelly to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer (COO), effective October 18, 2018.

Jane Kidner Joins KBRS as Academic Search Partner

Toronto, ON – KBRS, one of Canada’s largest independently owned executive search and consulting firms, is pleased to welcome Jane Kidner as partner in the firm’s Toronto office.

Jane joins a team of seven partners supported by 18 research and support staff who comprise the firm’s national academic executive search practice. Over the past five years, KBRS has led more than 150 leadership searches for universities and colleges nationwide.

FYI: MacEwan University welcomes first Vice President, University Relations

KBRS is pleased to have assisted MacEwan University with the appointment of Myrna Khan as the organization's first Vice President, University Relations.

The following is an excerpt from MacEwan University's release:

MacEwan University has appointed Myrna Khan as the institution’s first vice-president, University Relations. In this new role, Myrna will oversee government and community relations, alumni and development, marketing and communications, and sustainability initiatives.

KBRS launches Candidate Care Program

From Business Voice, June 1st, 2018:
By Carol Dobson

The search for a new position involves a great deal of stress especially on behalf of the searcher. One of the hardest parts is waiting to find out where in the search process the person is after they have reached out to a potential employer or search firm.  Being kept in the communication loop helps eliminate at least part of that stress.

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