Recruitment and retention

Recruitment

We are not head hunters.

However, over many years in the cultural sector, Kathy Gee has built up an understanding of what matters to employers at senior level and how to find out whether an applicant fits the bill.

Recent recruitment activity includes:

  • Vice Chancellor of University of Wolverhampton, Head of HR UoW (both as Deputy Chair of Governors)
  • Restructuring and appointment of Head of Collections, Avoncroft Museum (as a Trustee)
  • Recruitment of regional chairs and committe members of HLF (as a Trustee of the National Heritage Memorial Fund.)
  • Appointment of Director, Imperial War Museum North (consultant in support of the DIrector General)

Retaining high performers

Are your high performers frustrated or under stretched? Would the first thing you knew about it be their resignation letter? We can help you to clarify what is important to them and how to achieve satisfaction.

Promoting new managers

Some people find it hard to move from being a technical expert to a management role. They may not find the “politics” that they encounter easy to understand. Sometimes people are ready for their first management or strategic role, but just need to change up a gear in a certain area – for example confidence at meetings, seeing multiple view points, handling disagreements, raising their profile.