The Government Practice Group at Amrop Carmichael Fisher has a significant successful record in identifying and attracting talent locally, nationally and across the globe.
Our knowledge of the Government sector combined with our ability to add cross-border search has differentiated us from other more locally focused firms for many years.
Government agencies are increasingly looking to source executive talent with a blend of relevant commercial and public sector experience. Amrop Carmichael Fisher has established extensive networks within both the public and private sectors, and with a very good understanding of Government appointments at the executive and Board level, we are well positioned to respond with talented candidates who bring experience in both sectors. Our rigorous assessment methodology and our understanding of Government, including diversity, ensure a seamless and responsive service.
Amrop Carmichael Fisher has an excellent reputation in the Government sector that extends across a number of states and federally.
Wise Decision-Making: Stepping Up to Sustainable Performance
The life of a leader has never been tougher. And despite the best efforts of many, trust remains fragile. Leadership today is filled with difficult social, environmental and ethical dilemmas. Based on the input of 363 business leaders, this global Amrop study gauges the current health of leadership decision-making, to support the journey from smart to wise.
Digitisation on Boards - 4th Edition
The Keys to High Performance
Examining digitisation through the eyes of digital leaders, we ask: What are successful digital executives (and their organisations) doing better? Where can digital executives and non-executive boards focus — and win?
Joining a Storm-hit Crew - Tips for Managing the Executive's Onboarding
Surprising though it may seem at the current time, senior executives are continuing to accept job offers, and are getting to sit in their new chairs for the first time. This said, they’re more likely to be occupying their old chairs at home, preparing meals and homeschooling the kids. How can we manage onboarding in these circumstances?