Steve Bond, Search Consultant for the MGA/Insurance division of TCG, was pleased to join over 4900 professionals at the WSIA Annual Marketplace earlier this month. It was a busy three days of meeting and networking! “It was a pleasure to meet with the Presidents and CEO’s of all the companies I have done business with, and for those that I have not seen for a while, it was nice to catch up,” said Steve.
Steve looks forward to building new relationships with those he met f
The Carlisle Group (TCG) once again attended the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) Convention in Washington DC’s National Harbor from September 22nd through the 25th. It was the 124th anniversary for the NAMIC Convention, and Senior Search Consultants Marc Gyimesi, Maury Hennessy, and Brian Schrift (all of TCG) joined hundreds of insurance industry leaders from across the United States and Canada. As always, this year’s NAMIC convention provided an e
In two recent events, the TCG crew was able to give of its most valuable resource, its time! First, on Friday, September 6th, several members of the team joined the United Way of the Capital Region for its annual Day of Caring event in Harrisburg. This was the team's second year in a row volunteering to make city homes safer by doing door-to-door smoke alarm checks and installations with the American Red Cross. Then, on Monday, September 16th, we joined the Cumberland Area Ec
The August Employment Situation showed a nonfarm payroll employment increase of 130,000, which comes off the heels of a higher increase of 164,000 jobs for July. Notably, this missed estimates by economists and media publications that predicted higher job growth for the month. More specifically, CNBC reported that Wall Street estimates suggested there would be an increase of 150,000 jobs. Along with that, the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.7%, which was expected. I
When it comes to interviewing, there is often the assumption that hiring managers know how to interview candidates in a meaningful way that provides clarity around applicants’ expertise and overall fit with open roles. However, depending on their experience interviewing, managers can be just as nervous as candidates. After all, hiring managers are human too. That’s why it’s important for new or inexperienced managers to be very well prepared to avoid any possible jitters. “If