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Radu  Stanescu

Radu Stanescu

Managing Partner

Atanas Galchev

Atanas Galchev

Managing Partner

We believe in empowering people and building a future based on leadership and talent. We identify and recruit top talent for companies, locally and internationally.
IRC Global Executive Search Partners has more than 300 accomplished executive search professionals in 80+ offices across 6 continents.

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“It is always difficult to recruit for top management jobs. So, we decided to talk with one of the most experienced professionals in this industry. The results exceeded our expectations. I wanted the process to be fast, transparent and effective and it was. I recommend Radu for his experience, professional approach and especially attitude in the process.”

Marius Meleșteu, General Manager Strauss South Central Europe
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1tedjob - empowering recruiting platform

In 2016, we launched a complex recruiting platform, meant to bring together great talent and excellent companies. The platform is currently available only in the Romanian and Bulgarian markets. 1tedjob is built to increase the productivity and efficiency of the recruitment process. The platform allows companies to conduct video interviews with a better view of the candidates and to allow candidates to stand out based on their skills, CV's, and test results. Learn more about our platform from the video below.

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Insights

Will 2019 & 2020 Be Better for Women?

Warren Carter, IRC USA and Mexico - The QualiFind Group

Female executives and politicians in the US have reason to view their future with renewed optimism. Recent events show a shift towards competence and away from bias.

Professor Pookong Kee on the Higher Education System in Australia and Asia

Rohan Carr, IRC Australia

Professor Pookong Kee, currently Director of the University of Melbourne's Asia Institute has recently been appointed as the next BHP Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University. Professor Kee brings a unique perspective with his extensive experience at senior levels both in Australia and within Asia. We recently caught up with Professor Kee and discussed emerging issues in higher education in the region.

Can Emotional Intelligence Improve Your Job Change?

Melissa Nielson, IRC Japan

Changing jobs can be a challenging process. From interview anxiety to long waiting periods without a response, changing jobs can begin to take a toll on you. Fortunately, developing and understanding Emotional Intelligence (EI) can make this process easier. EI has been increasingly discussed because of its importance in effective leadership, however, emotional intelligence applies to all aspects of life including changing jobs.