"Known as the recruiter’s recruiter, Karmae understands the needs and objectives of businesses."
KARMAE CIPRIOTTI FAHR
President/Chief Executive Officer
Executive Search Specialist
Executive search and recruitment expert, business consultant and entrepreneur, executive coach, trainer and mentor, Karmae brings depth and breadth to The Fahr Group (TFG) as its principal executive. With 30-plus years’ experience, Karmae heads TFG successfully matching candidates with clients from vice president- to chief officer-level positions.
Known as the recruiter’s recruiter, Karmae understands the needs and objectives of businesses from start-ups and non-profits to Fortune 500 and 100 corporations. Over the years, she’s developed a wide network of industry and community connections that enable her to strategically and effectively consummate a search.
With a penchant for excellence, Karmae maintains high standards of accuracy, integrity, and efficiency with an urgency to meet client needs promptly. Also, she applies her expertise to consult with leaders on hiring practices, on-boarding and retention programs. And she’s developed training modules to assist other professionals with the multiple steps required in the hiring process.
Not least, as the company overseer, Karmae conceived and implemented TFG’s mission, vision and direction, formulating strategic plans and goals to ensure success while cultivating a respectful culture, enriched by a thriving remote business model.
Karmae holds a bachelor of arts degree from Purdue University and coaching certifications in leadership and talent management, and executive coaching. In addition, Karmae is a founding member of The International Association of Coaches and a member of Christian Coaches Network International.
Just ask our clients. They know, first-hand…
Karmae’s ability to listen well, ask insightful questions and then follow through systematically — with energy and focus — were impressive.
— Market Research & Analytics, CEO
What Fast-Moving Companies
Summary. Lack of speed has been troubling companies for decades. The difference is that, today, with everything moving so much faster, a lack of speed can mean more than just a few missed opportunities — it can put companies in a very precarious position, especially those in markets where they face competitors that can sense and respond far more quickly. Slow-moving companies increasingly will find themselves fighting for relevance or, in some cases, pure survival — and leaders know it.
Companies that recognize the competitive advantage of speed do four things differently:
1) They rely on data (and know how to make sense of it); 2) They empower localized decision-making; 3) They reward speed over perfection; and 4) They create powerful ecosystems around the seamless exchange of data.
“I feel the need…
the need for speed!”
This iconic line sets the tone for the original Top Gun movie, but it just as well could be the mantra for today’s chief executive officers. CEOs everywhere find their organizations struggling to keep up with the quickening pace of change in everything — from customer expectations to business concepts to societal trends — and it’s preventing companies from truly maximizing value.
Primarily driven by technology, especially mobile and social, ideas now propagate throughout the world with lightning speed.
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