Cabot Consultants is currently ranked by Forbes as the #14 Best Executive Recruiting Firm in the US with global reach to talent in 45+ countries via our worldwide affiliation with IRC. This marks the fourth year in a row that Cabot has been ranked in the top 25 firms in the country!
Our partners have 100+ years of combined experience recruiting C-level executives across our functional and industry practices.
“I have worked both with Tom Berray and Gary Roberts for several high-level recruitments. I previously had various interactions with other very well known, large search firms and none of them have given me the level of attention and understanding I got from both Tom and Gary. They do an excellent job at representing my company and selling the opportunity when they interview candidates. They do good assessments to identify candidates who can be a good match both in terms of skills and culture and they do not try to impose a candidate when it's not a very good fit. I have already recommended Cabot to friends and I will not hesitate to do it again.”
On 27 and 28 April, IRC Global Executive Search Partners hosted virtual roundtables with human resource, marketing, product and technology leaders of industrial automation and supply-chain logistics powerhouses based in North America, Asia Pacific and Europe, to discuss how the accelerated adoption of technology and restrictions on travel over the past year have altered the workplace environment.
On 20 and 22 April 2021, IRC Global Executive Search Partners hosted virtual roundtables with leaders of non-governmental organizations from the Americas, APAC, Africa and Europe to discuss how the changing political and economic landscape is requiring a new approach to fundraising and commercial partnerships as part of its Future Leaders for a Sustainable World series.
On 7 April 2021, IRC Global Executive Search Partners convened a virtual roundtable featuring HR and D&I leaders representing top organizations across APAC and EMEA and moderated by Niamh O'Driscoll of IRC Ireland. The discussion centered on the leadership response to the SARS-CoV-2 threat that emerged in 2020, building a diverse and inclusive talent pipeline and the importance of D&I within a progressive and proactive environment, social and governance (ESG) framework.