At the beginning of this year, we were entrusted by a Taiwan-funded electronics company to find a general manager for its branch in Vietnam. This company is a world-renowned enterprise specializing in the production of microelectronics. The position was filled on that time, but the company leaders thought the current manager cannot adapt to the management under the current scale. As a result, it urgently needed a manager who is familiar with Vietnamese customs and team management experience.
Through our extensive search, several senior executives from multinational enterprises have expressed interests in this position. After strict selection and evaluation of candidates according to customer needs, we targeted at a senior manager working in a Taiwan-funded electronics company. We contacted with him very smoothly. The candidate is 37 years old, fluent in Vietnamese, and has ever worked and lived in Vietnam for 6 years. He has rich team management experience and very good reputation in the industry. This candidate has a strong sense of entrepreneur spirit, considerable connections in Vietnam and hopes for long-term development in Vietnam. By understanding the candidates from many aspects, we found that the candidate really meet the requirements of the client, so we arranged a meeting between him and our client. They felt like old friends at the first meeting and had a very pleasant conversation.
The talent was finally identified. However, we are quite worried about the localized adaptation of the airborne talent’s landing. So we provided consulting services to the client, so that they can fully understand the efficient working style of professional managers and cooperate with corporate reforms. The talent smoothly passed the adaptation period, and created a huge profit for the enterprise.