Titan Talent Partners, an Executive Search and Talent Management Consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Christine Goodson is joining the firm as a Managing Partner. Christine brings over 20 years of experience empowering organizations to transform themselves through the efficient and effective deployment of People, Process and Technology. She has extensive experience in lean business systems and industrial manufacturing and has successfully transformed, top graded, and realigned global Fortune 500, acquisition, intensive, decentralized, and disparate organizations.

Prior to joining Titan, Christine held the position of Vice President, Talent and Organizational Development, for Colfax. In addition, she served as VP of Talent Acquisition for SPX, and has successfully ran an Executive Search practice for five years. Christine has been both architect & implementer of global talent strategies and best-in-class in talent management systems. She has a deep background in continuous improvement and lean and was trained directly by the President and CEO of Shingijutsu Ltd to drive organizational performance improvement.

Christine is an expert in executive search across a variety of industries. Her unique value in this space is that she understands the internal and external dynamics of search and has been directly involved in recruiting over 300 executives. Using a rigorous search, assessment, candidate and stakeholder management process, she drives differential outcomes measured in terms of leadership performance, cultural fit, and retention.

“We are pleased to welcome Christine as a Partner to our firm! We know that with her extensive background in executive search and corporate talent management that she will add tremendous value to our clients and our firm. She has consistently set an enviable leadership example for the organizations she has worked with, and we look forward to having her enable strategic transformation for Titan’s clients,” said Todd Maners, Managing Partner of Titan Talent Partners.

SOURCE: Press release