Retained Executive Search

Summit Talent Group’s team of experienced professionals engages in a six step process to ensure we can accurately represent your culture, vision, mission, goals, strategy and governance structure when identifying and recruiting top-level talent to your organization. Summit Talent Group embraces diversity and inclusion in managing all of our executive searches.

Mid-Level Leadership Search

Clients that are accustomed to the thoroughness of an executive search should have the same experience when placing mid-level managers and individual contributors; commonly, clients rely on “contingency” search to address this pain point, but are oftentimes dissatisfied with the level of service and candidate talent. We offer “con-tainer” search services that blend both contingency and retained search attributes, mirroring the best practices associated with an executive search, and ensuring your “next-level” leaders are identified for succession and growth.

Interim Executive

When an unplanned or unexpected executive or leadership position becomes vacant, the complexities of delivering health care to patients require immediate replacement of talent. Summit Talent Group offers access to highly skilled health care professionals, conversant in industry trends, compliance, turn-around, performance improvement and consulting, who can step in to your organization and fulfill the urgent executive and leadership needs in the areas of clinical, financial, operations, human resources, revenue cycle, and communications.

Doctors Community Hospital
"I could not be more pleased with the process and outcome."
Baylor, Scott & White
"I have had the opportunity to be both a candidate and client of the Summit Talent Group."

MEET OUR TEAM OF EXPERTS

Leaders in Executive Talent Acquisition

Seth Lee Summit Talent Group

Seth Lee

President

Mary Lou Howe Summit Talent Group

Mary Louise Howe

Vice President

Joann Sherrer Summit Talent Group

Joann D. Sherrer-Fornoff

Vice President

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