Whether or not a company is good at what they do is solely reflected in what their clients say about them. On this website, we are proud to share with you client videos and audio recordings and written comments from our executive clients describing their job search experiences with Stewart, Cooper & Coon.
We invite you to watch the videos of our clients discussing specific aspects of their search process with us. The audio recordings with our executives are short but powerful. Both, audio and video interviews are conducted with executives we helped into their new careers. These interviews are between the client and Fred Coon, CEO-Stewart, Cooper & Coon. In these interviews, Fred asks them questions about the services they received from us, their perspective on the employment market in general, and the SC&C search process itself. You may also choose to read the letters and emails from our clients to their team members or to Fred. We have also included notes from Fred’s LinkedIn recommendations. On this website, you can see all of these, and more.
You have a perfect chance to gain an insight into the current job market faced by executives in job transition. You can learn directly from those who were successful as to what objections they faced to their candidacy and what they did to overcome those objections by working with their SC&C team.
You can learn how they used SC&C interview and negotiation tactics to increase the number of interviews they received, improve their financial packages, and how we helped them move move to the next level in their careers. Just click on the navigation bars at either the top of side of each page to get new perspectives on Stewart, Cooper & Coon and client reviews of our Executive Placement, Executive Coaching, Outplacement, and Executive Job Transition services.
Finally, any client may leave a comment on this website. We care about our clients and they care about us. The videos, the audio recordings and the multiple letters we receive demonstrate this.
Isn’t that the way a business relationship should be?