Slayton Search Partners, a globally respected leader in retained executive search, is excited to announce that Taylor Wilson has joined the company as Vice President & Principal. Taylor will be focused on developing and expanding client relationships and recruiting key players within Slayton’s Industrial practice.
“I’m thrilled to join one of the most respected companies in executive search,” shared Taylor. “Slayton is a leader in the industry as well as an organization that truly cares about its employees. It’s an honor to join the team.”
Prior to joining Slayton, Taylor served as a Senior Executive Search Consultant for WilsonHCG, where he helped lead the North American retained search group and significantly impacted the bottom line through strategic sourcing. Before that, Taylor worked with Stiles Associates and Lucas Group after beginning his career with Pepsi/Frito Lay. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Georgia Southern University.
“Taylor has an impressive background as a strategic thinker with an inherent skill in establishing trust and rapport with clients and executive talent, making him a perfect fit for this company,” shared Richard Slayton, Managing Partner & CEO of Slayton Search Partners. “We’re excited to bring him onboard to leverage his experience.”
About Slayton Search Partners
Slayton Search Partners is a top retained executive search firm, serving some of North America’s most recognized companies. By focusing on a structure that balances the size needed to do the job with the size needed to deliver personal attention and service, Slayton avoids restrictions that limit traditional search firms. This helps transform the relationships with our clients into opportunities for high-quality solutions.
Our depth of expertise, along with three decades of success, allows us to deliver the results, but our focus on the client experience is what sets us apart. Your experience working with us is the foundation of who we are and what we do, because we understand your challenges, your pain points and the need to get things right.