Charlotte joined Tyler & Company in 2009 and currently serves as a Senior Consultant. She has more than 20 years of leadership experience in human resources and retained executive search. Her experience in retained search includes recruitment and placement of senior level executives in healthcare and other industries for public, private, non-profit and international organizations. Charlotte’s expertise in the executive search industry and her ability to assess and attract candidates has helped guide superior organizations to obtain top talent in areas of general management (president/CEO), finance, technology, HR, sales, marketing and operations. Charlotte also has previous experience as a Senior Manager overseeing human resources, technology, facilities, operations and risk management.
Charlotte received her B.S. Degree, with honors, from the University of South Florida in the areas of Human Resources and Business Management. She is an active community volunteer and a graduate of Leadership Tampa Bay. Charlotte is certified as a Research Associate through the Association of Executive Search Consultants.
Interview with Charlotte
Q: Tell us how your career began and how you ended up where you are now.
A: “I spent my early career in the legal field and gained a broad array of professional experience through providing exceptional client service and managing projects, human resources, technology, visual exhibits, risk, facilities and business operations.”
After spending several years as a legal administrator, Charlotte realized she most enjoyed the recruitment aspects of human resources.
“Luckily, fate was on my side, and a neighbor who was involved in the retained search industry recruited me. My initial work in the search industry involved research, developing organizational charts, and project management for clients in the technology, financial services, manufacturing and private wealth arenas. Since joining Tyler & Company in 2009, my efforts have been focused on managing retained executive search projects for hospitals and health care systems.”
Q: Tell us an interesting fact about yourself.
A: “I am a 3rd generation native of Tarpon Springs, Florida and a Florida Pioneer descendant.”
Q: What do you love most about your job?
A: “I am energized by the intellectual strategy and the processes utilized to find and attract talented individuals. Especially enjoyable is the open communication with candidates which can result in long term professional relationships and the presentation of opportunities for them to work within dynamic organizations.”
Q: How have you seen the healthcare industry change since the start of your career? How has it affected executive search?
A: “The healthcare industry must remain flexible as it moves from stand-alone hospitals and physician offices to large health systems, all while managing the transition to value-based billing. Executive search has become more complex due to the development of new and specialized roles that did not previously exist. We must creatively consider a variety of backgrounds to piece together the new desired skill set. I am proud that we are part of the solution in helping organizations find the talent they need to move to the next level in an ever-changing environment.”
Q: What is your best advice for a candidate going through the search process?
A: “Be yourself! View your conversations with a search consultant as a networking opportunity. Be honest about your goals and remain open to learning more about the opportunity and the marketplace.”
Q: What is your best advice for a client going through the search process?
A: “Be responsive. The market is moving at a fast pace and top talent is in high demand. Move as quickly as possible and take advantage of the opportunity to showcase your organizational and leadership attributes.”
Q: What makes Tyler & Company stand out from other search firms?
A: “Tyler is extremely client-centric and concurrently demonstrates great respect to candidates during the search process. Tyler’s professionals demonstrate the utmost integrity in all situations and do their best to make the search experience a pleasant one for all involved.”