After more than an hour of sitting through our “lesson” from Sir MRG, I am only even more eager to learn more. I got to learn about KSearch’s origin, fascinated about how it became a “small big company”, where it was then and where it is heading. My, even got to learn the difference between being “effective” and being “efficient”! How cool is that?
Happy to learn that there is room for continuous growth in a KSearch career. Not only did I learn about KSearch in broader perspective but I also picked up useful info about the economy, finance and values that can support my becoming a more professional individual in due course.
The thing I really appreciated about the orientation is MRG’s openness to us and his willingness to share his knowledge, especially as he stressed the need for quality work as a key ingredient to being professional. Our clients, he added, deserve quality work from us if we expect for them to be satisfied. Then there is that aspect about our being able to play a key role enhancing our candidates’ careers and making their lives better.
I especially liked it when he referred to our Horton partner Mr. Bob Lo’s comment about “the customer being king” and that such should not be the case. We are partners to our clients and should be appreciated for our professional work. Instead of being the so-called “headhunters”, MRG gave us a better tag as to what we do, really, which is that of being a “matchmaker”.