Drew is goal oriented.
And that’s putting it mildly.
It all started when he was 4 years old and started playing organized ice hockey. He was so good at it, he played 4 years of NCAA college hockey on scholarship.
“My hockey experiences,” he says, “taught me quite a bit—how to work as a team, how to be aggressive and how not to quit until you reach your goal.”
Not surprisingly, around the office he uses the word “win” a lot. “It’s important to create a winning environment and that starts with a full understanding of the needs of candidates and clients.” Matching them up for mutual gain is what he calls (what else?) a “win-win situation.”
With this attitude, his organizational skills and a natural ability to place people in the right positions at the right time, it’s no wonder Drew’s clients, candidates and team members are all so successful.
It’s what we like to call the recruiting hat trick.
When not working, Drew treasures his time with family, and plays golf as often as he can. But whether he is aiming at a golf ball, a hockey puck or tackling his latest recruiting challenge, one thing is for sure—Drew plays to win.