- Office: Taylor Winfield - Dallas
- Location: Dallas (TX), United States
- Fields: Business & Professional Services, Consumer Goods, Energy, Utilities & Mining, Retail / Wholesale, Technology, Telecommunication & Media
Connie Adair has been a Principal in Penrhyn International since Taylor Winfield joined the network in 2007.
As CEO of Taylor Winfield since 1994, Connie has had a long and distinguished career in creating and establishing “best practices” for executive search methodology. Connie’s talent and expertise have uniquely positioned Taylor Winfield – delivering the broad reach of a multi-national firm yet with the agility and responsiveness of a specialty boutique. She has led the company into double-digit growth, increasing annual revenues by an average of 26 percent over the last four years, while earning the highest closure rate in the industry. She is known for building strong relationships across boards, networks, clients and her community.
As the recently appointed Chairman of Penrhyn International, Connie is at the forefront of executive search and human capital management, not only in the United States but across the globe. A thought-leader in the industry, Connie is a lecturer at the eMBA program of SMU Cox School of Business and expert panelist for various organizations on executive leadership and board readiness. She also lends her limitless energy and talent to several non-profit boards throughout the United States, including Watermark for exceptional women leaders in the Silicon Valley, Attitudes & Attire™ in Dallas, Desert Research Institute of Nevada, and the holding company of Sacred Spade in San Antonio.
“I am proud to say that Taylor Winfield is pioneering a new approach to human capital management. We are now more than just an extension of an organization’s recruiting efforts. We are a strategic partner working with key leadership to ensure alignment with the organization’s business strategies. It is our role to identify and place the world-class talent that will help an organization achieve optimum results.”