Brian Cox

Director, Executive Search

As a Director of Executive Search, Brian brings a unique store of knowledge from his former senior leadership roles with Franklin Covey and CSX Corporation. Having led the Talent Acquisition and Organizational Development functions for a $4 billion private equity owned organization, Brian has a uniquely qualified perspective on crafting overall Human Resource strategies including Talent Acquisition, Employee Relations, OD and Learning & Development. 

 

In this role with eviCore Healthcare/Express/Cigna, Brian led a Talent Acquisition team responsible for hiring 1600 employees per year, then eventually focused on an RPO model for volume-based hiring. He also led an Organizational Development team responsible for the development of 500 managers/directors/vice presidents. His departure from corporate leadership to direct executive recruiting in the human resources practice for Blue Rock Search has provided a valuable injection of insightful industry specific knowledge to our team.  

 
 
 

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Brian is one of those people that seems to never stop “doing.” When he is not playing with his three young children, Brian and his wife enjoy the outdoors.  Now, his spare time is spent refurbishing a recently purchased century-old home. 

Never letting grass grow under his feet, Brian is the Co-Author of The 3 Keys of Execution, recommended by Inc. Magazine as one of the top 7 books for the summer of 2019 to change your life. 

When he takes some time for himself, Brian plays golf and says in his retirement that he “will play golf and do as much fishing as humanly possible!”

Brian lives in Tennessee with his wife Amanda and their 3 young children.

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Brian's Charity of Choice

“In 2019, one of my family’s best friends relied on the Ronald McDonald House to stay near her preemie baby because the hospital they needed to be at was in a different state. Without this amazing charity, they would not have been able to afford a place to stay for 4 months while their child was in the NICU.” 

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