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WHERE WE CAME FROM We didn’t start out to reinvent the recruitment industry but rather refine it and add value by taking a consultative approach to executive search. We started with the aim of focusing entirely on the customer, steering away from cold recruitment strategies so we could concentrate on our passion – connecting real people. Situated in a rural setting surrounded by beautiful countryside, we wanted to define a strong team culture by providing the best possible working environment for our employees. Despite the close-knit team we’ve created here, our business spans far and wide, both nationally and internationally. WHO WE ARE Our people have always been an integral part of the ever-growing Collingwood family and we surround ourselves with experienced, dynamic professionals. Our ethos is present in everything we do, from finding you the perfect candidate to investing in our own staff. We don’t just sell our values, we practice what we preach - putting all who work here at the heart of everything we do.

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3 questions to ask yourself when you're stuck

We've all been there. Stuck on the hamster wheel, uncertain which way to go next, so we pedal round, and round, and round.

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Taking the mystery out of leadership

I stumbled onto this article today and it really made me chuckle, a leadership lesson in the context of a cartoon. 

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Neurodiversity as a competitive advantage

Companies and leaders are realising the opportunity of neurodiversity. Certain roles and tasks are more easily accomplished, and to a...

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What sets successful CEOs apart

There is never a one-size-fits-all approach to being a successful CEO - the context, both internal and external affects performance and...

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Tell them we built this!

There have been many articles written about Sir Howard’s time/achievements at Manchester City Council, quite rightly so, his story is...

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Can you really rally the troops via email?

For those of us involved in business development, I would ask you this question - have you ever won a substantial piece of business...

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North West infrastructure unsatisfactory

The report from the CBI has just been released and if it were a school report it may read 'could do better'! However, I feel there is a...

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Ask lodges £300m Manchester towers proposal

Carillion subsidiary Ask Real Estate has lodged plans for a major £300m development next to Manchester’s landmark Beetham Tower.

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Easter food and gift spending to reach nearly £4bn

The long Easter weekend is upon us. The Easter period seems to be bringing even more growth and opportunity to the Retail market. Sales...

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Process alone can't create strategy

A bit of a negative title, in actual fact this is a good article and worth a read but it does raise an issue in my mind that must be...

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Climate, culture and purpose

The systems and techniques we use at Collingwood are based on neuroscience, empirically evidenced and academically validated. 

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A major Consultancy championing Offsite & DfMA

As my recent posts within social media attest to, I have been entrenching myself in offsite technologies over the past few months.

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Diversity - it's good for business

I mean surely its an obvious one, if everyone is the same, with the same views, values, attitudes and skills doesn't that make for a much...

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Brexit might rejuvenate your growth strategies

When you manage to get past all the drama reported in the news there are glimmers of opportunity and positives starting to emerge. It...

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