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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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Food and drink exports hit record levels

Through attending a number of food trade shows in recent months, as well as seeing an increase in the export agendas with our clients, I...

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Confidence, the foundation of success

I really enjoyed reading this article, the quote below is a gem and I would agree that confidence is a large contributor to success. 

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Why hiring great people should be far more than a gut feeling

Whilst companies are clearly getting better at developing a robust and well thought through recruitment process, there are still far too...

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Helping HR Directors' improve their stakeholder relationships

Collingwood has come to the end of its financial year, which is a time for us as a business to review the past year looking at our new...

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Up over a weekend and mass job creation - Go offsite!

Whilst thumbing through the various regional papers the other day I fell upon this article.

In my local (market) town there has been...

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Leadership for the short, medium and long-term

I enjoyed reading this article, it highlights to me how fast things have changed over the last decade and the impact this has had on...

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Can change ever run smoothly?

I love the analogy in this article that during volatile change linear strategies don't work. 

The armed forces have learned that plans...

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Proof that using personality assessment tools when recruiting can really help your bottom line!

The use of personality assessment or psychometric tools in a recruitment process appears to still be "marmite" for the clients I discuss...

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The Top 10 Books Every Leader Must Read

Continuous learning is essential in any role, and having a 'growth mindset' is one of the key elements of leadership success. There's...

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Business transformation requires more than new strategy

It's a good article below discussing how a change in strategy or new business model also needs a change in mindset and I couldn't agree...

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'Pawternity leave' - firms with unusual staff benefits

What are some of the unusual perks that you get at work? I would be interested to hear what you have benefited from over the years.

Gone...

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Angel Meadow plans submitted

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The Skyscraper revolution is hitting Manchester.

Here is further evidence of the 'revolution', on...

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Neuroscience, learning styles and teamwork

We base our research on Neuroscience for a very good reason, every person interacts with the world in a different way and that comes down...

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The key to creating 'the dream top team'

A simple article here, but with a good core message. In challenging times, the differnece between success and failure is the people...

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Food and drink manufacturers 'inspire Britain' in new report

After attending a number of food and drink trade shows over recent months it is certainly evident that food and drink manufacturing...

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Galliford Try takes first league win in five years

The firm secured £438.5m-worth of wins during the month of April according to construction intelligence provider Glenigan, giving...

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Strategy, execution and delivering results

Ever heard these words "we just need to make it happen"? 

I have and what follows is either some head scratching or some (sometimes...

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New mayor Burnham appoints leadership team

Andy Burnham has launched his leadership team, which includes council leader Sir Richard Leese, after becoming Greater Manchester's first...

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Why you need to lead up, down and sideways

Many leadership programmes are focused on team leadership. But strong team leadership isn't enough to cause business and individual...

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What does the future of Executive Search look like?

This article by Marlin Hawk is spot on but I am not sure how many companies (clients) realise it yet!

I totally agree that the days of...

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So, you think you've got the right strategy?

A great question here; 'Can large companies be successful with less process and more delegated strategic thinking?'

Strategic development...

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Innovation should lead to a simple solution

I really enjoyed reading this article, an interview with Luke Mansfield from PepsiCo. His views on innovation are quit clear, the process...

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Preparing yourself for Option B

There's been much written about resilience... it's becoming a buzz-word relegated to the depths of learning and development programmes....

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Give new executives the best chance of success.

 My paper at university was on Onboarding, it is a topic that I find interesting and now working for a business that offers a great deal...

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