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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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Does management stifle leadership?

I very rarely read an article which I agree with all of it, but the article quoted below I definitely do. The need for organisational,...

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Flexible and agile working is still tricky for management

For the past five years I have worked in a flexible way, putting in the hours at different times of the day - pretty much in line with...

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Sales leaders need to be the best coaches

I have been using the same line about sales leadership for a number of years now, in sales we need to look carefully at what generates...

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Don't let uncertainty stop your strategic planning

It's most definitely an unprecedented situation UK businesses find themselves in at the minute and an organisation that works across...

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The psychological impact of poorly executed change

I do actually agree that the starting point for planning change is a commercial one, at the end of the day with out commercial successes...

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