Our recruitment experience in executive search
For leaders, doing the right thing in the here and now is just as important as realising a future vision. Being able to meet this challenge requires integrity, empathy, creativity and courage – qualities that, as an established executive-level professional – we know you have.
We understand that career pathways aren’t set in stone. Finding the right role takes careful consideration – as a lifelong partner on your career journey, we’re with you each step of the way. We’re passionate about supporting your career – discovering what’s truly important to you, what your motivators are, and what you want to achieve next.
We have an exemplary track record in identifying and successfully placing executives, including c-suite, chair and other non-executive roles, as well as a range of specialist and challenging positions on a retained basis.
Our 18 years of regional headhunting experience for a range of commercial and public sector organisations means we’re able to match you to high-calibre leadership roles that will challenge and satisfy you.
Employers we work with to recruit c-suite jobs
We have proudly helped hundreds of organisations across the Middle East source and recruit for those difficult to fill senior roles. Our clients range from multinational and listed corporations to specialist consultancies, SWFs, SMEs, government and semi-government organisations and emerging businesses.
EXECUTIVE JOBS FAQs
In today’s complex operating environments, organisations succeed not because leaders “drive activity” or are technical experts, but because they maximise human capital.
Leaders can identify what technical skills someone on the team must have, and what high level expertise and performance looks like. However, they don’t always need to be the source of technical competence themselves.
The role of a leader is to keep pace with the latest technological developments and ensure that any new technology is integrated into their teams as seamlessly as possible.
The questions leaders need to ask are those that invite teams to come together and explore opportunities that as an organisation, you might not have yet considered:
- What emerging unmet needs of our customers could create the opportunity for new business?
- How can we move from one-size-fits-all products and services to personalising the experience to each customer?
- How can we develop supply networks that would be more flexible in responding to unanticipated disruptions in production or logistics?
- How could we leverage third party services and experience to address a broader range of our customer needs?