Aplin Executive Search consultants find senior management and executives who best fit your current business strategies and share your vision for the future – whether they are located across town or across the globe. We consider each executive search engagement unique. Beyond search, we offer services to assess your organizational culture and integrate your new leader while advising your executive leadership and/or board.
Our success is built on complete confidentiality, comprehensive service, and a deep commitment to client relationships. Search is what we do: we know the business and we take the time to know your business. Once you have experienced the advantage of Aplin Executive Search, you’ll never look anywhere else for your search and leadership needs.Contact Us Today
Aplin Executive Search is accredited with the Association of Executive Search Consultants, the professional body representing retained executive search consulting firms around the world. We proudly adhere to the Association’s Code of Professional Practice and follow their common outline. Our biggest source of pride is our ability to turn that initial working connection with a first-time client into a long-lasting and professional relationship.
We all have career goals. At Aplin Executive Search, we respect what you have accomplished to date and work with you to understand your competencies, experience, and drivers to help you achieve your career goals. Most importantly, we endeavour to build trusted, long-term confidential relationships with you by respecting your privacy and treating you as our valued partner. The relationships we build are powerful – often our candidates become our clients too!
International education is critical to Canada’s success which makes the expansion of global relationships an important skill at the executive level. Aplin Executive Search’s clients in both private and public educational institutions recognize the importance of tying their long-term success to an increasingly interconnected global economy.
Today’s energy and utility companies face intense market pressures and require executives who can manage through volatility.Aplin Executive Search serves the natural resources industries in mining, oil & gas, and forestry as well as public and private utility corporations including power, water, and alternative and renewable energy.
Aplin Executive Search believes that strong public entities and non-profits today are just as businesslike as any other organization and must have a clear vision, a sound governance process, and a strategic decision making system. We are dedicated to partnering with our clients to help them achieve these goals.
Strong leadership and communication skills, technical proficiency, and experience with change management are among the desired skills our clients in agriculture, construction and manufacturing share when partnering with Aplin Executive Search for their search and leadership consulting needs.
The financial services industry is under increased regulatory pressures making the need to attract strategic leaders who can manage through change and uncertainty more important than ever. Aplin Executive Search partners with clients across all key markets including asset management, banking, insurance, investment banking, and wealth management.
Healthcare is poised for tremendous growth in the coming years. Aplin Executive Search offers strategic search, executive succession planning, and board services designed specifically to address healthcare leadership across various sectors including biotechnologies, assisted living facilities, health insurance plans, hospitals and pharmaceuticals.
Major innovations taking place daily in the technology sector. Aplin Executive Search works with clients in telecom, Internet of Things and more to help them mobilize and stay ahead of their competition. We understand the need to make solid decisions on critical team members of your team while respecting your need to move quickly.
Energy & Utilities
Public Sector & Not-For-Profit
May 2, 2017
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