Signium is a global executive search and leadership consulting firm, helping clients around the world make the right decisions at moments of strategic importance.
Celebrating 70 years of experience, we are experts in helping clients recruit, develop and retain the best leadership teams. This means we don’t just find talent – we advise senior business leaders on developing their skills, their people and their organizations.
Our clients operate all around the world, and so do we. With offices in 30 countries, we combine global reach with deep local knowledge to exceed our clients’ needs – whenever, wherever, whatever. During periods of significant change, we give our clients the edge when shaping their futures.
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Executive search consortium Signium appointed Stéphanie Engels and Alexander de Freitas as new co-leaders of the global technology practice. Based in Zurich, Ms. Engels has developed new business models and coached intrapreneurs as well as partner start-ups. As a partner at Signium, she is experienced in defining new business models with different types of partners (big companies, SMEs and start-ups)
Executive search consortium Signium today will announce the election of its new board of directors: Annelize van Rensburg, director of executive search in Johannesburg, South Africa will be elected chair, and Piotr Pilecki, managing partner in Wroclaw, Poland will be elected as vice chair. Signium also will add Felipa Xara-Brasil, senior partner in Lisbon, Portugal; Aleksander Montalbetti,
Even in the face of a global pandemic, executive search consultants are seeing an increase in hiring mandates from around the world. To meet demand, they continue to develop new practices, hire new recruiters and open new locations. Global recruiting consortiums, meanwhile, are taking advantage of a resurgence in certain geographic areas. Recently, executive search
Even in the face of a global pandemic, executive search consultants are seeing an increase in hiring mandates from around the world. To meet demand, they continue to develop new practices, hire new recruiters, and open new locations. Global recruiting consortiums, meanwhile, are taking advantage of a resurgence in certain geographic areas. Recently, executive search consortium Signium strengthened
(June 14, 2021) Signium, one of the world’s leading executive search and leadership consulting partnerships, announces the appointment of Stéphanie Engels and Alexander de Freitas as new co-leaders of the Global Technology Practice. As a partner at Signum Switzerland, Stéphanie supports companies in finding and hiring the right leaders for the future. She holds a
(Jan. 19, 2021) Signium announces Manuel Gómez Uriarte has joined its Mexico City office as Managing Partner responsible for the firm’s growth and positioning in Mexico. Manuel joins one of the country’s key Human Resources consulting firms, including talent management, executive search, and overall human resources advisory and consulting. “We are excited to welcome Manuel
(Nov. 2020) One of the longest standing executive search and leadership advisory firms in Ireland, Signium has a deep-rooted understanding and experience of Irish business across a number of industries and specialisms gained over decades of relationship building and partnering with clients in helping to build their leadership teams. “There was a stark rationale for
Research questioned over 650 Business and HR leaders across 13 93% of business leaders plan to use Executive Search in recruiting for senior roles. Only 30% of HR Leaders, globally, are confident their In-House Recruitment always finds the best possible candidates for senior positions. The top priorities when deciding how to hire for senior roles
June 24, 2020 – Equality is the ultimate goal of Diversity & Inclusion Research questioned over 650 Business and HR leaders across 13 countries 91% say that D&I contributes positively to business performance But senior leaders still need to be held more accountable for D&I Listed companies are 10% more likely to commit to D&I