leading the search for board & executive talent
A global network
Warren Partners is a leading UK executive search firm, devoted to supporting and recruiting executive and non-executive directors across the UK and internationally. We search for executive and non-executive talent, unlock potential in people and organisations and build sustainable boards. With a global network we combine the benefits of a London boutique with regional strength and market-leading research.
Our suite of services ensures that we are best placed in assembling and balancing leadership teams across the UK and internationally. Matching our services to your precise needs and delivering the very best talent.
As one of the UK's largest independents we have the scale required to source, quality of service needed to engage, and the experience necessary to attract the best chair and non-executive directors in the market.
Warren Partners combines the benefits of a London boutique with regional strength and global, market-leading research. Our approach combines deep areas of market specialism across major industry sectors with rigorous process and commitment to both ethics and diversity.
Delivered by expert coaches, our specialist bespoke leadership coaching service helps leaders to identify and work on key priorities in order to accelerate their own performance. In addition we offer a tailored transition coaching service for leaders who are new in role.
Whether your current challenge is developing a diverse pipeline of talent; succession planning; internal talent assessment; benchmarking or simply gathering market insight to inform strategy, our range of bespoke consultancy solutions will provide the solution you need.
Our clients are progressive organisations committed to being the best at what they do and we are proud to partner with them.
"The search was delivered exactly; it was a model assignment with four candidates all of whom could have done the role and it came down to personal fit. It was managed well in terms of frequency of communication and there were concise progress reports and updates"