Welcome to Baxter Neumann Insights, here to help you stay informed, in control and focused. Broaden your knowledge and widen your perspective on the most challenging issues facing organisation leaders. Through our regular communications with business and organisation leaders, we can share our valuable insights into today's leadership challenges, trends and the issues shaping decision-making for the future.

August 24, 2015

Baxter Neumann proud sponsors of this year’s Somerford Park International Horse Trials

One of our partners, Penny Harris, is a great equestrian follower and is seen competing Killawalla Spirit at this year’s event. Congratulations to the event organisers for hosting a great weekend and to all the competitors.
July 17, 2015

What the latest research tell us about the future of Executive Search?

  With the recruitment market growing 8.3% in 2014 and 25% growth forecast in 2015, Executive Search companies will continue to play a vital role in helping organisations search and assess the Leadership Talent they need to be competitive. However, […]
June 2, 2015

2015 Executive Search Report

REGISTER FOR YOUR COPY OF THE 2015 REPORT On the 11th June, Baxter Neumann will release our 2015 Executive Search report. Did you know, for example, that over 75% of the UK’s leading businesses are struggling to fill the talent […]
April 24, 2015

Baxter Neumann sponsors the Breast Cancer Campaign Pink Ribbon Ball

In the last twenty years, the campaign to overcome breast cancer has gone from strength to strength, and more women are outliving the disease than ever before. But, it’s still the most common form of cancer. The Pink Ribbon Ball […]
April 23, 2015

Job Interview: Why Only 3 Questions Really Matter

Even for the most fearless amongst us, job interviews can be nerve wracking. In order to give us the best chance of success we tend to prepare for many of the difficult questions we anticipate, questions like: Why should we […]
April 23, 2015

Why Consultants Should Be Accountable For Results, Not Recommendations

When I recently asked a group of MBA students to define what it meant to them to be a consultant, they quickly rattled off phrases such as “trusted advisor,” “problem-solver,” “objective third party,” and “subject matter expert.” What was interesting […]