Nick Culley is responsible for the recruitment of Executive level finance roles across Cambridgeshire. He joined Pure in 2004 having spent 7 years with a national consultancy. Nick has an extensive network of clients and candidates in the Cambridge area and has an in-depth knowledge of the Cambridge business community.
Employers passionate about developing their organisation’s culture, engagement levels and workplace environment can now register to take part in Best Employers Eastern Region 2020 and book a place at the launch event.
Imposter syndrome is used to describe the secret worry that you are not really good enough, experienced enough or equipped enough, and that you will be ‘found out’ and exposed as an imposter at some point.
With the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor creating exciting growth opportunities, we have taken our first significant step to building the best Technology Leadership network in the Eastern region and to provide additional support for the people behind the fast-growing, innovative businesses significantly fuelling our region’s economy.
I’m based in Pure’s Chelmsford office and I lead on the recruitment and placement of Executive level Accountancy and Finance roles across Essex. My main focus is recruiting Chief Financial Officers, Finance Directors and Financial Controllers, and my clients range from privately owned to investment backed and public limited companies.
We were extremely proud to once again be co-sponsors of the Best Employer category at the 2019 Suffolk Business Awards. Our congratulations go to StrategiQ as the overall winners, and also to the extremely well-deserved finalists Morgan Sindall, BDO LLP and Red7Marine
Pure, the East of England’s leading professional recruitment specialist, has promoted Jodie Woodrow to Business Director.
With the potential economic impact of Brexit still unknown, the subject of leadership during uncertain times is frequently being raised.
Employee satisfaction and employee engagement are sometimes used interchangeably. While both are imperative to an organisation’s people strategy, it is employee engagement that drives business performance. That is why it is important to understand the difference before making any strategic decisions about evolving workplace culture.
While all recruitment decisions are important, choosing the right executive leaders or board members can be one of the most challenging tasks a company can face. Senior appointments can have a significant impact on the strategic direction of a business and on the levels of employee engagement and motivation to deliver the planned vision of success.