We provide seven areas of experience and expertise, all of which can be related to each other


  • Using our extensive industry knowledge, contacts and expertise drawn from circa 250 senior executive assignments, assisting recruit the correct persons for senior appointments globally.

  • Developing succession plans and on-going support strategies.

  • Identifying the appropriate business culture, and then developing and implementing the resulting change programme.

  • Improving performance through personal development.

  • Designing remuneration and benefits policies and strategies.

  • Working in partnership to develop a winning top team.

  • Addressing stress management.

Other Services

People Case Studies

A New Beginning

It is sometimes the case that ETL is approached to undertake the most enjoyable of coaching assignments - assisting a successful entrepreneur who has realised the financial rewards of his or her own endeavours decide where next to take their life.  This was the case during...

A Pause for Thought

Approached recently by a rapidly growing engineering firm in the aerospace & defence sector to discuss the recruitment of a Deputy as a potential successor to the CEO in a few years’ time, the following are examples of the types of questions we ask our clients to consider...

Taking Back Control

In the Spring of 2015, on the launch of ETL, we approached the CEO of a £40M aerospace manufacturing company that, with several sites in the UK and China, employed circa 500 people and supplied such significant global clients as Airbus and Bombardier.  The company was part of...

A New Portfolio

In 2016 the Vice-Chancellor of a well-known British University and highly respected international Business School approached ETL for assistance to prepare for, and find, a commercial non-executive appointment to add to his existing pro-bono appointment...

Journey of Discovery

During early 2015 the Institute of Directors commenced a 12-month trial entitled ‘Develop a Director’.  The intention was to assist less experienced members of the Institute ‘learn’ from their more experienced and relevant colleagues in a mentee : mentor relationship.