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Message from our Managing Partner

Leonel van Aldere de Mendonça

It has become more apparent than ever that companies live or die by the strategies of the board and senior management. Focusing on short term gains and applying high risk strategies, that have not been thoroughly tested, have taken their toll. The search for scarce talent to safeguard stakeholder’s interests has become more difficult and business critical than ever before.

In today’s market clients need grounded high flyers who are not only creative visionaries able to flourish under challenging conditions, but above all individuals whose careers are based on stable foundations, professionalism and strong ethics.

At DMD Consulting we understand that it is just as important to correctly assess a candidate’s suitability in terms of intellectual integrity, cultural fit and motivation as it is to identify one with the right professional experience and qualifications.

Our consultative approach to talent acquisition coupled with our understanding of sector specific requirements and a genuine interest in our client's history, organisation, culture and competitive environment makes us an evident partner for savvy clients looking to acquire talent.

By continuing to hold firm to our core values;

  • Partnering for the long term

  • Taking ownership for what we deliver

  • A passion for excellence

  • High standards of quality results

  • Listening and providing bespoke solutions

  • Professional ethics

It is our objective to maintain our position as partner of choice for a selective group of clients, on the acquisition and development of their businesses most critical resource; talented senior executives.