HELPING ORGANIZATIONS BUILD SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP TEAMS

Specializing in retained search, Abeln, Magy, Underberg & Associates is committed to a more personal, dedicated and comprehensive approach to executive recruitment.

Thriving professional and executive teams do not happen by chance. Sometimes it is about “who you know.” But more often, it’s about partnering with executive search firm experts who are dedicated to finding, recruiting and connecting the right people—the exceptional ones.

Forbes list of Best Executive Recruiting Firms for 2021

Retained Search

Our process is methodical, tenacious and thorough. We’re committed to it because time and again, it has produced successful, long-lasting results for countless organizations across industries and team types around the globe. read more about how we work...

Integrity

We’re genuinely good people, and we’re resolute about operating with integrity. Our reputation depends on us protecting the best interests of our clients and the confidentiality of our candidates; we adhere to a strict code of ethics. read more about how we work...

Dedicated Search Team

We’re dedicated to the success of our client companies and to each other. We’re a team of seven, bringing a combined 100 years of expertise to the table. We’re based in Minneapolis, MN, and our reach is international. meet the team...

From Our Blog

Latest Posts

  • 2 Dimensional Versus 3 Dimensional Interaction

    With each candidate call we make, regardless of the search – across all industries and functions, the first question we get relates to where work will take place.  The questions are varied but all have the same theme: Is hybrid an option? ...

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  • Thank you for a fantastic year!

    2022 – a wild year for Abeln, Magy, Underberg & Associates.  We continued to see high activity in the job market.  What does that mean? Three of our searches at the start of this year (from three different industries and in three different...

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  • People keep asking . . . . .

    When I turned 63 (and I am now 65), people started asking me about my retirement plans.  No one asked before I turned 63.  Interestingly, the number of questions I get on this topic have decreased as I have ‘passed through’ 63.  Let me answer ....

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