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Executive Search & Recruitment

Kloete Group's "Best in Class" recruiting process focuses on helping clients acquire the executive talent and leadership needed to meet and exceed their objectives.

Leadership Consulting

Retaining and developing your leadership talent requires an investment in your own human capital. We partner with our clients to improve retention and strategically develop their internal talent pool for sustained results.


We believe that our mission is to serve everyone that we work with.  This means serving & respecting our candidates also by using the golden rule of treating them as we would like to be treated, with dignity and respect.


At first I had my doubts, but I’m now a believer in both your service and your process. I wish all of my managers were as efficient at identifying objectives and achieving them quickly as you have. You filled all of our critical needs in much less time than we could ourselves!.

CEO Manufacturing firm Nashville, TN

Latest Blog Post

  • Do perfect candidates and perfect jobs really exist?

    Our culture strives for perfection on every level, whether it’s sports, entertainment, the arts or the employment market.

    Our clients retain us to find perfect candidates and every candidate is seeking that perfect role. Somehow we’ve all bought into the notion that the “perfect” job can be found, and that we can fill our open positions with a perfect candidate if we just look hard enough using the best resources.

    The problem is that companies are run by and employ people, and we all agree that once people get involved in anything, there will be flaws and imperfections, as recent news confirms.

  • A Change is Coming – Are you ready? by Rick Kloete

    In 1963 Sam Cook sang a song entitled, “A Change is Gonna Come”, and that theme is universal and timeless.

    More recently country Music star Tim McGraw had a hit a few years back entitled “Live like you were dying” which has always moved me.  It was inspired by the news he received about the illness of his father which ultimately motivated him to enjoy, and appreciate everything in his life a little bit more.  When the reality of his father’s impending passing hits him, it puts into perspective for him that life and all of the blessings in it don’t last forever and that our lives will come to an end someday.

    Have you ever heard someone say “the only two things that are certain are taxes and death”?  I’ve heard it more than once so it must be a commonly held belief.  Interesting that even though this is widely understood, some people still do not properly prepare for either.