About Fabian Folly

Fabian Folly

Fabian, an Associate at Reckers & Griesbach, completed an apprenticeship as an industrial clerk, further training as an industrial clerk and a degree in Business Administration at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz. During his studies, his interest in recruitment led him to a leading engineering and IT service provider in the field of executive and professional search. Here he gained experience in the search and selection of specialists and managers. His practical training gave him a broad overview of the requirements of the labour market. With this background and the knowledge he has gained, Fabian now wants to successfully apply his skills and experience at Reckers & Griesbach. Fabian is fluent in German and English.

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3 questions for Fabian

Question 1: What has been your biggest learning experience in recent years?

Over the past few years, I have learnt to stay calm in stressful situations and not to let chaos take over. This experience has made me realise that there is a solution to every problem and that we can grow by overcoming challenges. It is important for me to integrate these insights into my everyday life and to keep a clear head even in stressful moments by acting calmly.

Question 2: Do you have a motto that can also be applied to your daily actions in the company?

My motto, which also applies to my daily actions in the company, is “Treat everyone the way you want to be treated”. I attach great importance to honesty and respect, as I am convinced that these values form the basis for successful interaction. I actively apply these principles in my professional environment and strive for respectful and transparent interaction with colleagues, superiors and customers.

Q3: What challenges or opportunities do you see for executive search over the next five years?

Looking at the next five years, I see both challenges and opportunities for the executive search industry. The skills shortage will undoubtedly be a key issue shaping the labour market. However, I see this as an opportunity for executive search to gain further importance. The challenge is to find ways to successfully support both clients and candidates in making ground-breaking decisions in a competitive labour market. This is where we have the potential to establish ourselves as a reliable partner and offer innovative solutions in the field of executive search.