Mike Sipple, Jr. President
Mike Sipple Jr. is the President of Centennial, which specializes in Talent Strategy and Executive Search. Known as one of the leading ‘connectors’ in the executive search industry, leaders have benefited from his advice, guidance, connections and expertise. He has a passion for working with forward-thinking and change-oriented decision makers of family owned, privately held and private equity owned organizations. He partners with leaders who have a strong desire to build the “Right” team as they grow and transform their businesses. He also believes that to become a talent magnet you have to not only attract the best but retain the best.
Mike and his firm serve organizations that operate regionally as well as globally. Leaders and companies utilize Mike’s expertise in succession planning, talent acquisition strategies, employment branding, community engagement and building high performing executive teams. Mike is sought after to speak to associations, peer groups and organizations about Becoming A Talent Magnet.
Mike believes community engagement is a way to attract, retain and develop leaders. He has been quoted saying, “Show me a company that is committed to giving back year round and I will show you a company with an engaged workforce. It will be an organization that employees are proud to be a part of – and that is a difference maker.”
Life Motto: “Live a life with character, conviction and passion and serve my wife, family, clients and those around me in a way that is honoring to God.”
Goal with clients: To reach beyond being a Trusted Advisor to those we serve, by serving with the level of passion and excellence that creates “Raving Fans” worthy experiences.
Professional goals: Lead an organization that has a significant impact on the businesses and executives we serve through each interaction. I pray and work hard every day to build into others in a positive and long-lasting way. I am passionate about building into my team at Centennial as well as those who interact with us in any capacity.
Favorite Quote: Jackie Robinson said; “A life is not important except for the impact it has on others.”