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The Four Leadership Pillars At Component Sense

Leadership studies pioneer Warran Bennis once said, “Leadership is the capacity to translate a vision into a reality.” From humble beginnings as a one-man band in his spare room in 2001, it is fair to say that Component Sense CEO, Kenny McGee, has had to articulate his original vision well for the company to get where it is today.

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22 Years in Business: 22 Things our CEO has Learned

As the saying goes, ‘Time flies when you are having fun.’ Since Managing Director and CEO, Kenny McGee, founded Component Sense in 2001, the years have certainly gone fast.

From humble beginnings to redistributing excess and obsolete (E&O) component stock worldwide, 22 years of operation has brought challenges and unprecedented successes. We sat down with Kenny to ask him what his key learnings have been since originally being astounded by the high volume of electronic waste all those years ago.

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Poster showing the details for Certification Nation Day.

Happy Certification Nation Day: Want To Join In The Fun?

96% of our team say Component Sense is a Great Place To Work, compared to the average of 54% across UK-based businesses. We prioritise ourselves in ensuring our colleagues feel valued and thrive. A big part of this is always looking for opportunities to sing their praises.

Each year on November 1st, companies around the world with Great Place to Work accreditation celebrate their success on Certification Nation Day. But what is behind Certification Nation Day? And why is this occasion so important to us at Component Sense? Keep reading to find out more.

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Great Place to Work Certification

It’s Official: Component Sense is a Great Place to Work!

Our team has spoken, and it’s official… we are a certified Great Place to Work ! We are proud to have achieved this certification and be listed alongside other excellent companies. Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture and recognises that great employee experiences are better for people, businesses, and the world. We agree!
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