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Catherine Zhu, based in Toronto and Hong Kong, has deep expertise in technology and digital transformation. She is the former head of Egon Zehnder’s Greater China Practice and was the Managing Partner in Hong Kong. Catherine is a trusted advisor to multinationals operating between China and North America, and also helps entrepreneurs and family businesses meet their most pressing board and CEO search, leadership succession, and cultural transformation needs. Passionate about innovation, she also advises global companies on their talent strategies.

In this age of uncertainty, I’m fascinated by how transformational leaders can shape purpose and consistently energize others.

Prior to joining Egon Zehnder, Catherine was a Managing Director at Electronic Data Systems (EDS) in the Asia-Pacific region. Earlier in her career she held leadership roles with Motorola, Nortel, and Yum! Brands.

Catherine earned an MBA from the University of Toronto and a BA from Zhejiang University in China. She published a leadership column in the South China Morning Post and is a founding member of the 30% Club in Hong Kong, which strives to improve gender balance at the executive and board levels. As a board member of Save the Children Hong Kong, Catherine also does volunteer work in remote parts of China. She enjoys hiking with her family in her free time.

朱红霞是大中华区共同管理合伙人、香港分公司行政负责人。她与各大跨国公司、知名企业家和亚洲家族企业密切合作,满足其最为迫切的董事与CEO寻访、领导层继任和企业文化转型需求。出于对技术创新的激情,朱红霞为中国企业提供全球人才战略咨询服务,并帮助其领导人与时俱进。同时,她与亚洲家族企业密切合作,帮助其提高吸引、发展和挽留高管人才的能力。

在这个充满不确定性的时代,我对于变革型领导人如何树立变革环境并持续激励他人很感兴趣

加入亿康先达之前,朱红霞是EDS亚太公司的全球客户管理董事总经理。职业早年,她在摩托罗拉、北电网络、百胜公司历任各项管理职务。

朱红霞是加拿大多伦多大学罗特曼商学院MBA,浙江大学学士。她为«南华早报»撰写领导力专栏文章,也是香港“30%俱乐部”的创始会员,该组织倡导高管及董事会层次的性别平衡。作为“救助儿童会”香港分会理事,她还经常去中国偏远地区做公益志愿服务。闲暇时,朱红霞喜欢与家人一起远足。

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Thought Leadership by Catherine Zhu

Catherine Zhu's columns in the South China Morning Post

Catherine Zhu's columns in the South China Morning Post

Catherine Zhu, Managing Partner of Egon Zehnder in Hong Kong, writes a monthly column in the careers section of the South China Morning Post, the city’s leading newspaper.

South China Morning Post – Two-Pizza Rule Helps Companies to Start-Up or Scale Up

South China Morning Post – Two-Pizza Rule Helps Companies to Start-Up or Scale Up

Big businesses are often slow to adapt and innovate, while start-ups struggle to build teams and systems to scale up their businesses. How can firms break this mould? By learning from one another, writes Egon Zehnder’s Catherine Zhu in the Career Doctors section of the South China Morning Post.

“If I Have to Give You One Piece of Advice, It Is to Be Yourself and Accept Who You Are; Never Complain and Never Compare.”
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“If I Have to Give You One Piece of Advice, It Is to Be Yourself and Accept Who You Are; Never Complain and Never Compare.”

How This Mother and Daughter Reached the Top of Chinese Business Leadership. An interview with Hera Siu, COO, Greater China, of Cisco Systems, and her daughter Esther Kwok, senior associate of Vega Proprietary Holdings, in a conversation about the next generation of female leadership

Egon Zehnder’s Catherine Zhu as panelist at FT NED event “Bridging the Diversity Gap in a New Era”, Hong Kong

Egon Zehnder’s Catherine Zhu as panelist at FT NED event “Bridging the Diversity Gap in a New Era”, Hong Kong

To mark International Women’s Day, Catherine Zhu, co-leader of Egon Zehnder’s Greater China Practice, will participate in an exclusive panel discussion organized by the Financial Times.

Great Expectations - How the cultural shift toward deeper diversity can succeed

Great Expectations - How the cultural shift toward deeper diversity can succeed

How the cultural shift toward deeper diversity can succeed.

Leading in the Connected Age

Leading in the Connected Age

Technological transformation continues to unfold at a relentless pace. To effectively adapt to this new era, companies must recruit and develop a different kind of leadership talent. This is a big ask, because demand for leaders with deep technological acumen far outstrips supply.

“When you care about our world you simply have to manage better”

“When you care about our world you simply have to manage better”

If you’ve purchased a premium cotton shirt from the likes of Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger or one of many other well-known designers, chances are it was manufactured by the Hong Kong-based Esquel Group.

Financial Times – Catherine Hongxia Zhu – Succession: Best Practices for Chinese Family Businesses

Financial Times – Catherine Hongxia Zhu – Succession: Best Practices for Chinese Family Businesses

As China’s first generation of family entrepreneurs grows older, an increasing number of businesses are facing the thorny succession issue, reports the Financial Times’ FTChinese.com

South China Morning Post – Making a Difference in Your Career

South China Morning Post – Making a Difference in Your Career

Individuals seeking to make an impact on the world need to think big, says Egon Zehnder consultant Catherine Zhu in a blog posting for cpjobs.com.

South China Morning Post – It’s time Hongkongers shed their fear of failure and followed their dreams

South China Morning Post – It’s time Hongkongers shed their fear of failure and followed their dreams

In its 50 years of statehood, Singapore has dreamed big and achieved remarkable success, says Catherine Zhu, Managing Partner of Egon Zehnder in Hong Kong.

South China Morning Post – Like Father, like Son? Succession Planning in Chinese Family Businesses

South China Morning Post – Like Father, like Son? Succession Planning in Chinese Family Businesses

Family businesses are the bedrock of the economy in China, says Catherine Zhu, Managing Partner of Egon Zehnder in Hong Kong.

SCMP – Now hiring: Hong Kong’s next-gen CEOs

SCMP – Now hiring: Hong Kong’s next-gen CEOs

In what could be a watershed moment for Hong Kong, major companies are looking to hire young, inspirational, tech-savvy candidates for their most senior roles.

Spreadsheet manager or future leader?

Spreadsheet manager or future leader?

Relentless focus on quarterly results means many leaders struggle to reflect on long-term strategy.

Family business: planning for the long term

Family business: planning for the long term

Few family businesses outlive their founders. Those that do cultivate “family gravity” – an ethos, long-term roadmap and talent plan that embrace the next generation.

Leadership: Nobody’s perfect

Leadership: Nobody’s perfect

What characterizes outstanding leaders? Courage, determination and resilience, writes Egon Zehnder consultant Cathering Zhu in a blog that relates her encounter with one of Japan’s few female CEOs.

Don't be dinosaurs

Don't be dinosaurs

Social Media engagement of executives, digital, transformational leadership

Engage to succeed

Engage to succeed

Mutual dialogue with customers and stakeholders is necessary today – and a recipe for success.

Keeping it fresh

Keeping it fresh

The benefit of cross-industry hires (with respect to digital developments e.g.)

Show you can lead

Show you can lead

The importance of developing a vision and show deep curiosity for new challenges.

Women: it’s your choice to lead

Women: it’s your choice to lead

Women are in demand and can lead if they are able and willing, but this “is a delibaret choice – and entails sacrifice” - featuring Board Diversity Results in Hongkong from an EZ study.

Chinese Companies Try Out New Ways to Find Next Generation Leaders

Chinese Companies Try Out New Ways to Find Next Generation Leaders

It’s no secret: today’s business environment is characterized by greater uncertainty and faster change. But how are Chinese companies responding when it comes to choosing their leaders?

Leaders: Play to Your Strengths

Leaders: Play to Your Strengths

Why do many companies encourage executives to focus on their weaknesses, when building their strengths is what makes a difference to the bottom line? "Leaders with extraordinary “spikes” in one or two areas can generate huge value – even if they are average at other skills", writes Catherine Zhu, a consultant at Egon Zehnder, in SCMP.

Developing digital leadership skills

Developing digital leadership skills

The digital transformation is driving demand for leaders able to use social media to boost customer service and engagement, writes Catherine Zhu, a consultant at Egon Zehnder Hong Kong, in her column for the South China Morning Post.

Great Expectations – How the Cultural Shift toward Deeper Diversity Can Succeed

Great Expectations – How the Cultural Shift toward Deeper Diversity Can Succeed

In today’s broader understanding, true diversity is a diversity of perspective, and inclusion is what puts diverse perspectives to work in everything from making better decisions to tapping into diverse markets to fostering innovation.

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