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The Telegraph – Two Thirds of Newly Appointed CEOs Don't Feel Fully Prepared

A global survey of newly-appointed CEOs by Egon Zehnder reveals the role is more difficult and demanding than many respondents – approximately two-thirds – feel prepared for.

ABA Journal — The rules on being general counsel in the Cyber Century

In what we are calling the Cyber Century, the first signs of danger appear on a screen; a hack, a viral video, a tweet. Any of these can be the opening shot of a bruising battle that can quickly escalate to a crisis.

CNN Money Switzerland — Why Millennials Don’t Want to Become CEOs

Many millennials no longer aspire to be millionaire CEOs. Speaking with Martina Fuchs for CNN Money Switzerland, Clemens Hoegl, Partner at Egon Zehnder Switzerland, discusses findings from the firm’s recent survey of more than 400 global CEOs, The CEO: A Personal Reflection.

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Egon Zehnder asked over 400 of the world’s top CEOs what they found harder than expected when they took the top job.

402 CEOs from companies headquartered in 11 countries – who lead organizations with estimated combined revenues of USD $2.6 trillion– shared their leadership experiences in Egon Zehnder’s global study The CEO: A Personal Reflection.

Die grösste Herausforderung für CEOs – die menschliche Seite

CEOs und Führungspersönlichkeiten der weltweit grössten Firmen haben in einer von Egon Zehnder durchgeführten Studie offengelegt, dass die menschlichen Aspekte ihrer Verantwortung zu den grössten Herausforderungen an der Unternehmensspitze zählen.

Egon Zehnder and Paradox Strategies Unveil the Innovation Quotient©, a Tool for Leading Innovation in a Transforming World

The ability to innovate quickly, effectively and repeatedly is necessary for businesses to succeed in a complex and changing environment. Egon Zehnder, a global leader in executive search and leadership advisory services, and Paradox Strategies, an innovation consulting firm co-founded by Harvard Business School professor Linda Hill, have introduced the Innovation Quotient©.

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