Egon Zehnder’s Dick Patton discusses the importance of leaders being adaptive without being chronically reactive—especially when there is the potential to be undermined— and to be willing to make unpopular decisions and decisively stand their ground when needed.
Agenda speaks of how committees are appointing more directors below fifty on boards to consider areas such as technology and cybersecurity. Egon Zehnder consultant Cynthia Soledad also discusses the importance of board diversity.
Gordon Institute of Business Science is the only business school in South Africa to offer an MBA program with a consulting emphasis. Heloise Nel, managing partner of Egon Zehnder’s Johannesburg office, discusses the qualities of a great management consultant.
Egon Zehnder released its 2022-2023 Global Board Diversity Tracker, revealing corporate boards have made some progress on diversity, but inclusivity needs improvement.
A report released by Egon Zehnder has found that while boards are prioritizing sustainability, there is room for improvement for driving ESG agendas.
Egon Zehnder, in partnership with Kearny, today released findings from a new survey with over 8,000 respondents from eight different countries dismissing the myth of a generation divide in the workplace and showing that despite what is often believed, Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X and Boomers are more alike than different when it comes to workplace matters.
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