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‘Agefi – How to Prepare to Be a CEO Today

According to Egon Zehnder’s Jean-Pierre Pedrazzini, most CEOs operate at just 50-75% of their potential, and before being able to transform their company, CEOs first need to transform themselves. In an interview with ‘Agefi’s Elsa Floret, Pedrazzini discussed the results of Egon Zehnder’s global CEO survey, how the role of an executive is changing and how to measure the potential of a future CEO.

Economic Times – 57% of Indian CEOs Find the Job More Challenging Than Anticipated: Survey

According to Vivek Khemka, who co-leads Egon Zehnder’s CEO Practice in India, chief executives are, in general, quite confident in their skills and their abilities, but at the same time also admit that certain parts of the role have proven more challenging and isolating than anticipated.

Chicago Tribune – More Women Are Landing Board Seats, But the Pace of Change is Slow

The Chicago Tribune reported that among Illinois’ 25 most valuable companies, women have claimed 44% of new directorships since the start of last year — a sign that progress is accelerating

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Jill Ader to Chair Egon Zehnder

Jill Ader elected Chair of Egon Zehnder by the partnership of the world’s leadership advisory firm. Appointment marks first female leader of a global top five executive search and leadership advisory firm.

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.

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