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London Women on Industrial Boards: Autumn 2019

During our 4th female dinner, leaders gathered to discuss the route to chair, being purposeful, and the role women can play in supporting one another

The Boardroom as Leadership Laboratory

CEOs struggle with developing their leadership teams; boardrooms are living labs for leadership experimentation. Why CEOs should expose their senior executives to board work as part of their leadership development.

D&I: The Missing Link to Sustainability

Why diversity and inclusion hold the key to true sustainability.

London SID Board Dinner: Autumn 2019

How has the role of the SID evolved since its inception 16 years ago—and where is it going?

CERAWeek

Egon Zehnder has partnered with CERAWeek since 2015, convening an annual CEO Breakfast Panel that brings together top energy decision-makers from around the world for a moderated panel discussion.

The Path to the Boardroom

Interviewing for First-Time Board Service: read successful strategies for meeting the unique challenges of interviewing for a directorship.

Reinforcing the Need for Diversity in Latin America's Boardrooms

Based on the progress and dynamics at play in five Latin American countries, we developed some actions to take to speed up progress.

London M&A and Integration Board Dinner: Summer 2019

Philip Aiken, Chair of Aveva & Balfour Beatty, joined to discuss M&A and integration from the board perspective.

Who Truly Improves Corporate Governance: Boards or Proxy Advisors?

While proxy advisors and boards share the same goal of improving corporate governance in U.S. companies, there is still one big question: Has the scale of proxy firms' influence and practices eroded or improved good governance?

Surviving—and Thriving—on a Private Equity Board

Joining a private equity board has its upsides, but it’s not for everyone: this type of board service also carries plenty of risk. What should potential PE directors know before accepting a role?

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