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What I Learned at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit

Egon Zehnder's Kenna Baudin shares three takeaways after attending Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit in December 2019.

Defining the Agile Leader of Today

How CEOs can embrace vulnerability, humility, and inclusivity.

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.

D&I: The Missing Link to Sustainability

Why diversity and inclusion hold the key to true sustainability.

Maeil Business Newspaper – [Cover Story] "Women, Actively Ask the Company for What You Want."

Global executive consulting firm Egon Zender is holding Leaders & Daughters events to discuss the lack of women in leadership positions. The event series, which began in 2015 (Korea 2017), is a place where leaders (parents) and daughters come together, as their name suggests.

The Korea Herald – Female Leaders Gather to Inspire Daughters to Take Charge

The event was co-hosted by and held at Seoul Foreign School this year as an opportunity for students and their parents to communicate with business trailblazers, who candidly shared advice and anecdotes on career paths and leadership values.

An Ego Represents a Risk

In an exclusive interview with the Swiss Handelszeitung, Egon Zehnder Chairwoman Jill Ader explains why the ability to self-reflection is one of the most important attributes of a successful leader.

Fortune – Social Purpose Is Imperative for Competitive Hiring Today, Executives Say

Corporate leaders say that to fare well and draw top workers in today’s competitive, Millennial-skewed labor market, there’s a new business imperative: social purpose.

Bloomberg – Educating Leaders on Diversity Is First Step: Equality Summit

As India competes with global financial capitals such as Hong Kong for foreign investment, business and talent, it can no longer afford to ignore the case for diversity.

Why the Riskiest Hires Might Be the Ones You Don’t Make

Diverse teams are more successful—but building them takes guts.

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