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Yahoo! Finance — A New Generation of Women Transforms Leadership

On Yahoo! Finance, Cynthia Soledad discusses Egon Zehnder’s Leaders & Daughters series and what future generations look for in a leader.

Simone Stebler In Conversation with UBS General Counsel Maria Leistner and Her Mentee on Supporting the Next Generation of Leaders

In a conversation with Egon Zehnder’s Simone Stebler, UBS Global Wealth Management’s Group Managing Director and General Counsel Maria Leistner and her mentee, Legal Team Executive Director Aleksandra Schellenberg, share career advice for the next generation of leaders.

The Better Question – How Can More Women Become Architects of the Digital World?

Despite digital as a concept being gender-agnostic, the workforce that sits behind the design and execution, and implementation, has a bias toward men.

The Economic Times – Corporate India Tweaks Variables for Solving Gender Diversity Equation

India Inc is working hard to improve the gender diversity equation, especially at the top deck.

Egon Zehnder's Cynthia Soledad at SXSW

Over tens of thousands of assessments, Egon Zehnder has codified a proprietary model around Executive Potential. We believe there are four traits that translate to a leader’s future ability.

"Courageous Voices Are Needed" to Close the Gender Gap

Simone Stebler says the situation may change with millennials.

Women's Leadership: Why Do Our Women Leaders Have More Potential?

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, senior adviser Claudio Fernández-Araoz discusses the theme of women's leadership based on a survey conducted by Egon Zehnder.

Chairwoman Jill Ader On the Impact of Leaders & Daughters

This International Women's Day, I’m thrilled to announce the launch of Egon Zehnder’s 5th annual Leaders & Daughters event series, Power Moves: A New Generation of Women Transforms Leadership.

What the Next Generation Wants From Its Leaders and What Business Needs To Do About It

Today marks the fifth year of Egon Zehnder’s Leaders & Daughters events in London. Crucially, this program acknowledges that this conversation can’t just be about women. It has to include everyone, regardless of gender or generation.

Harvard Business Review – Women of Color Get Less Support at Work. Here’s How Managers Can Change That.

Few executives have all the competencies desired for leadership roles, so it is important to widen the candidate pool by recruiting based on potential as well as past experience and qualifications.

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