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Psychological Safety: Digging Deep Within

Examining psychological safety, why it boosts performance, and why it matters.

The Art of Being Your Best Self: How to Thrive, Make Friends, and Influence People in a Post-Pandemic World

What is your superpower and how do you tell your own story? Egon Zehnder’s Simmi Singh answers that question and more in this webinar hosted by Michael Rovinsky of Perkins & Will and Wharton's Health Management Alumni Association.

Made for Each Other? What Makes You So Sure?

Assessing management teams is a crucial element of any due diligence as part of an M&A process.

Harvard Business Review - The Former and Current Chairs of Mastercard on Executing a Strategic CEO Succession

Our work with the former and current Chairs of Mastercard on a strategic CEO Succession

The Power of Relationships

As part of Egon Zehnder's six-part series profiling exceptional CEOs, meet "Lukas", CEO of a multinational fashion conglomerate.

Perform and Transform

Meet "Jan," an ambitious young executive who was handed the top job at a major global retailer—when he least expected it

Becoming CEO: Why Identity Development Matters

Potential CEOs need to arrive at their own emboldened and grounded place of identity – of who they are and who they want to become.

The Wall Street Journal – A Unilever Exec's Personal Board of Directors

In Personal Board of Directors, top business leaders talk about the people they turn to for advice, and how those people have shaped their perspective and helped them succeed.

Avoiding CEO Succession Planning Pitfalls

Family company Boards must create and maintain strong succession plans that consider both internal and external talent, as well as development plans for potential successors—and do all this while balancing the values and priorities of the family with the demands of growing and sustaining a business.

Harvard Business Review – Now Is an Unprecedented Opportunity to Hire Great Talent

While the Covid-19 pandemic hits and reshapes companies, industries, national economies, and our society in previously unthinkable ways, business leaders need to think beyond survival to the opportunities this crisis might create, not only for their own organizations but the greater good.

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