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It Takes a Village: Supporting CEO Leadership

Leading in today’s complex, uncertain world presents challenges that no amount of preparation can completely take into account. How CEOs are seeking regular, reliable guidance.

Süddeutsche Zeitung – A Gentle Revolution: An Interview with Jill Ader

Jill Ader is the first woman at the helm of Egon Zehnder. For her to reach that position, it meant breaking a long-established in-house rule.

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?

London Women on Industrial Boards: Summer 2019

Hosted by Melody Meyer and Egon Zehnder, 11 board directors joined us for our third dinner for women on industrial boards. The topics spanned across ESG, diversity, and the differences between UK and US boards.

Power Moves

Insights and solutions from our over 30 events around the world in 2019 that you can employ in your organization and your own life.

Leadership in Action

Benito Cachinero discusses human capital strategy on Wharton Business School's radio series, Leadership in Action.

ICTjournal - The Chief Digital Officer Role is More Complicated than Expected

Egon Zehnder's recent study finds that the role of the Chief Digital Officer is different from initial expectations.

Zaki Fasihuddin Discusses Being a Chief Digital Officer for a Global Corporation

Zaki Fasihuddin, CEO of Volvo Cars Ventures and former digital executive at McDonald's, discusses what it really means to transform global corporations for the digital world.

Financial Times – Why a Leader’s Past Record is No Guide To Future Success

Economist, politician and corporate lawyer Christine Lagarde’s extensive resume indicates a fitting suit in the role of running the European Central Bank— regardless of critics who note her lack of experience in academic training and monetary policy.

It's social

Strategy consultant and author Peter Schein, co-author of “Humble Leadership” which he wrote together with his father Ed Schein, on psychological safety, matrix leadership, and how human-digital interaction could work in the future.

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