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Poor Succession Planning Is a Major Cause of Problems in Family Companies

How family businesses can overcome egos and internal conflicts to find their next leader--and put a succession plan in place before it's too late.

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.

No CEO is an Island

We often speak of CEOs as forces unto themselves, when in reality, there can be no CEO leaders without followers—and vice versa.

Asset Managers Need to Invest in Leadership Development

Asset management firms need more than just top investors and salespeople—they need general managers. The problem is, many firms have neglected to groom that type of talent.

The Kellogg Marketing Leadership Summit

Egon Zehnder is a founding partner of Northwestern University’s Kellogg Marketing Leadership Summit.

Hyatt's Global Head of Digital on Leading a Digital Transformation

As part of Egon Zehnder's global survey on CDOs, Julia Van der Ploeg, Hyatt's Global Head of Digital, shares what it takes to lead a transformation role at a large-scale organization.

Thoughts from World Economic Forum: Africa 2019

World Economic Focum (WEF) Africa was a great opportunity to think and reflect and truly reinforced that people are our greatest asset.

Feeding it Forward: Face the Future of Personalized Nutrition

At Egon Zehnder’s second annual Fresh Start Executive Forum Breakfast in New Orleans, leaders gathered to discuss the future of personalized nutrition and the need for an interdisciplinary approach. 

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.

HR Executive - This is How to Really Set Your New Execs Up for Success

A detailed executive-onboarding strategy is key.

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