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From Expert to Legal Leader

Over the last decade, industries and companies have been roiled by more dramatic and more fundamental change than ever before. In this VUCA (Volatile Uncertain Complex Ambiguous) world, we have seen organizational boundaries blur and leadership increasingly challenged. Law firms and the legal in-house function have not been immune from this turmoil.

The Value of Multicultural Teams in Leadership Development

Michaela Tod, Co-CEO Entertainment at ProSiebenSat.1 SE media company, spoke with Egon Zehnder's Andrew Roscoe about her leadership journey, the value of multicultural teams, and the impact the Executive Discovery Program had on her development as a leader.

The Three Stages of Brand Purpose

At the 2019 Kellogg Marketing Leadership Summit, Egon Zehnder's Kristi Maynor sat down with Kellogg Professor Jim Stengel to discuss the future of brand purpose.

The Call for Curiosity

Curious, bold leadership is not something you simply have or don’t have; you build upon what is there, you learn it and continue to constantly develop it.

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.

Chief Digital Officers Speak

As part of Egon Zehnder's global survey, "CDO Decoded: The First Wave of Chief Digital Officers Speaks", Lindsay Trout spoke with current and former digital executives to demystify the role.

When Progression Beats Perfection

Basketball coach turned leadership advisor Alan Stein Jr. shares tips for how exceptional leaders and coaches are winning on the court and in business through self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and a focus on progress over perfection.

Board Effectiveness Reviews: What the Board Can Learn from Looking in the Mirror

In the last decade, the oversight responsibilities of the board have taken on a new level of complexity. Disruptive business models can come from any direction, and the types of risks the board must monitor have multiplied.

“Good ideas can come from anywhere” – Jill Ader interviewed by Switzerland’s CNNMoney

Jill Ader, Chairwoman of Egon Zehnder, shared her insights on top management trends with CNNMoney Switzerland. “We need really curious leaders”, states Ader, “because then you don’t make assumptions, you don’t take diversity views for granted.”

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.

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