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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.

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

A detailed executive-onboarding strategy is key.

Explore New Avenues for Hiring CEOs of Engineering and Construction Companies

How are engineering and construction (E&C) companies finding CEO talent and what type of background should the CEO have?

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.

Feeding it Forward: Face the Future of Personalized Nutrition

As food industry leaders continue to understand the power and potential of personalized nutrition, they are challenged with bringing together scientific expertise and marketing prowess.

Financial Times - Egon Zehnder's Jill Ader: Challenging Partnership Traditions

In an exclusive interview with the Financial Times, Egon Zehnder Chairwoman Jill Ader discusses Egon Zehnder's commitment to diversity, the changing state of leadership, and being the first woman Chair of any executive search firm.

We Need More Humble Leaders. Here’s How to Get Them

Humility is a top requirement for the emerging workforce. Karl Alleman shares how both individuals and organizations can tap its potential in his latest piece for Fast Company.

Fast Company – We Need More Humble Leaders. Here's How to Get Them.

Humble individuals often do not see themselves as great leaders that can lead to misconceptions about their abilities and cause them to slip by unnoticed. In reality, this is not an issue of capability, but one of identity, which is something that leaders can develop.

Introducing SQN: Where Technology and Humanity Unite

Despite the rise of big data, artificial intelligence, and advanced analytics, human resources is still waiting for its revolution.

What Brought Us Here Won't Get Us There

Amidst eroding margins and predatory competition, legacy business models are under pressure – and so are industry leaders.

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