AESC's Executive Talent magazine presents research and insights on critical issues impacting today's global business and key trends influencing executive-level talent worldwide.
We hope you enjoy our latest issue.
Some highlights from this issue include:
The era of the talent advisor
By developing leadership consulting services, executive search firms are cultivating closer relationships with their clients and furthering the value they provide.
A helping hand to CEOs
Today’s environment for CEOs is challenging and, at times, almost inhospitable. How can consultants help leaders feel less overwhelmed?
How can organizations ensure that they manage their leadership transitions in the most effective way?
Building on the themes covered at the AESC's Global Conference, some highlights from this issue include:
Big Social Data: Predicting the Future of You
The combination of social media and predictive analytics could transform the way we assess leadership potential. But at what cost?
No Ordinary Disruption
Richard Dobbs, director at the McKinsey Global Institute, discusses the four megatrends that will drive the next 50 years of business growth. Plus, we publish an exclusive extract from his new book.
How To Elevate Yourself From an Expert to a Trusted Advisor
Andrew Sobel shares advice and a series of practical tips to help you elevate yourself in the eyes of your clients.
We hope that you enjoy issue four of Search Magazine, our Global Executive Talent magazine. Some highlights include:
Cyber Security: What Boards Are Looking For To Handle Threats - An exclusive interview with Joe Nocera, Partner at PwC's cyber security practice.
"The Age Of The Generalist Is Over": Exclusive interview with Carl Lovas, Chairman of Odgers Berndtson Canada and former Chairman of the AESC, discussing the firm's growth and its innovative 'CEO For One Day' program.
Some of the most read articles from issue three include:
Interviews with a selection of the AESC's members in California, who share best practice tips on how they remain relevant to their clients in such a fast-paced, innovation-centric environment.
An exclusive with Witt/Kieffer's chief executive, Chuck Wardell. The former AESC chairman explains how implementing a strong culture, based on integrity, has led to a significant increase in Witt/Kieffer's revenue.
The second issue was released just before the start of the FIFA World Cup. In addition to the cover article, which looked at how executives were helping Brazil to meet the challenges of hosting the World Cup and the Olympics in 2016, some highlights include:
A look back at the progress of the boardroom diversity initiative in the UK and how search consultants and clients have worked together to make a difference without resorting to quotas.
An exclusive interview with Korn/Ferry's chief executive, Gary Burnison, during which he presents his thoughts on leadership and how the search profession changes people's lives.
Search Magazine launched in March 2014 to coincide with the AESC's Global Conference. Some of the most read articles from the launch issue include:
An examination of how new technology, particularly social media, has changed retained search, ulitmately asking whether websites like LinkedIn have led to significant disruption of our profession or if this trend has been overstated.
An exclusive interview with search industry veteran, and former AESC chairman, Gerry Roche. In this article, Heidrick & Struggles' former Chairman and CEO discusses his philosophy on what makes a great search consultant.