Executive Talent Magazine: Volume Ten
Baby Boomers are retiring in droves in developed markets around the world, leaving senior management roles across industries without successors. Is senior management headed straight off a cliff or about to set sail on the crest of a new wave?
We explore the next generation of executive leadership as senior executives worldwide grapple with keeping pace in a climate of constant uncertainty and lightning fast change, in a new world order that feels fundamentally different than what came before. Yet, beneath the anxiety emerge ripples of a new vision for global business—a clear glimpse of the opportunity that lies ahead as we boldly ride the crest of a new era.
In this issue of Executive Talent magazine, we:
Seek to understand the generational transition of leadership based on an AESC survey with 850+ business leaders worldwide, across industries and geographies. Glean their insights on their biggest organizational challenges to date.
Explore the evolution of executive search, from its postwar beginnings to the present day.
Gain a better sense of where our profession is headed with feedback from next generation AESC executive search and leadership consultants.
Define candidate care and elaborate on why it is an important aspect of our profession.
Examine how board rooms are evolving. Today’s business climate is shaking up board composition, expanding and redefining what is expected of boards, and fundamentally changing what it means to be a director.
Get insight on the new school approach to assessing emerging leaders with Kandace Miller at The Cluen Corporation.