Psychological safety: Digging deep within

Viewed in EgonZehnder Before 1990, the phrase “psychological safety” did not exist in business phraseology. Defining psychological safety In this EgonZehnder article the authors draw its definition from a book, The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety, by business strategist Timothy R. Clark, who defined it as “a condition in which human beings feel included, safe… More

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Data in Difficult Times

Viewed in EgonZehnder Pretty quickly into the emergence of last year’s global pandemic,  global management consulting and executive search firm EgonZehnder sensed some fairly seismic moves were underway in the direction of global business. They responded by doing what any exceptional management consulting firm would do; they sought out the facts related to these changes…. More

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New Marketing for the New Normal

Viewed in Egon Zehnder It’s increasingly recognized that much of global business may be altered in permanent ways by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Marketing will likely be no exception. Executive search firm EgonZehnder interviewed 65 executives from 61 countries around the world, asking the following question: “How will the marketing function look different post Covid-19?”… More

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Companies Hunt for CEOs with High EQ and Humility

Viewed in The Times of India. What attributes do companies seek in their most senior executive? The answer to that question is evolving, particularly as companies increasingly see value in several prominent soft skills, including humility, humanity, humor and hope. The search for these executives reflects a growing recognition that inclusion and consensus-building are key… More

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