Create a culture of trust

Viewed in Russell Reynolds According to research by Paul J. Zak, a professor at Claremont Graduate University, employees at high-trust organizations experience 74% less stress and 29% greater life satisfaction, 106% more energy at work and 50% higher productivity, 40% less burnout, and 13% fewer sick days. The author examines what trust means in the… More

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How CEOs Make Complex Decisions—Even When They Don’t Have All the Intel

Viewed in Russell Reynolds With dozens of offices in over two dozen countries, it is fair to say that management consulting firm Russell Reynolds, founded in 1969, interacts with a vast number of chief executive officers. The management consulting behemoth observes in this article, authored by five Russell Reynolds professionals, that the demands on today’s… More

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The Power of a Challenger Mindset

Viewed in Russell Reynolds Russell Reynolds Associates, one of the world’s top five executive search firms, expanded its mission to include management consulting, and that expansion is reflected in a growing number of impressive and constructive reports, surveys, and articles that the firm now routinely releases. Challengers explore unconventional ways One of the more recent… More

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Rethinking the board’s role in strategy, risk and culture

Viewed in Russell Reynolds Associates There seems a singular common denominator running through most business analysis and commentary these days: Business is changing rapidly and hugely, and it will never again be the same.  For the most part, it is the global pandemic, which now has taken over four million lives, that is cited as… More

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7 Key Actions for the Data-Driven Chief Risk Officer

Viewed in Russell Reynolds Associates Management consulting firm Russell Reynolds Associates has communicated with senior leaders in risk and data and come away with seven actions for chief risk officers, which they detail in this report. Digitally fluent Perhaps most important in this current era of data, they conclude, is that chief risk officers “need… More

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