Leadership Survey Reveals Critical Implications for Global Talent Landscape

December 15th, 2013

Executives navigating today’s complex business landscape no longer can rely on past experience to drive future performance success, according to a global study released today by Egon Zehnder. The study of more than 800 executives from around the world found that a new leadership paradigm is emerging that shifts away from what leaders know and toward a more personal evaluation of who they are.

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Why Top Level Executives Fail to be Loyal to their Organizations

December 1st, 2013

When Wharton management professor Peter Cappelli and Monika Hamori of IE Business School analyzed job search data from a leading executive search firm, they found that more than half of the high-level executives contacted by the firm – 52 percent – agreed to be candidates for positions outside their company. The number of executives who responded to the search firm’s initial call was “higher than I expected,” says Cappelli, director of Wharton’s Center for Human Resources. “I thought that most executives would be more committed to their organizations, that they wouldn’t be interested in moving. People have family ties and work projects they have invested time and energy in, and yet more than half of those contacted basically said, ‘Yes, I’m interested…'”

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