• Psychology in the Boardroom: Part 2
    By: Paul C. Winum

    This is the second of a three-part series examining the topic of how social-psychological forces impact the performance of boards and CEOs. The topic was addressed at the June 2017 Stanford University Directors’ College in a panel titled “CEO and Board Psychology.”

  • RHR Update Newsletter: Third Quarter, 2017

    RHR International's quarterly newsletter features highlights of blog posts, thought leadership insight, and research studies as well as media coverage and key industry events. Read the RHR Q3 Update.

  • Global Mobility in Succession Planning Part 3:...
    By: Daniel Russell

    Welcome to the conclusion of our series on developing global leaders. In the first post, we discussed how to use expatriate assignments to develop global leaders.

  • Is Executive Assessment Worth the Cost?
    By: Michael A. Peterman

    Many companies rely on firms like RHR to conduct an executive assessment as part of the selection process for enterprise critical roles.

  • Global Mobility in Succession Planning Part 2:...
    By: Daniel Russell

    Developing global leaders is vitally important to global companies today. Leaders with a truly global mindset will be better equipped to capitalize on global opportunities faster and react quickly to (and perhaps even avoid) challenges that emerge.

  • Dodging Bullets: Flagging Management Deal Breakers...
    By: Steven Gilbert

    The unplanned replacement of a portfolio company CEO can have disastrous consequences. Most private equity firms have painfully experienced it at some point in the life of a fund. The full extent of poor senior executive leadership often takes time to fully surface and longer to rectify.

  • Picking the Good Fight: Leadership in the Boardroom...
    By: Deborah P. Rubin

    Leadership in the boardroom and the C-suite increasingly requires a balance of wisdom and mettle. This is particularly true in the age of activist investors, social media, and proxy advisory firms. Leaders need wisdom to ask the right questions, recognize possible scenarios and risks, and understand the dynamics in play.

  • Psychology in the Boardroom: Part 1
    By: Paul C. Winum

    This is the first of a three-part series examining the topic of how social-psychological forces impact the performance of boards and CEOs. The topic will be addressed at the June 2017 Stanford University Directors’ College in a panel titled “CEO and Board  Psychology.”

  • Resilience: Simple Habits That Will Make a Big...
    By: Guy M. Beaudin

    You know a topic has hit the mainstream when the backlash begins. Here is what popular Financial Times columnist Lucy Kellaway wrote recently:

  • Leadership and Parenting: Five Parallels
    By: Jeff Kirschner

    There are many commonalities between raising children and the daily challenges of leading others. Here are five themes that apply in both arenas.

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