• Dr. Eric Prensky Joins RHR International’s Los...
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    RHR International (“RHR”), a world leader in executive and organizational development, announces the appointment of Eric Prensky, Ph.D. to the position of Partner in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Dr. Prensky brings strong business experience, having worked with large and small companies across industries including healthcare, higher education, social media, and the non-profit sector. His areas of...

  • RHR International Awards Excellence in Psychology
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    The Society of Consulting Psychology recently announced the recipients of one of its highest honors. Sponsored by RHR International Company, a world leader in executive and organizational development, the award was presented at the Mid-Winter Conference on Consulting Psychology on February 6, 2015. The "RHR International Award for Excellence in Consultation for 2015" was presented to Randall White, Ph...

  • Dr. Paul Winum to Address SCP Midwinter Conference
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    Paul Winum, Ph.D., ABPP will address the Society of Consulting Psychology (SCP) Midwinter Conference on Friday, February 6 in a session on the topic of “Fit to Consult to Boards” that will focus on how consulting psychologists can help boards move from good to great.

  • Organizational Strength is Dependent on Talent...
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    Every organization has a Talent Culture, whether explicitly documented or subliminal in nature. Companies that do not proactively manage the talent process risk a culture that evolves into negative scenarios that can directly contradict talent management best practices and interfere with the organization’s ability to build a high-performing leadership team. In the latest edition of its publication...

  • Group Dynamics Separate “Good” From “Great” Boards
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    When asked to name the most significant contributor to board effectiveness, a majority of directors surveyed in a new study from RHR International and Corporate Board Member cited group dynamics. According to the study, 88% of the 292 directors who responded said the quality of boardroom dialogue and debate was key to board productivity. Conversely, lack of candor (77%) was determined to be the most...

  • High Potential is No Guarantee of Success, says RHR...
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    Once the excitement of the promotion fades, every high-potential executive faces a harsh reality – the need to deliver. For a lucky few, the transition is seamless, almost effortless. For the majority, it requires trial and error, self-reflection, and a significant amount of adjustment before they begin to see results. In the last edition of its publication Executive Insight, “How Organizations Fail...

  • Dr. Patrick Dailey Joins RHR International
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    RHR International announced today that Dr. Patrick Dailey has joined the firm as a member of its Board and CEO Services practice. In addition to extensive experience with board governance issues, Dr. Dailey excels in enhancing overall board effectiveness and the capability of individual directors. His areas of expertise include board and committee policy work; integration of newly appointed directors...

  • RHR International Puts Spotlight on Board Best...
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    Directors today are squeezed between historically high levels of scrutiny and increased demand for organizational value. Only boards with a steadfast dedication to excellence and continuous improvement will be prepared to meet this challenge. In the boardroom, that commitment translates to using best practices in the selection and development of individual members and periodic reviews of overall...

  • Cultural Misalignment Hampers Advancement of African...
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    Evidence indicates that ethnic minorities and women continue to be underrepresented in the ranks of senior executives. The dearth of African Americans in the uppermost corporate leadership roles is especially stark. According to an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission survey in 2011, African American executives made up only 2.8 percent of CEOs. This number is lowest amongst the four major ethnic...

  • Top CEOs Tell How They Learned to Trust Their Guts
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    There’s more to the role of chief executive than being brilliant with strategy or adept with numbers. At the CEO level, the problems are more complex and the solutions become more ambiguous. It takes experience, a few mistakes, solid feedback, and self insight to make the bold decisions that such situations demand.

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