The immense pressure on company boards to be more active and involved in developing and executing strategy will only intensify with today’s dynamic, innovative economy. Board positions are no longer seen as a ceremonial role or a perk for executives, and the days of the disinterested, ineffectual board member are over. Modern board governance is […]
At RSR Partners, we see four important trends that will shape the leadership landscape in 2019 and present both challenges and opportunities for boards and CEOs. 1. Moral Quotient (MQ) is now as important as IQ and EQ. For decades, many reasoned that intelligence (IQ) was the most effective measure of potential. But as the […]
Greenwich, Conn., January 17, 2019 – RSR Partners, a premier search and leadership consulting firm for board and executive leadership, today announced that Rebecca Holland New has joined the firm as a Managing Director, leading the firm’s Healthcare and Life Sciences practice. Mrs. New is based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mrs. New brings more than 20 years […]
For their latest feature article, our CEO Barrett Stephens teams up with Darleen DeRosa, managing partner at OnPoint Consulting, to provide their latest insight into how to navigate successful succession planning.
In the latest issue of American Banker, Carter Burgess, head of our Board Recruiting Practice, provides his insights on diversity in the boardroom. Writing in “One size fits none in quest to define ideal bank board”, Laura Alix states: “Where boards are concerned, diversity doesn’t mean strictly gender or ethnicity, but also diversity of thought […]
In a feature column for the Financial Times’ latest issue of Board IQ, Maryann Bovich, senior member of our Asset Management Practice, offers her perspective on how shifting demographics along with public and shareholder pressure are pushing mutual fund boards to hire more minorities and women. Writing in “Committing to Boardroom Diversity Matters”, Bovich states: […]
Many world-class companies have redesigned the role of chief marketing officer and created the position of chief growth officer (CGO) at the corporate level. Explore how his evolution has implications on how the marketing function is managed, how it collaborates across functions, and the value it should bring.
Companies to Provide Bespoke, Data Driven Leadership Assessments GREENWICH, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–RSR Partners, an executive search and leadership consulting firm, today announced a strategic partnership with OnPoint Consulting, an organizational and leadership development consulting firm, to deliver unique leadership assessment capabilities to their clients. “We are thrilled to launch this strategic partnership with RSR Partners, which […]
Jane Bierwirth of our Asset Management Practice explores the evolving family office and how Millennials are changing the office’s dynamics in a compelling new white paper. Writing in “The Evolving Family Office: Leadership Strategies to Ensure the Office Remains Relevant to the Millennial Generation“, Bierwirth states: Increasingly, family office leaders are expressing frustration over their […]
Our CEO Brett Stephens is featured in Quartz this morning stemming from a recent interview with management reporter Oliver Staley. Staley’s piece focuses on the impact activists are having on board composition. And he features Stephens’ commentary throughout the article – with his insight constituting the bulk of the piece – alongside research from ISS, […]