Brad McLane Weighs In On the Impact of CSR Programs

In a recent article appearing in Newsweek magazine, author Sam Hill observes that while it’s still unclear whether Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs “will one day make the world a better place,” they are benefiting companies that have implemented them. Taking a controversial stance on a social issue doesn’t come without risk though. For example, […]

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Jim Whittle Moderates Diversity and Inclusion Panel Event in Tokyo

The Head of RSR Partner’s Tokyo office, Jim Whittle, recently moderated a panel consisting of some of Japan’s most distinguished company leaders to discuss and seek answers to how Japanese companies and organizations can best utilize the skills and expertise of a diverse workforce. Panelists included a member of RSR Partner’s Advisory Board, Akira Matsumoto, […]

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Jane Bierwirth Comments on Private Foundation CIO Compensation

Jane Bierwirth, Co-Head of RSR Partners’ Asset Management practice based in New York, provided insight into the compensation of private foundation CIOs and how salaries compare to what’s offered elsewhere in the asset management industry in a recent FundFire article. Jane noted that private foundations are competing with endowments and asset managers for the same […]

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Jane Bierwirth Discusses How the Sophistication of Foundation CIOs Impacts Asset Management Talent

In a recent article published by FundFire, Jane Bierwirth, Co-Head of RSR Partners’ Asset Management team based in New York, discusses how asset managers are emboldening their client facing teams to match the increasing sophistication private foundations now expect from their own investment chiefs. “The stakes are higher than they used to be,” says Jane. […]

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How Agile Leadership Can Improve Board Governance

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 […]

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How to Prevent Succession Gaps in Life Sciences

In an article published on LTEN’s website (Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network for Pharma, Healthcare and Medical Device Training), Rebecca Holland New, Managing Director and head of RSR Partners’ Human Capital and Healthcare and Life Sciences Practices is interviewed by Darleen DeRosa, Ph.D., managing partner with OnPoint Consulting. Together they discuss the challenges facing […]

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Four Trends to Watch Impacting Boards & CEOs

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 […]

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Drew Cloud Joins RSR Partners to Bolster Global Sport & Entertainment Practice

Greenwich, Conn., November 29, 2018 – RSR Partners, a premier executive search and leadership consulting firm, announced that Drew Cloud has joined the firm’s Global Sport & Entertainment Leadership Practice. Based in New York City, Drew will focus on recruiting senior leaders and providing human capital advisory services across the global sport ecosystem. He will also […]

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