Heidrick & Struggles | Changeboard
- Heidrick & Struggles
Heidrick & Struggles is the pioneer of the executive search industry; our heritage and track record of working at the top has earned us a reputation as the premium brand in the sector. Working in partnership with some of the world's most inspirational clients and candidates, for over 60 years we have blazed a trail that others have followed.
And that momentum continues. The first executive search firm to extend its services into leadership consultancy, today, we have developed a distinctive and highly effective offering, helping the leaders of global organisations to accelerate performance, the better to compete in a VUCA world.
Recognising that a thriving culture is at the heart of every successful organisation, we were the first executive search firm in the sector to offer a dedicated culture shaping capability, through our acquisition of market leader, Senn Delaney. Heidrick & Struggles is the only executive search and advisory firm that is a Strategic Partner to the World Economic Forum, giving us unique access to inspirational thinking, leadership, and ideas. For the last nine years, we have supported WEF's annual programme for the Forum of Young Global Leaders, helping to facilitate in the selection of the next generation of outstanding leaders and entrepreneurs.
Jenni Hibbert, global managing partner for Heidrick & Struggles', talks about "putting diversity in the room as a priority".
- 30 Nov 2019
- Jenni Hibbert
Research from Heidrick & Struggles' Rachel Farley and Brad Warga uncovers core capabilities and mindsets of tomorrow's CHROs.
- 27 Mar 2019
- Rachel Farley & Brad Warga
As an accomplished CHRO, what can you do to set yourself - and your team - up for success?
- 15 Oct 2018
How can leaders mobilise, execute and transform with agility?
- 05 Oct 2018
- Steve Krupp, partner and Sharon Sands, partner
CHROs who work well with CEOs have a lasting impact on the business. The role of contemporary CHROs continues to evolve as rapidly as the organisation
- 13 Sep 2018
- Audrey Rassam