RRAonLeadership: Effective CEO and Board Leadership
July/August 2012 Newsletter
Lessons in Leadership from Rose Marie Bravo, director on the boards of Tiffany, Estée Lauder and Williams-Sonoma, and former CEO of Burberry
Leadership in the Field is a series of video interviews with global leaders. In this month's feature, Rose Marie Bravo, director on the boards of Tiffany, Estée Lauder and Williams-Sonoma, discusses leveraging the board, in-demand directors and the importance of non-executive chairmen.
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Essential Elements of an Effective CEO-Board Relationship
Clearly defined relationships between the CEO, the chairman and the board are critical to an organization’s overall performance. Our Global CEO and Board Services practice identifies 25 essential elements of CEO-Board relationships that contribute to effective corporate governance and superior results. Read more >>
Nine Attributes That Differentiate CEOs
Becoming a CEO is the greatest career leap an executive can make. What makes it such an extraordinary transition is the complexity of the role and the skills required to be successful. So what exactly do CEOs have that other leaders don’t? Read more >>
Do You Have The Digital Leaders You Need?
Tuck Rickards and Jeffrey Rayport’s blog on HBR.org defines what “digital” means in terms of board expertise, and examines the nine F500 boards identified as highly digital. This timely discussion provides guidance for boards as they assess their need for digital leadership in the boardroom and the c-suite. Read more >>
RRA in the News
The Board’s Role in the Search for a Non-Family CEO
Clarke Murphy, CEO of Russell Reynolds Associates, outlines factors the board must consider when bringing in a non-family CEO to run a family-influenced company. Read more >>
Region Reduces Its Reliance on Expatriates
The Financial Times quotes Elisa Hukins on leadership strategies in China and features the Russell Reynolds Associates’ white paper "Six Talent Dilemmas Facing Multinational Corporations in China."
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