Number of locations
|68 offices in 41 countries|
|Rajeev Vasudeva (CEO), Damien O'Brien (Chairman)|
|Products||Global executive searching|
|Revenue||2013: USD 663 million|
Number of employees
|about 452 consultants|
|Slogan||no official slogan|
Egon Zehnder is a global executive search firm. It is the world’s largest privately-held executive search and talent strategy firm. With revenues of USD 663 million in 2013, the firm ranks among the top three worldwide.
Currently Rajeev Vasudeva serves as CEO and Damien O'Brien as Chairman. The firm has some 2000 employees, including 452 consultants. In early 2013, the firm rebranded worldwide, dropping International from its name.
The firm offers services and expertise in the fields of Executive Search, Board Consulting and Leadership Strategy Services.
Academic research by the Harvard Business School has examined Egon Zehnder's history, reward culture and the creation of different practices in the mid-1990s. One of the principles that the firm claims for itself - operating as a single profit center - was described in an article by Ronald Heifetz, Alexander Grashow, Marty Linsky in the Harvard Business Review (July 2009).
In his book "Working with Emotional Intelligence", US business author Daniel Goleman introduced his theory of emotional intelligence. In the chapter "The emotionally intelligent organization" he describes various firms, including Egon Zehnder.
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