Category Archives: Executive Search

Character is One Key In Cross-Border Leadership Hires

Character is One Key In Cross-Border Leadership Hires

Character, chemistry and cultural sensitivity are key criteria that C-suite leaders look for when identifying and onboarding leaders at their global operations. This is the conclusion of CEOs and international search executives who met recently in Cleveland at the annual meeting of the International Executive Search Federation (IESF), hosted recently by ASLON Group. Formed in 2002, […]

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Leaders generate success, benefit companies

Succession planning actually begins with hiring the right people in the first place. During a search, we pursue individuals who can be winners at any company. Like a great athlete, do they combine their talents with hard work, commitment and tenacity? Are they natural leaders, visionaries, and people of integrity? Bringing effective leaders to organizations […]

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Bias Toward Action in Search

Bias Toward Action: Behind the Scenes of Search This issue of The Chronicle examines Bias Toward Action, one of the ASLON Five leadership assessment criteria we use, along with other methods, to gain a clear understanding of a candidate’s leadership characteristics. Not only is Bias Toward Action an important leadership quality for individuals, it is […]

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