Amrop advises the world’s most dynamic, agile organizations on identifying and positioning Leaders For What’s Next - adept at working across borders, in markets around the world. With 64 offices in 51 countries, Amrop is one of the world’s largest retained executive search partnerships.
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Consumer & Retail
The success of the Consumer and Retail Practice Group is the direct result of close professional cooperation amongst Amrop Partners, often gained in the context of international projects.
Energy & Infrastructure
The search for wise leadership in the face of urgent global challenges.
Balancing the speed of digital, talent management, change management and ethics.
If human capital is the enduring success factor in Professional Services, how can you build integrated leadership capability at every level and every opportunity?
Leadership for What's Next: accelerating digital and technology transformation.
The banking sector is a major driver for socio-economic and environmental change. Accordingly, Societe Generale’s mission has changed from its original purpose of 150 years ago (promoting trade and industry), to one that notably puts sustainability at its heart, based in the understanding that economic development and social and environmental change go hand-in-hand.
What motivates leaders to join one kind of organization, and avoid another? What are their deeper criteria for career decisions? What sources are they using to ‘audit’ potential employers, and what are their attitudes to the use of AI in the hiring process? What factors are fueling executive departures and how have recent global events affected their confidence in making a career move?
Uncertainty continues to rock the travel and tourism industry. ‘Traffic light’ travel restrictions remain jumpy, despite the progress of vaccination programs. How have industry leaders experienced the Covid cataclysm? As signs of recovery appear, what particular leadership qualities are taking the sector into calmer skies? And what can leaders in other sectors learn from them?