Share:
 A seamless transition: Implementing succession planning in your company, “Verslo žinios” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vilnius, Lithuania – Companies are better-placed to cope with possible future risks if they have formulated succession plans for their top executives and key employees, and are ready, willing and able to replace departing personnel. Leading Lithuanian oil company Klaipedos Nafta planned ahead and prepared its future leaders, and this groundwork proved invaluable when their General Manager accepted an offer to become the Lithuanian Minister of Energy.

  • In the media
  • Vilnius
  • Lithuania
Read more
Share:
Top executives pocket average R23m a year, “fin24.com” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Cape Town, South Africa – Top executives in the world’s largest companies are taking home an average annual salary of R23m (approximately €1.45m), according to a global study.

  • In the media
  • Cape Town
  • South Africa
Read more
Share:
Burn bright – don’t burn out, “Karriere-News” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vienna, Austria – Although we are taught to work independently, learning efficient delegation skills could have a great influence on  one’s career.

  • In the media
  • Vienna
  • Austria
Read more
Share:
Executive compensation in Latvia: Salaries are increasing with responsibilities, “Dienas Bizness” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Riga, Latvia – Evita Lune, Partner at Pedersen & Partners shares her insights with „Dienas Bizness“ on executive compensation for Latvian top managers.

  • In the media
  • Riga
  • Latvia
Read more
Share:
When is the change coming? “Communications Middle East & Africa” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Women in telecoms are witnessing a positive change in terms of gender inclusion in the sector but they highlight that there is still a long way to find balance in the sector.

  • In the media
  • Dubai
  • United Arab Emirates
Read more
Share:
CEO paychecks rarely on the line when it comes to being green, “Bloomberg Business” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

New York, USA – While dozens of the world’s largest companies have signed pledges urging “the world’s leaders to reach an ambitious climate deal” at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, and vowed to reduce their businesses’ environmental impact, only a handful put CEO pay on the line.

  • In the media
  • New York
  • USA
Read more
Share:
Top level: How much do Ukrainian CEOs earn? - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Kiev, Ukraine – Pedersen & Partners has released the results of a unique Ukrainian market study of CEO salaries that it carried out in association with the international audit company EY. Alexey Dolgikh, Head of CIS & Country Manager for Ukraine at Pedersen & Partners and Olga Gorbanovskaya, Partner and Human Capital Practice Leader at EY, talked to Forbes Ukraine about CEO compensation and the factors that affect it, but also spoke about motivating factors for senior managers that go beyond monetary compensation.

  • In the media
  • Kiev
  • Ukraine
Read more
Share:
The Executive MBA – an expensive piece of paper? “Karriere-News" - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vienna, Austria – In Germany, an expensive MBA rarely guarantees an increase in salary. However, it could still boost your career.

  • In the media
  • Vienna
  • Austria
Read more
Share:
Dress for success, “Dienas Bizness” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Riga, Latvia – Evita Lune, Partner at Pedersen & Partners speaks to „Dienas Bizness“ about dress codes and ethics in the business environment.

  • In the media
  • Riga
  • Latvia
Read more
Share:
These days, talent is global – and in high demand in Spain, “Equipos y Talento” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Madrid, Spain –  Alberto Bocchieri, Partner and Co-head for Spain and Latin America at Pedersen & Partners speaks to „Equipos y Talento.“                       Pedersen & Partners is a rapidly-growing global Executive Search firm with a strong presence in emerging markets. The firm was founded by Poul Pedersen 15 years ago, and has subsequently grown very steadily, expanding its presence to 50 countries. In December 2011, Pedersen & Partners opened its first Spanish office in Madrid, and since then has expanded to Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Chile and Mexico.

  • In the media
  • Madrid
  • Spain
Read more

Pages

Upcoming Events