Executive Search and AI – what does the future hold?

  The use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is rapidly expanding at corporate level, influencing all practices, including HR. According to the Deloitte 2018 Global Human Capital Trends survey, almost 50% of the respondents confirmed that their companies are introducing artificial intelligence related…

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Pressing Business Issues for C-Suite Leaders in 2018

  The latest issue of the “Executive Talent” magazine published by AESC includes a very interesting article about the key challenges faced by today’s leaders. The study was conducted by the Conference Board (TCB). For 18 years, the TCB surveyes CEOs from around the world…

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Borrer Executive Search: How we comply with GDPR

  Over the past six months we have been in the process of preparing for the requirements of the GDPR which comes into force on 25th May 2018. We engaged a GDPR advisory team who specialises in preparing executive search firms for the new regulations.…

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Borrer Executive Search becomes member of AESC

The Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) is the global professional association representing excellence in executive search and leadership advisory solutions and has announced the approval of Borrer Executive Search into its global membership. Our firm’s acceptance follows extensive vetting, including reference checks, site visits, votes by AESC regional councils and commitment tothe AESC Code of Professional Practice.

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The Dilemma of Choosing an Assessment Instrument (II)

In Part 1 of our series of articles on assessment tools, we referred to those generally known as personality instruments which are frequently used in leadership development programs or in team workshops (See The dilemma of choosing an assessment instrument (I)). We will now be…

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The dilemma of choosing an assessment instrument (I)

  Psychometric tools are frequently used in training, coaching and for development purposes. Some describe personality traits based on Jungian theory of types, others focus on describing behaviors in work related situations: management or leadership styles, communication, negotiation, problem solving or thinking and learning preferences.…

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