The AESC's annual Global Talent Outlook, provides timely business intelligence to decision makers as well as valuable guidance to executive candidates who are considering new opportunities in the coming year.
AESC President and CEO, Karen Greenbaum, commented, “Across the board, AESC members are more optimistic this year about the global economy, their country’s economy, the executive talent advisory profession and their own businesses. This year, 64% of leaders at AESC member firms have a more optimistic outlook for their businesses, compared to only 41% last year. As uncertainty looms, business leaders turn to trusted advisors for strategic insights and to minimize risk."
Highlights include: A strong demand globally for top executive talent as the executive search and leadership profession growing with increasing demand for services beyond executive search such as succession planning, internal talent assessment and board advisory Despite political uncertainty, 64% of leaders of AESC member firms have an optimistic outlook for their business Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are the top function with the most growing demand AESC members see Technology and Healthcare/Life Sciences as the two sectors to experience the most growth in 2017