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The MENA region is one of incredible diversity. With a population of over 400 million in 22 countries the juxtapositions on politics, history, religion, culture and economic fortunes are vast and well known. Older more traditional economies such as that of Egypt now sit alongside the relatively new emerging economies established on the back of crude oil and natural gas production. Whilst the GCC states have amassed considerable fortunes from the ‘black gold’ (the region holds six out ten countries with the largest proven oil reserves), it is the imagination and ambition to diversify their economies that has caught global attention. This, coupled with relative political stability and economic reform, has led to considerable foreign interest, both in terms of financial and human capital investment.Read More >>
In the interview, Mr Clark discusses leading in the multicultural Asia-Pacific region, digital commerce trends, cybercrime challenges, his management style, and the importance of personal engagement in leadership.Read More >>
Companies will continue to prioritise the acquisition of transformative leadership to face new challenges in the energy, mining and industrial sectors, according to the quarterly Executive Monitor released today by Boyden Global Executive Search.Read More >>
Boyden is a global organization with a presence in every major business center in the world, operating under a single brand: Boyden. With the global support of their Boyden colleagues, our local partners have the ability and expertise to make the best decisions for their individual markets.
Boyden was founded over 60 years ago, as the pioneer in the executive search industry. The Middle East office opened in 1999, bringing to the region our rich heritage as the leading international retained executive search organization. Today, it maintains our commitment to groundbreaking best practices and impeccable integrity.
No matter where a business is located, the principles of succession planning should be the same, even though the motivation and processes between corporations and private family business are often radically different. Nevertheless, whether it is the future leadership of an Emir for a state, a chief executive officer (CEO) of a corporation or the patriarch of a family business, there are strong principles that can be applied to each arena.Read More >>