News & Media

February 20, 2018 | In the Media
DHR International Recruits Artistic Director for the Brooklyn Academy of Music

DHR International has placed David Binder as the artistic director of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). He succeeds long-time executive producer Joseph V. Melillo, who will step down at the end of the year. James Abruzzo, managing partner of DHR’s global non-profit recruiting practice, led the search. Full Story>

February 15, 2018 | In the Media
Five things you’ll have to give up if you move from Wall Street to Silicon Valley

t’s still winter on Wall Street, when financial services professionals dream of moving to warmer climes. You could take a vacation and come back when it’s warmer in New York, or you could consider moving to a place like California, either for another financial services job on the west coast or a position at a technology startup or an established Silicon Valley firm. However, look before you leap, because there are things you’ll miss if you move from the New York tri-state area to the San Francisco Bay area. Full Story>

February 13, 2018 | In the Media
3 Stigmas and Solutions in Executive Coaching

Whether an executive feels stigmatized when being coached depends on the approach management takes. Full Story>

February 6, 2018 | Press Releases
Vande Water joins DHR International as Partner

Global executive search firm DHR International is pleased to announce that Katie Vande Water has joined the firm as Partner and brings more than 25 years of Financial Services expertise to DHR International. Full Story>

January 29, 2018 | In the Media | Talent Economy
What Makes a Good Executive Coach?

With executive coaching still a nascent field, what are the qualifications of a good coach? Full Story>

January 24, 2018 | In the Media | pfm
The Talent Wranglers

Private equity firms know first-hand how human capital can drive returns, so many are hiring their first chief talent officer. But staffing the role requires a clear set of priorities. Full Story>

January 10, 2018 | In the Media | European Pharmaceutical Review
UK Life Sciences firms struggle in post-Brexit war for EU talent

Following the Brexit vote, the UK is already seeing problems in filling senior positions at life sciences companies, with their average “slate” of candidates falling from around 40% non-UK nationals to just 15% non-UK candidates on average… Full Story>

January 3, 2018 | In the Media | The Wall Street Journal
Sexual-Harassment Scandals Are Reshaping CEO Searches

Corporate boards have begun taking a tougher stance in vetting CEO candidates out of fear that the scourge of sexual misconduct may reach the corner office. The heightened scrutiny comes as allegations of sexual harassment topple high-profile men in the media, technology, advertising and entertainment industries. Several prominent executives have lost their jobs following alleged misdeeds that occurred years ago. Full Story>

January 3, 2018 | In the Media | eFinancial Careers
The three best jobs on Wall Street in 2018

While no one can predict the future, it’s still possible to examine banks’ activities and performance and read the tea leaves to figure out which roles are likely to be best at Wall Street banks in 2018. Our verdict is as follows. If you could work in any role on Wall Street next year, you should choose one of the following: Full Story>