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Senn Delaney
winter 2013

Senn Delaney is now
a Heidrick & Struggles company

Watch a video conversation with Senn Delaney President and CEO Jim Hart and Eric Olson, Heidrick & Struggles Global Practice Managing Partner, Leadership Consulting, discussing the benefits of adding culture shaping to complement Heidrick and Struggles' Executive Search and Leadership Consulting services.

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Senn Delaney CEO Jim Hart discusses why creating cultural agility is critical

How agile is your company? This is a question CEOs and their senior teams should always be examining closely, especially during times of turbulent change. Creating a culture of agility is possible and should be the CEO's first strategic priority because it is the culture that enables companies to flex nimbly in any direction and execute any strategy, Hart writes.
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Senn Delaney Chairman Larry Senn has published his new book, Up The Mood Elevator

Up the Mood Elevator, a new book by Senn Delaney Chairman and Founder Larry Senn, reveals some simple principles, fascinating concepts and useful, practical tools to help people improve their experience of life, enhance their results, build better relationships and create success with less stress. Read an interview with Senn and a chapter excerpt.
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Senn Delaney in the news: Culture change starts with CEO
Senn Delaney was recently featured in the Orange County Register. Writer Kevin Sablan's Q&A with our leaders explores the main reasons why organizational cultures need to be shaped, why culture matters to business results and Senn Delaney's proven method for shaping cultures.
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New case studies on culture-shaping successes
Our new series of case studies demonstrates the strong link between creating an agile, high-performance organizational culture and desired business results. Featured case studies include Atmos Energy, Corinthian Colleges, T-Mobile USA, The Ohio State University, Piedmont Natural Gas, USAA, Yum! Brands, Miami Children's Hospital, Nationwide and more.
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New Heidrick & Struggles whitepaper: Advice for new CEOs from those who have been there
Heidrick & Struggles recently conducted confidential interviews with 55 CEOs across a broad range of companies to find out what they would do differently if they were starting over again in the first CEO job. The result is a new white paper, “Move Faster, Drive Harder: Advice for new CEOs from those who have been there.”

The 10 key lessons for new CEOs includes advice on company culture:

  • Have a firm grasp on the company's real culture and how it might need to change to meet the strategic goals.
  • Identify and develop plans for effectively managing the drivers of the required culture change.
  • Take visible, concrete steps to model the desire culture through your own behavior.

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Former CEO reflects on why CEOs and HR leaders should work closely on culture
John Bell, former chief executive officer of Jacobs Suchard (Kraft, Nabob), writes about the importance of CEOs working closely with their human resources leaders on culture in his After-Life blog.
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Join the conversation on why culture matters in our LinkedIn group
Interested in learning more about best practices in shaping culture? Senn Delaney invites you to join our growing LinkedIn thought leadership group. Nearly 700 business leaders and change experts are part of our community. Join them to collaborate, learn and share best practices. Group participants are also among the first to receive our latest articles, newsletters, research and thought leadership videos. If you are already on LinkedIn, joining our forum is easy. Just click on the link below.
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