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AESC’s Global Executive Talent Outlook 2019 outlines business intelligence for C-Suite leaders related to talent trends and new opportunities in the market. AESC Member consultants share input on top organizational challenges and opportunities business leaders are facing and forecast industry, functional and geographic market trends. AESC Members work as executive talent advisors to the world’s most successful businesses and have a unique vantage point on key executive talent trends. Discover information straight from recruiters on:

For AESC members, the commitment to confidentiality and respect for an individual’s private information are core values. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has sweeping effects for how organizations conduct business. In Issue Eleven of Executive Talent, AESC looks at GDPR's impact and how leaders should respond to other radical changes. 

If you are good at your job, you may find yourself being tasked with additional work such as implementing new initiatives or working with high profile clients. It is a common trend – those who do good work get more work. This can leave high-performing and trusted employees feeling overwhelmed and stressed.

Funny enough, the top result of a Google search on “being good at your job” is an article about the danger of being good at your job. A 2015 Duke University study found that having high self-control (an indicator of success) might have negative interpersonal costs, leading individuals to become burdened by others’ reliance.

To thrive today, organizations must be nimble, innovative and disruptive. What disruptive technologies are impacting global business? How can legacy businesses transform into competitive digital players? Explore Issue 13 Executive Talent. 

This is an excerpt of "Technologies on the C-Suite Horizon," from AESC Executive Talent Magazine

Digital tools and disruptive technologies from artificial intelligence and machine learning to 3D printing, 5G, IoT, Robotic Process Automation, virtual and augmented reality are transforming communication, banking, HR, manufacturing, finance, medicine, agriculture and more. What are some of the latest tools and technologies? How will organizations harness cutting-edge developments for competitive advantage? And what are the qualities of the leader who cannot only guide organizations through this disruption, but also the disruptions no one has imagined, yet?

Download AESC's 2018 regional white paper to better understand the business climate in the Middle East, with insights from business leaders and executive recruiters on the changing business climate and executive talent landscape of the region.  

Looking out across a construction site with dozens of workers scurrying from place to place, a construction leader once said, we can’t see dramatic cost reductions and quality improvements without innovations. Thankfully, across the industry organizations from general contractors to subcontractors and suppliers are rapidly taking advantage of the influx of new technologies that are poised to bring the construction industry into the 21st century, which is a good thing since according to the McKinsey’s 2015 Global Institute Industry Digitization Index, construction as an industry is at the bottom of the stack of industries for digitization.

Never have the challenges for business been greater, but they have also never been as exciting. In this issue AESC's Executive Talent magazine, we analyze traits which are core for innovation in today’s rapidly transforming and competitive business environment.  

In this special report by AESC, our parent organization, learn insights from 850+ business leaders worldwide, across industries and geographies, we sought to better understand the generational transition of leadership, from Baby Boomers to Gen X and Millennials.