The Business Impact Of #MeToo
December 2018 “The buck stops with the CEO!” as cited by Janice Ellig in this recent podcast with host Jon Umstead, on Business is Art. Janice is interviewed for her expertise around the impact the #MeToo movement has had on the corporate environment. In this matter of fact dialogue, Janice cuts right into the why boards and executives need to pay attention and how to make this action possible.Listen here
Women Make Exceptional Leaders – During and Post COVID-19
We are heartened and strongly agree with CNN Business’ publication by author Michelle P. King, the Director of Inclusion at Netflix – “Responding to Women are Better Leaders. The Pandemic Proves It.” Ellig Group is the leader in identifying, recruiting and onboarding more diverse and female executive talent for senior-level appointments in the C-suite and boardroom, ensuring long-term success for our corporate and nonprofit clients as well as the candidates whose careers we champion. We believe companies and Governments need moreLearn More
Reimagining Search With Ellig Group
As our clients adapt to meet the rapid pace of change across all industries, we, too, have transformed. Ellig Group was established, created organically from its legacy company, Chadick Ellig, and with much of the same team that serviced clients over the years still in place! Our Executive Search Practice, focused on retained senior-level searches for the C-Suite, divisional, and boardroom positions, remains the cornerstone of our business. We continue to work with clients across all industries, including diversified FinancialLearn More
Proof Networking Is Actually Worth Your Time
Even if you don’t enjoy it.Read More
Why More Women are Needed in the Boardroom
On Nov. 7 about 650 executives will gather at Cipriani 42nd Street for the Women’s Forum of New York’s Breakfast of Corporate Champions. The biennial event recognizes S&P 500/Fortune 1,000 companies with corporate boards that include at least 30% women. Recruiting executive Janice Ellig launched the breakfast in 2011, when she was head of the forum, as a way to encourage companies to include more women as board members. Back then the event honored firms with just 20% female directors, so there’s been progress. Ellig’s ultimate goal, though, is full gender parity in the boardroom.
Click HERE for the Crain’s New York Business full interview with Janice Ellig on Why More Women are Needed in the Boardroom.
Holly J. Gregory – Board Lessons In A Shifting Paradigm
Financier – Q&A: Diversity in the Boardroom and C-Suite
“Like driving financial growth, responsible chief executives that champion equality do the same for talent acquisition – at the board, C-suite and throughout an organization,” – Janice ElligRead More
Why Finding Diverse Talent Remains a Challenge
Business leaders know that diversity and inclusion make companies better on every level. A new report by IIC Partners offers a roadmap to overcoming the obstacles that continue to hinder progress.Read More