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Christoph Lueneburger is a partner
at Egon Zehnder, a global leader in
leadership strategy services,...
1
A modern leader’s highest priority is to build
a Culture of Purpose,
one fueled with energy, resilience and openness.
2
It’s the leader with an eye on building an enduring company
who never stops asking the question,
“How do I attract the s...
3
Walk the hallways of an organization with
A Culture of Purpose
and you’ll see complete absences of cynicism
and an uncon...
4
You’ll know a purpose driven organization
when you notice radical transparency and alignment between
their public percep...
5
The signature competency of a far-sighted leader
is her commercial drive
which is often anchored by her zest for curiosi...
6
The art of influence & persuasion
is a pre-cursor to successful leadership.
to maximize impact,use stories that personal...
7
Don’t mistake sustainability & purpose
as counter to commercial drive.
Doing good is highly profitable.
Think Google or ...
8
The purposeful leader is more motivated
by disruption than money.
As such, he’s spectacularly good at failure,
quitting,...
8
The purposeful leader is more motivated
by disruption than money.
As such, he’s spectacularly good at failure,
quitting,...
9
This generation is driven as much by the cause,
as they are by the paycheck.
Stand for something enduring
and you’ll bec...
10
“At Patagonia, making a profit is not the goal
because the Zen master would say profits happen
‘when you do everything ...
What would you like to be true 10 years
from now about your company
that is not true today?
REALLY REFLECT...
Connect WITH US!
Tell us what you think
Chase@33voices.com
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Christoph Lueneburger is a partner at Egon Zehnder, a global leader in leadership strategy services, board consulting, and executive search. A fluid dynamicist and former private equity investor, he founded the firm's Sustainability Practice, which grew to a market-leading position under his leadership. Christoph now heads the firm's global private equity practice.

Christoph's career started in the specialty materials sector, where he holds multiple patents and rose to run a European manufacturer. Transitioning to private equity, he then focused on deals in the water sector. He began to think begrudgingly about sustainability while carrying cases of imported sparkling water to the fourth-story flat of his then-fiancée in Paris.

Venturing beyond the intersection of value creation and talent, Christoph has designed and built a game-changing rowing shell and also imagines himself to be the only person to have traversed Alaska's Mt. McKinley and Timbuktu's Niger Valley within the same month. At the top of his bucket list is riding the Pan-American Highway by motorcycle.

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  1. 1. Powered by insights from Christoph Lueneburger
  2. 2. This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  3. 3. christoph Lueneburger Christoph Lueneburger is a partner at Egon Zehnder, a global leader in leadership strategy services, board consulting, and executive search. A fluid dynamicist and former private equity investor, he founded the firm’s Sustainability Practice, which grew to a market-leading position under his leadership. Christoph now heads the firm’s global private equity practice. @cultofpurpose
  4. 4. 1 A modern leader’s highest priority is to build a Culture of Purpose, one fueled with energy, resilience and openness.
  5. 5. 2 It’s the leader with an eye on building an enduring company who never stops asking the question, “How do I attract the smartest and most intellectually gifted individuals to help us tackle the most challenging of problems?”
  6. 6. 3 Walk the hallways of an organization with A Culture of Purpose and you’ll see complete absences of cynicism and an unconditional level trust in everyone.
  7. 7. 4 You’ll know a purpose driven organization when you notice radical transparency and alignment between their public perception and operational reality.
  8. 8. 5 The signature competency of a far-sighted leader is her commercial drive which is often anchored by her zest for curiosity.
  9. 9. 6 The art of influence & persuasion is a pre-cursor to successful leadership. to maximize impact,use stories that personalize and tap the emotions of the individual(s).
  10. 10. 7 Don’t mistake sustainability & purpose as counter to commercial drive. Doing good is highly profitable. Think Google or Patagonia.
  11. 11. 8 The purposeful leader is more motivated by disruption than money. As such, he’s spectacularly good at failure, quitting, and knowing when to pivot.
  12. 12. 8 The purposeful leader is more motivated by disruption than money. As such, he’s spectacularly good at failure, quitting, and knowing when to pivot.
  13. 13. 9 This generation is driven as much by the cause, as they are by the paycheck. Stand for something enduring and you’ll become a magnet for A+ talent.
  14. 14. 10 “At Patagonia, making a profit is not the goal because the Zen master would say profits happen ‘when you do everything else right.” - Patagonia Founder Yvon Chouinard
  15. 15. What would you like to be true 10 years from now about your company that is not true today? REALLY REFLECT...
  16. 16. Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com
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