Career Development & Opportunities              for Executives in the Middle of the Crisis                                ...
Executive Search Industry, Global Financial Trends                Trend in Annual                   Average Net           ...
Executive Search Industry, Global Financial Trends – Q3 2011             Trend in Quarterly                  Average Net  ...
ES Global Industry Trends – Q3 2011  Year-on-year trend: Q3 2010 to Q3 2011  Increasing: LS/HC +21%, Consumer +17%, Indust...
ES Regional Trends Global – Q3 2011  Year-on-year trend: Q3 2010 to Q3 2011  • Increasing: N. America +11%, EMEA +4%  • De...
ES Trends, % per Industry                                                          % of Total          Consumer           ...
ES Trends, % per Position Function                                                            % of Total          Academic...
ES Trends , % per Position Seniority                                                                    1st : Upper Manage...
Stanton Chase InternationalGlobal Results, October 10 – September 11                                                      ...
What about Greece?
Greece - Trends                     Executive Search Market - Overview                       → 2004 - 2008: Growth Average...
Greece - Trends                              Rising Stars in Economy           → Generic Pharmaceuticals           → Aquac...
Greece - Trends                    Opportunities            Swift to B, C & D Level Companies            Entrepreneurship ...
Greece - Trends                  Possible Future Stars…
•       TERRA CRETA S.A., Olive Oil        •       GAEA FOOD S.A., Traditional Products        •       CROCUS KOZANIS, Gre...
•    CHOCOTIMES, Chocolates       •    ZAGORIN, Pilion Apples       •    GREENWAYS, Landscape Architects       •    MICREL...
Greece - Trends                    Opportunities            Swift to B, C & D Level Companies            Entrepreneurship ...
Greece - Trends                 Entrepreneurship Potential     → Management By Outs     → Business Alignment / Turnarounds...
Greece - Trends                    Opportunities            Swift to B, C & D Level Companies            Entrepreneurship ...
Greece - Trends               Change Industry / Function    Function      →   Exports    Industry      →   Natural Resourc...
Greece - Trends                   Opportunities            Swift to B, C & D Level Companies            Entrepreneurship P...
Opportunities Abroad
Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf                                             Recruitment & Mobility     After the 20...
Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf                                          State of the Economy                      ...
Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf                    Recruitment & Mobility
Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf                          Recruitment & Mobility                      Qatar VS Dubai...
Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf                         Recruitment & Mobility                     Dubai VS Qatar  ...
There was a one hour interview on CNBC with Warren   Buffett, the world’s second richest man who has            donated $3...
• He bought his first share at age 11 and he now regrets that he  started too late!       Things were very cheap that time...
•   He still lives in the same small 3-bedroom house in mid-town    Omaha, that he bought after he got married 50 years ag...
• His company, Berkshire  Hathaway, owns 63 companies.  He writes only one letter each  year to the CEOs of these  compani...
• He has given his CEOs only two rules:     Rule number 1: Do not lose any of your share     holders money.     Rule numbe...
• He does not socialize with the high society crowd. His  past time after he gets home is to make himself some  pop corn a...
• Bill Gates, the worlds richest man met him for the  first time only 5 years ago. Bill Gates did not think he  had anythi...
His advice to young people:"Stay away from credit cards & bank loans and invest inyourself and remember:   A. Money doesnt...
D. Dont follow brand names; just wear those things in   which you feel comfortable.E.   Dont waste your money on unnecessa...
"The HAPPIEST people DO NOT necessarily have the      ‘BEST’ THINGS.They simply APPRECIATE the     things they have”
It is crazy to do the same thing     over and over again and    expect different results…                       Albert Ein...
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Career Development & Opportunities for Executives in the Middle of the Crisis

  1. 1. Career Development & Opportunities for Executives in the Middle of the Crisis Harris Pezoulas, President71 Offices, 45 Countries, 4 Continents
  2. 2. Executive Search Industry, Global Financial Trends Trend in Annual Average Net Revenues 2011 2010 2009 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr Year-on-year trend: 2009 to 2010 → + 26% Year-on-year trend: 2010 to 2011 → ~ + 10%Source: AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report – Q3 2011
  3. 3. Executive Search Industry, Global Financial Trends – Q3 2011 Trend in Quarterly Average Net Revenues Year-on-year trend: Q3 2010 to Q3 2011 → + 8.3% Quarter-on-quarter trend: Q2 2011 to Q3 2011 → - 0.5%Source: AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report – Q3 2011
  4. 4. ES Global Industry Trends – Q3 2011 Year-on-year trend: Q3 2010 to Q3 2011 Increasing: LS/HC +21%, Consumer +17%, Industrial +12%, Professional Services +18% Decreasing: Financial -12%, Technology -8%, Non-Profit -13.1% Trend in Average Number of Searches Started Quarterly, by IndustrySource: AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report – Q3 2011
  5. 5. ES Regional Trends Global – Q3 2011 Year-on-year trend: Q3 2010 to Q3 2011 • Increasing: N. America +11%, EMEA +4% • Decreasing: Asia/Pacific -2.3%, Central/South America -2% Trend in Average Number of Searches Started Quarterly, by RegionSource: AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report – Q3 2011
  6. 6. ES Trends, % per Industry % of Total Consumer 19% Financial Services 12% Government, Education & Non profit 1% Industrial 33% Life Sciences/ Health Care 11% 1. Industrial Logistics & Transportation 3% 2. Consumer Natural Resources & Energy 4% Professional Services 7% Technology 10% Total 100%Source: AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report – Q3 2011
  7. 7. ES Trends, % per Position Function % of Total Academic & Not Profit 0.7% Engineering 5% Finance 15% Human Resources 8% IT 7% Legal 2% 1. Sales & Marketing Manufacturing/QA/Operations 11% 2. Finance Research & Development 3% Sales & Marketing 36% Supply Chain 2% Other 11% Total 100%Source: AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report – Q3 2011
  8. 8. ES Trends , % per Position Seniority 1st : Upper Management % of Total Very Senior 8% Senior 31% Upper Management 35% Mid Management 26% Total 100%Source: AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report – Q3 2011
  9. 9. Stanton Chase InternationalGlobal Results, October 10 – September 11 By Region Group total: +36% • Asia/Pacific +15% • EMEA +42% • Latin America +28% By Practice Group • North America +48% • L & T 103% • Professional Services 62% • Industrial +44% • Financial Services +43% • NR & Energy +38% • CPS +24% • LS/HC +16% • Gov-Non Profit -17% 71 Offices, 45 Countries, 4 ContinentsNorth America, Latin America, Europe/Middle East/Africa, Asia/Pacific
  10. 10. What about Greece?
  11. 11. Greece - Trends Executive Search Market - Overview → 2004 - 2008: Growth Average +30% → 2009: - (50% – 60%) → 2010: - (15% – 25%) → 2011: + (10% – 15%)Source: Non Official Market Data
  12. 12. Greece - Trends Rising Stars in Economy → Generic Pharmaceuticals → Aquaculture → Tourism → Property Development/Complimentary Services (Elderly Care) → Logistics & Transportation (Ports, Airports) → Energy/Renewables/Waste Management → Agriculture/Food & Beverage Processing/ Mediterranean CulinarySource: McKinsey & Company Executive Summary, Greece 10 Years Ahead
  13. 13. Greece - Trends Opportunities Swift to B, C & D Level Companies Entrepreneurship Potential Change Industry/ Function Expatriation
  14. 14. Greece - Trends Possible Future Stars…
  15. 15. • TERRA CRETA S.A., Olive Oil • GAEA FOOD S.A., Traditional Products • CROCUS KOZANIS, Greek Red Saffron Products • ROI S.A., Olives-Olive Oil • TRIKALINOS S.A., Grey Mullet Bottarga • SAPOUNAS & PARTNERS S.A., Traditional Products • KTIMA ALFA, Wines • KTIMA KOSTAS LAZARIDES, Wines • EAS MONOFATSIOU, Traditional Cretan Cheeses • MESOGIAKA SIMATA, Traditional Products • OLYMPIA XENIA, Olive Oil, Olive Products • KOUKOUVITI SONS L.T.D., Traditional Products • LYTRAS-STYLIANOS & SONS S.A., Dairy Products • TSAKTSARLIS-GEROVASSILIOU, Wines • PAPAKONSTANTIOU BROS L.T.D., Dairy ProductsMarket Source
  16. 16. • CHOCOTIMES, Chocolates • ZAGORIN, Pilion Apples • GREENWAYS, Landscape Architects • MICREL MEDICAL DEVICES, Medical Infusion Devices • i-STEAM, i-phone Application • ELIN BIOFUELS S.A. Biofuel Production • H.K. PAPADIMITRIOU, Raisins of Messinia • MOTION FX, Broadcast Media Applications • BIOLEA, Organic Olive Oil • CRYSTAL AUDIO, Home Cinema • NGP PLASTIC, Recycled/Eco friendly plastics • EPSILON NET, Business Software/Training Services • LOUX MARLAFEKAS S.A., Beverages • VANIOS MARITIME HOLDING, Shipping Company • SOL ENERGY HELLAS, Energy Saving Systems • CORALLIA, Hellenic Technology Clusters InitiativeMarket Source
  17. 17. Greece - Trends Opportunities Swift to B, C & D Level Companies Entrepreneurship Potential Change Industry/ Function Expatriation
  18. 18. Greece - Trends Entrepreneurship Potential → Management By Outs → Business Alignment / Turnarounds → Spin Offs → Private Equity, Venture Capital, Distressed Funds Banks Portfolio (1000+ companies with financial Problems)
  19. 19. Greece - Trends Opportunities Swift to B, C & D Level Companies Entrepreneurship Potential Change Industry / Function Expatriation
  20. 20. Greece - Trends Change Industry / Function Function → Exports Industry → Natural Resources & Energy → Hospitality → Tourism → Life Sciences & Health Care → Public Sector/ Municipalities
  21. 21. Greece - Trends Opportunities Swift to B, C & D Level Companies Entrepreneurship Potential Change Industry/ Function Expatriation
  22. 22. Opportunities Abroad
  23. 23. Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf Recruitment & Mobility After the 2009 crisis, Dubai, from aDestination of Professionals turned into a Source of Talents for employers elsewhere!
  24. 24. Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf State of the Economy Crude Oil=Key EngineVast Government Investments• Health Sector• Education Sector• Infrastructure
  25. 25. Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf Recruitment & Mobility
  26. 26. Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf Recruitment & Mobility Qatar VS Dubai Qatar tends to be the most popular destination. Why? • Fast-Growing Economy • Abundance of Employment Opportunities • Higher Salaries on Offer • Falling Cost of Living • Continuous Government Investments
  27. 27. Employment & Salary Trends in the Gulf Recruitment & Mobility Dubai VS Qatar Dubai tends to retain its expatriates. Why? • Qatar’s laws preventing expatriates from changing employers • Qatar’s Inferior Infrastructure
  28. 28. There was a one hour interview on CNBC with Warren Buffett, the world’s second richest man who has donated $31 billion to charity.Following are some very interesting aspects of his life:
  29. 29. • He bought his first share at age 11 and he now regrets that he started too late! Things were very cheap that time… Encourage your children to invest.• He bought a small farm at age 14 with savings from delivering newspapers. One can buy many things with few savings. Encourage your children to start some kind of business.
  30. 30. • He still lives in the same small 3-bedroom house in mid-town Omaha, that he bought after he got married 50 years ago. He says that he has everything he needs in that house. His house does not have a wall or a fence. Dont buy more than you "really need" and encourage your children to do and think the same.• He drives his own car everywhere and does not have a driver or security people around him. You are what you are. He never travels by private jet, although he owns the worlds largest private jet company. Always think how you can accomplish things economically..
  31. 31. • His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns 63 companies. He writes only one letter each year to the CEOs of these companies, giving them goals for the year. He never holds meetings or calls them on a regular basis. Assign the right people to the right jobs.
  32. 32. • He has given his CEOs only two rules: Rule number 1: Do not lose any of your share holders money. Rule number 2: Do not forget rule number 1. Set goals and make sure people focus on them.
  33. 33. • He does not socialize with the high society crowd. His past time after he gets home is to make himself some pop corn and watch Television. Dont try to show off, just be your self and do what you enjoy doing• Warren Buffet does not carry a cell phone, nor has a computer on his desk.
  34. 34. • Bill Gates, the worlds richest man met him for the first time only 5 years ago. Bill Gates did not think he had anything in common with Warren Buffet. So he had scheduled his meeting only for half hour. But when Gates met him, the meeting lasted for ten hours and Bill Gates became a devotee of Warren Buffet.
  35. 35. His advice to young people:"Stay away from credit cards & bank loans and invest inyourself and remember: A. Money doesnt create man but it is the man who created money. B. Live your life as simply as possible. C. Dont do what others say - listen to them, but do what you feel good doing.
  36. 36. D. Dont follow brand names; just wear those things in which you feel comfortable.E. Dont waste your money on unnecessary things; rather just spend on those things you really need.F. After all, its your life so why allow others to rule your life?"
  37. 37. "The HAPPIEST people DO NOT necessarily have the ‘BEST’ THINGS.They simply APPRECIATE the things they have”
  38. 38. It is crazy to do the same thing over and over again and expect different results… Albert Einstein

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