Heidrick & Struggles Promotes Partners and Principals Globally

Heidrick & Struggles Promotes Partners and Principals Globally

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CHICAGO, March 15, 2019

New Promotions in Executive Search and Heidrick Consulting underscore the firm's commitment to professional development and advancing exemplary talent

CHICAGO, March 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Heidrick & Struggles (Nasdaq: HSII), a premier provider of executive search, leadership assessment and development, organization and team effectiveness, and culture shaping services globally, today announced that as part of its annual promotions process, the firm has promoted 14 Partners and 25 Principals in its search and consulting businesses globally; these promotions were effective beginning January 1, 2019.

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"Our consultants are working with our clients to build the best leadership teams around the world," said Krishnan Rajagopalan, President and CEO, Heidrick & Struggles. "These new partners and principals have clearly demonstrated their commitment to building deep, long-term relationships with our clients, serving as their trusted leadership advisors, and they also exemplify Heidrick & Struggles' core values in all that they do."

The promoted consultants are based in 18 cities across 10 countries on four continents.

Individuals promoted to Partner in 2019:

Individuals promoted to Principal in 2019:

About Heidrick & Struggles
Heidrick & Struggles (Nasdaq: HSII) serves the senior-level talent and leadership needs of the world's top organizations as a trusted advisor across executive search, leadership assessment and development, organization and team effectiveness, and culture shaping services. Heidrick & Struggles pioneered the profession of executive search more than 60 years ago. Today, the firm provides integrated leadership solutions to help our clients change the world, one leadership team at a time.® www.heidrick.com

Media Contact: 
Nina Chang
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