LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 24, 2015--
Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), the preeminent authority on leadership and
talent, today announced that Stefan Baldenweg has joined the firm’s
Leadership and Talent Consulting business as a Senior Partner based in
Mr. Baldenweg joins Korn Ferry from Malik Management, a Swiss management
consulting firm, where he has been a Partner and Head of the Zurich
office for the past 16 years. The firm focuses on strategy development
and organizational transformation.
Mr. Baldenweg brings broad consulting experience in strategic
management, organizational development and development of leadership
teams as well as mergers and acquisitions. His industry experience
includes the export-oriented industry, service industry and commerce.
"We are pleased to have Stefan Baldenweg join Korn Ferry. He stands for
a system-oriented consulting approach and thus embodies the holistic
philosophy of Korn Ferry, which extends far beyond the classic Search
business. We are responding to the growing needs of our clients for
leadership and talent consulting in Switzerland," says Stefan Steger,
Managing Director, Switzerland, Korn Ferry.
With a Masters in Engineering from the ETH Zurich and an MBA from
Insead, Mr. Baldenweg began his professional life at the Boston
Consulting Group in Munich. He later assumed responsibility as a
Managing Director for the turnaround of a medium-sized elevator company
of the Schindler Group in northern Germany. As a visiting professor, he
has taught since 2008 at the ETH in Zurich. He speaks German, English,
French, Italian and Spanish.
About Korn Ferry
Korn Ferry is the preeminent authority on leadership and talent. For
nearly half a century, clients have trusted us to recruit world-class
leaders. Today, we are their partner in designing organizational
strategy and developing their people to achieve unimaginable success.
For more information, visit www.kornferry.com.
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