Glenn G. Anderson Jr.
Web site: www.signium.com
Address: 1422 Euclid Avenue, Suite 500, Cleveland, OH 44115
Advice: Manage your career from two perspectives:How well have you managed it within the organization you currently work, and how will it look to other employers if and when you decide to make a career change?
Qualities sought in emerging leaders: A successful track record of managing successfully in adverse and diverse situations, and the ability to admit mistakes and talk about them.
Sector specialization: General industrial, financial services
Job function specialization: CEO, COO, CFO, and GM searches primarily for private equity owned and privately held businesses.
Geographical Focus: North America and Global
Companies I often recruit for: Not Provided
Favorite historical figure: Mark Twain
Education: Weatherhead School of Management; Case Western Reserve University, MBA 1992; Ohio Wesleyan University, BA English Literature 1983
Employment history: Managing Director, Signium International Cleveland, 2002-present; Partner, TMP Worldwide, 2000-2002; Partner, LAI Worldwide, 1998-2000; Principal, Lamalie Amrop International, 1994-1998; President, Boyer Sign, 1992-1994; Senior Manager, Manager, Senior Consultant, KPMG, 1987-1992; Consultant, The Segal Co., 1983-1987
Other interests: Travel; Golf; Art and Antique Collecting; Reading
Professional/Membership Affiliations: Member of the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee of the Western Reserve Historical Society; Board of Trustees SPEA (Suicide Prevention Education Alliance); Business Volunteers Unlimited
Experience in executive search consulting: 14 plus
High Profile Placement: Any of the portfolio company C-level searches I have completed for my private equity clients.
Other paths I might have pursued: Decorative arts and antique dealer
The global business trend that will most influence corporate performance in the future: The necessity for American businesses to embrace the globalization of various sectors and industries, and to identify ways to enhance performance in the global economy.
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