Our client is a privately held firm with more than 30 offices around the world. The company designs and integrates building systems. The company has evolved from a traditional electrical contractor and is now a leading provider of physical security, infrastructure, transit and smart grid systems.

Chief Executive Officer changes made from October through December 2017.

CXO changes from October through December 2017. C-level executives who have changed companies across all industries.

Board of Director Changes: October - December 2017. Executives who have joined Boards across all industries.

Chief Executive Officer changes made from April through June, 2017.

Board of Director Changes: April-June 2017. Executives who have joined Boards across all industries.

C-suite changes that took place from April to June 2017.

For an environmental construction and design firm with 165 offices around the globe and 8,000 employees, a Board Member can have a significant impact throughout all levels of the company. The Board Members of a company can seem fairly innocuous; after all, these supervisors generally only meet a handful of times over a year. However, the trickle-down effect of an outstanding Board that aligns with the values and purpose of the company amplifies the influence of the CEO and the surrounding C-suite throughout the company. On the flip side, toxic Board Members can be harmful to the operations and culture of the organization. Identifying Board Members that fit is critical to ensuring long-term success through thoughtful advising and experience.