A company’s identity and success is based largely upon the foundation and strategic vision set by its Board and management. Recently, new governance requirements, a lack of public trust, and the associated demands for further transparency pose challenges that demand more from an organization’s leadership than ever before. At this level of a company’s corporate structure, the talent and specific expertise of its board and executive team hold enormous influence.
Since its founding in 1969, Raines International Inc. has successfully placed hundreds of professionals in positions of executive leadership for some of the world’s most enterprising and distinguished organizations. Our firm helps attract the leadership necessary to transform board and management performance. We identify the individuals who will add the most value to clients’ organizations as they prepare for the future.
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