March 23, 2016 – Executive search firm Boyden has named Sébastien Zuchowski as a partner in its Montreal office. His focus will be on senior level assignments in the technology, media, telecommunication and industrial sectors.
Before joining Boyden Montreal, Mr. Zuchowski worked for over 20 years as a client facing executive at several high tech software, hardware and professional services companies, including GURUS Solutions, Novell/Micro Focus, Netmail, Averna, Kontron and Integrys Ltd. During his career, he was responsible for mergers and acquisitions, restructuring departments, team assessment / coaching and various strategic consulting engagements such business assessment, business process review and change management.
“Sébastien has the right eye and the experience necessary to find executives that meet the requirements of our clients,” said Roger T. Duguay, managing partner of Boyden in Montreal. “He understands the factors that can lead to growth, having himself played the key roles in various types of important organizations throughout his career.”
Mr. Duguay said Boyden’s mission is to ensure that each of the firm’s clients earn the highest return on their investment in leadership. “We know the Quebec marketplace well and we are aligned with our clients and our peers, addressing new business cycles, disruptive technologies and associated changes that transform candidates into resilient world class leaders,” he added.
Boyden’s Montreal office serves a multicultural client base that encompasses mature markets, emerging economies and developing markets across the globe. Its clients include national, multinational, and global companies; entrepreneur-led organizations; small and medium sized enterprises, as well as not-for-profit organizations.
Boyden has recently made other additions in Canada:
- In February, the firm appointed Brian G. Bachand as a partner in its Toronto office. He serves Boyden’s education, healthcare & life sciences, and not-for-profit recruiting practices. He joined the firm from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, where he led the office of advancement;
- This past fall, Boyden launched a non-profit, government and education recruiting practice in Vancouver. Ken Werker, chairman of Boyden Canada and managing partner in Vancouver, is leading the firm’s new efforts.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media