Chairman for Central Eurasia

Yaroslav Glazunov focuses on CEO efficiency, business performance and organizational transformation. He has counseled corporate boards, CEOs, private equity investors and business founders.

In addition to his business advisory, Mr. Glazunov helps philanthropic, higher education, arts and other nonprofit organizations amplify their social impact and achieve better performance.

Mr. Glazunov has diverse non-executive director experience, sitting on corporate and non-profit boards.

Mr. Glazunov is the author of 3 bestselling books “Anti-Titanic: A Guidebook for CEOs. How to Win Where Others Fail”, “8½ Steps to Live and Work at Full Speed” and “32 Principles of Outstanding CEOs”.

His two decades in CEO practice and research are reflected in over 70 articles in Harvard Business Review, Forbes and other business magazines.