Susanna Pozzoni

Senior Search Asso­ciate

Exec­u­tive Search




IT & Dig­i­tal Trans­for­ma­tion

If I had to describe myself, I could say that I have a “prag­mat­ic fan­ta­sy”: I love man­dalas, draw­ings, con­struc­tions and all the man­u­al activ­i­ties that require both cre­ativ­i­ty and tech­ni­cal knowl­edge. When I ded­i­cate myself to one of them, I com­mit myself to look for pat­terns and pro­por­tions that can help me struc­ture and real­ize what I have in mind, through study, cal­cu­la­tion and dia­logue with the peo­ple around me.


I grad­u­at­ed in Eco­nom­ics and have been work­ing in Exec­u­tive Search for over thir­ty years, both in con­sult­ing firms and as a free­lancer. My approach with my pas­sions is very sim­i­lar to what I do in my job: in fact, as Glas­ford Senior Search Asso­ciate, dur­ing each new project I lis­ten care­ful­ly and deep­en the pecu­liar­i­ties of the com­pa­ny and the per­son sought, iden­ti­fy­ing myself and try­ing to ful­ly under­stand the tech­ni­cal and sec­toral aspects that make each role unique. In this process, dia­logue and dis­cus­sion with oth­er peo­ple are fun­da­men­tal to enrich my knowl­edge and grasp the dif­fer­ent points of view, in order to gen­er­ate new ideas and inter­est­ing alter­na­tives that can lead me to iden­ti­fy the best solu­tion.


This is the only pos­si­ble way to help pro­fes­sion­als to real­ize their aspi­ra­tions and com­pa­nies to keep up with the changes in the mar­ket to achieve their goals, thus favor­ing the evo­lu­tion of the entire “sis­tema imp­rese”.