Executive talent selection. Photo: Jirsak/Shutterstock

The recruiting and retaining landscape has changed remarkably over the past decade and will continue to evolve from the traditional model as we once knew it. Roughly 10,000 baby boomers, the largest generation in U.S. history, will be retiring every day for the next decade, according to the Pew Research Center. This is undoubtedly creating a shift in the makeup of the C-suite.

If this hasn’t yet impacted your C-suite, it’s likely that it will soon, and it’s important to be prepared to install your next leaders. Attracting top-level C-suite talent starts with having a clear sense of your organization’s mission and establishing a culture reflective of that. Your mission and culture need to be aligned and reflect your company’s strategic goals and imperatives. It can be challenging to attract top talent if these two elements are not in sync, and it can also be difficult to define exactly who your ideal candidates are.

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