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Les T Csorba

Les T Csorba

Heidrick & Struggles

Les is an executive search consultant focusing on the oil and gas industry in Heidrick & Struggles, New Jersey.

Les T Csorba is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ Houston office and a member of the Industrial and CEO & Board of Directors practices focusing on the oil and gas industry.

Les’s executive search work focuses on senior-level assignments in the upstream, midstream, and oil services segments of the energy industry. In 2012, Les and his team were awarded The Heidrick & Struggles Global Craftsmanship Award, the firm’s highest honor for quality execution. He has also conducted senior level search work for leading non-profits and public-sectors organizations. Prior to his experience in the executive search business, Les served in the White House as a special assistant to the President of the United States for presidential personnel during the George H.W. Bush Administration.

An active energy industry participant, Les is a member of the Houston Producers’ Forum and is a frequent speaker and writer on leadership issues. He is the author of “TRUST: The One Thing That Makes or Breaks a Leader” (Thomas Nelson, 2004), and his articles have appeared in Corporate Board Member Magazine, the Wall Street Journal’s “National Employment Weekly”, the Houston Chronicle, the Chicago Tribune, USA Today and others. He has been interviewed on the subject of leadership and corporate governance, appearing on FOX News, MSNBC, and CNBC with Maria Bartiromo.

Les is an active member of the community where he serves on the board of Yellowstone Academy, a faith-based inner-city school in Houston. In 2007, Les was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve on the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships.Education:

Les graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Davis.

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