What is wrong with it? I think it is a nice corporate head shot.
For an architecture theme, I very much like the slightly blurred background creating graphical primitives to fill or divide the frame. Fits the style of your interior shots. But the woman currently looks like a dead corps, cut in half by the background, in a leaning tower of Pisa pose. The colortoning may be necessary to conform to the corporate identity guidelines, but it doesn't help a dull and lifeless "presence". She doesn't stand out from the background nor is she embedded. I understand this is a corporate headshot, and the shot manages to capture that totally non-descript expression, but where is that twinkle-in-the-eye that says: "Yes, I'm human."?
We receive a lot of brochures from undertakers here lately, and this strongly reminds me of those. It would fit right in, with the toning and her standing exactly on that transition of light and dark.