Top-performing CEOs are scaling new terrain in year three of the pandemic
Adapting to an ever-changing business landscape. Maintaining through supply-chain disruptions, rising prices and inflation. Dealing with new government policies. The stories in the Spring 2022 issue of Vistage Perspectives magazine feature CEO members who have weathered the toughest storms in the wake of the pandemic — both external and internal — and have become stronger, wiser and better leaders in the process.
Hoodoo Adventures CEO Lyndie Hill watched business evaporate overnight during the pandemic. By thinking outside the box, Lyndie’s business has more than weathered the storm. It has thrived and provided a much-needed sanctuary for locals.
Strategic plans and updated mission statements aren’t enough to drive success and growth. You need to have the talent with the right skills and competencies to execute. Find out how Robby Shaul, president of Charlotte, North Carolina-based PMMC, leveraged leadership development programs to evolve his team, leading to 20% year-over-year growth over the last 3-5 years.
Get an inside look at what life looks like after the C-suite. We follow up with three Vistage members who reached the finish line, sold their businesses and started a new life. They’re choosing “rewirement” over retirement, taking a year off for introspection and self-exploration and finding a new calling in helping others.
As a Vistage Chair, Cheryl McMillan epitomizes the key values of trust, caring, challenge and growth needed to be an executive coach and guide a CEO peer advisory group. But Cheryl thinks of herself as more like an emergency-room doctor. “I never know what will show up,” she says. Maybe that’s why winning the 2021 Don Cope Memorial Award caught her by surprise. Learn how Cheryl has made an impact on members and peers alike.