Posts Tagged: CEO leadership

  • 5 resolutions for leaders in the new year

    5 resolutions for leaders in the new year

    Great leaders continually refine their instincts, improve their judgement and expand their perspectives in order to optimize their decision-making prowess, constantly moving them closer to their goals.  Great leadership is down to effective execution of a plan that moves toward a goal. So, what are your goals for 2018? Grow your business? Expand your staff, your

  • Discover your leadership style [video]

    Discover your leadership style [video]

        “Everything we do is a function of our personallities.” — Linda Schwefel  Identify your leadership style to better connect with your team Have you ever heard the adage, “It’s not what you say, it’s what you do”? For Vistage Chair and speaker Linda Schwefel it isn’t about what you say, it’s how others

  • Piercing the CEO’s bubble of isolation

    Piercing the CEO’s bubble of isolation

    In our culture, CEOs are often revered as super humans who have risen to the top of the food chain by virtue of their abilities, leadership qualities, and smarts. But CEOs can pay a steep price for their status, power, and monetary rewards. They carry enormous weight on their shoulders. The pressure is endless and

  • Executive coaching: How to get it right

    Executive coaching: How to get it right

    Nearly two out of three CEOs do not receive outside leadership advice, though nearly all of them want it.  That’s the headline of a study onducted by the Center for Leadership Development and Research at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.  The study also found that: Nearly half of all senior executives are receiving external

  • The three essential elements of making better decisions

    The three essential elements of making better decisions

     How do some of the world’s most influential CEOs make decisions? It varies. Jeff Bezos analyzes decisions from the point of view of his future self.  WPP’s Sir Martin Sorrell prefers to gather insights from a diverse group of people and create a “balance sheet” before making a decision. Meanwhile, veteran CEO Lars Rebien Sørenson

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