Posts Tagged: CEO

  • 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

  • Perception ≠ Reality

    Perception ≠ Reality

    We often hear the phrase perception is reality. In the physical world, we are told that we cannot perceive reality directly; perception is all we have. “If a tree falls in the woods…..” As leaders, we transfer this rule into behaviors, i.e. how we perceive a product, becomes what it is. How we perceive a person or

  • Lessons in leadership from the U.S. Army

    Lessons in leadership from the U.S. Army

    Some of the most resonant and lasting lessons former Vistage CEO Richard Carr took from his years in the United States Army came from his stint working side by side with a three-star general. While stationed in Germany in 1967, Carr was assigned as aid to General Frank Mildren, commanding general of the 7th Corps. “Working with

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