For the CEO of a company with a fiduciary board (as opposed to an advisory board), there’s perhaps nothing more complex than developing a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship with the board.
Public speaking skills aren’t just for CEOs and top executives. “Employees down the chain see how the ability to be persuasive correlates with success,” says speech pathologist Elizabeth Peterson, owner of Speech and Voice Enterprises and author of “How to Speak like a Broadcaster and Lead like a CEO.”
Creating meaningful engagement looks about the same at work and at home so you’ll get double the value with about the same effort.
Corporate values need to be the benchmark and backbone of an organization and be used as a filter to make tough decisions.
Here are five workplace issues and trends that will continue to define the workplace into 2018.
The culture you build, whether by design or default, is a function of behaviors you allow and reward
Despite the ubiquity of employee engagement in the modern business zeitgeist, only a select few organizations are successfully engaging their employees, a struggle that is reflected in study after study.
Company loyalty just isn’t what it used to be. Millennials are getting used to looking for promotions externally, as there are fewer opportunities to climb the ladder within their current companies.
Although the concept of sexual harassment is by no means new, it seems many employees and employers still don’t get it.
Certainty can be the enemy of new perspective, and certainty is born from experience.
It’s time to start thinking about and creating a transition plan for successful business succession.
What is a fractional executive, what are the reasons behind this trend, and what are the benefits to the company?