CEO to CEO

Leadership: The Captain’s Way

Today, business owners and managers are reading publications written by hundreds of industry leaders to obtain insight on developing and better implementing strong leadership within their own organizations. The books, articles and blogs are filled with New Age methods, tried and true approaches and lessons by example and experience

 

Risk Decisions: Properly Delegating Authority

Who makes decisions on risk in your business? How are those decisions made? I was having lunch the other day with a colleague of mine who is the risk manager of a large organization with a complex risk profile. The very nature of the company's operations makes risk management a primary topic in almost every conversation the company...

 

Talent Management: Right vs. Wrong

When I talk to most CEO’s, a common denominator in our conversation is that their employees are the secret to their success. Yet many of those same CEO’s are frustrated because they aren’t growing and differentiating from competitors. Often, the CEO sitting in front of me is frustrated, overworked and flat out unhappy. The...

 

Relationships In Business Should Be About Results

Running a successful business today is more challenging than ever. Whether a start-up company or industry leader, the business climate we work in is demanding more of us all. To succeed in this environment, executives must seek the maximum value and support from each and every business relationship. Take a moment and think about

 

The Transition from Worker Bee to CEO

I went to a prospective client’s office for a meeting several weeks ago and when I first walked into his office, I immediately wanted to help the guy out. We hadn't said a single word except for the standard introductions as I entered his domain. You might be wondering, what in this CEO's office made me think he needed help?  Well, to be