CEO Professional Development

Three Leadership Trends To Watch in 2020

Being the CEO of your organization comes with a large responsibility. Not only are you responsible for the strategic direction of your company, but also investing in professional development for your staff is key. As we embark on the new year, having a focus on what leadership trends are emerging can give you rare insight into how you may need to evolve your leadership skills and engage your leaders to reach their full potential. According to the top CEO peer development consultants and coaches, here are the top three leadership trends to …

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The Power of Reflection for Today’s CEO

With the fast-moving nature of business, taking time out to reflect has become an obsolete practice, especially for C-suite executives. However, as the strategic leader of an organization, it is key for CEOs to invest in their own professional development and create strategies that enable them to think with clarity and act with purpose. According to leading CEO peer development consultants and CEO coaches, building in reflection time during the week can be one of the most effective ways to help CEOs regain balance, relieve stress, and tap into higher levels of innovation. …

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5 New Year’s Resolutions Every CEO Needs For 2019

With the new year upon us, it is important to begin putting new changes in place to help you propel your company forward and reach your own personal and leadership goals. According to leading CEO peer groups and CEO development consultants here are the top 5 leadership resolutions you should pursue to make 2019 the most productive and efficient year yet.

  1. Have a purpose for every day
Starting every day with one goal to achieve can help you stay laser-focused throughout the day. This can be as simple as going through your emails …

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New Research Reveals What CEOs Actually Struggle With

When you think of three words to describe the CEO role, words like “confidence”, “leader”, and “problem solver” often come to mind. However, a recent study conducted by CEO peer advisors involving 402 CEOs from 11 countries, featured in the Harvard Business Review, sheds light on how the world’s leading executives really feel about their current position. Despite feeling prepared, in a business strategy sense, 68% of CEOs surveyed acknowledged not having the skills they needed to tackle the various interpersonal and professional development challenges they would face. Here are the top three findings from …

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