A recent Harvard Business Review (HBR) article highlighted a research study in the Journal of Clinical and Social Psychology, that most people think they are self-aware, but in fact, only 10-15% of people actually are. 

That’s a pretty astonishing statistic.

the ceo magazine, delegation,
Emily Morgan, Founder & President, Delegate Solutions

Every day we help people make the most of their day through delegation.  Over the years, I have spoken with hundreds of entrepreneurs at every growth stage about the struggles they face with “handing things off.”  They inherently get that having a delegation strategy is a critical part of their growth, but they are consistently resistant to executing it.

the ceo magazine, corporate culture,
Chris Dyer, Founder & CEO, PeopleG2

Back in 2009, I barely knew what corporate culture was. My introduction came as the recession hit the United States and my company, PeopleG2, began to struggle. I took a deep look at what I could do to make things better from within, which led me to read, research, and ponder. A few years later, we came out of the recession stronger, happier, and determined. We also performed better, found huge improvements in productivity, and increased our profits. All of this was due to defining our unique culture. What seemed like a new superpower had actually been there all along.

the ceo magazine, purpose,
John Izzo & Jeff Vanderwielen, Authors, The Purpose Revolution

In a survey of global CEO’s, Harvard found that over 83% of them said they believed activating purpose within their organization would impact their company’s performance and success, yet only one-third of those same leaders felt they were doing a good job of doing so. In our new book, The Purpose Revolution - How Leaders Create Engagement and Competitive Advantage in an Age of Social Good, we show compelling evidence that these CEO’s are correct on both fronts while showing how to truly activate purpose in your company.

the ceo magazine, business growth,
Amanda Setili, President, Setili & Associates

In the past year, activist investors forced the resignations of the CEOs of General Electric, AIG, Arconic, CSX, Pandora, and Buffalo Wild Wings. Even when the CEO was spared, companies spent millions of dollars and weeks of valuable management time fighting proxy battles.

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