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.

the ceo magazine, outsourcing,
Sandesh Joshi, President & Co-founder, Indovance Inc.

As CEO, you are charged with maximizing corporate profits. This mandate involves streamlining operations, seizing opportunities, and steering company growth. As markets become increasingly global, companies face the challenges of expanding their product lines and services, changing consumer demands, rapid delivery, and more complicated logistics. Traditionally, there have been two ways to overcome these challenges.

the ceo magazine, innovation,
Mostafa Sayyadi, Author, Transformational Leadership: How To Prosper as a Leader In Today's Hypercompetitive Environment

Leadership has been a focal point of organizations since the corporation was first initiated and will always be an ongoing issue for executives. Executives can use leadership to unlock knowledge for innovation and to motivate employees to solve their current problems in a more innovative manner.

As a leader, you create the culture that either helps your teams thrive––or barely survive. Obviously, no leader intentionally stalls or stymies a team. But even the best leaders occasionally make mistakes that freeze their people rather than free them to excel. Here’s how that happens:

Avoid These 5 Mistakes Leaders Make That Cripple Teams

Mistake #1: Promising Rather Than Asking

the ceo magazine, networking,
Angela Kubisky, Executive Vice President, Morris County Chamber of Commerce

What kind of impression are you making in the first 30-seconds of meeting someone new? That is the most powerful question you should be asking yourself when you have a goal to expand your network and drive more business to your bottom line.  Successful entrepreneurs and corporate executives have one thing in common, they enjoy a robust network. 

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