the ceo magazine, sexual harassment,
David Hassell, Co-founder & CEO, 15Five

With new sexual harassment scandals being uncovered almost every day, it seems an uncomfortable workplace has become the norm.

A 2016 study by the US Equal Opportunity Commission found that between 25% to 85% of American women reported having experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. If there's an even more sobering statistic than a minimum 1/4 of women experiencing workplace harassment, it might be this one: 75% of employees who spoke out against mistreatment faced retaliation afterwards.

the ceo magazine, team management,
Linda Adams, Co-founder, Trispective Group

At this year’s Super Bowl, for many fans and sports pundits, the unthinkable happened. Nick Foles, the Eagles back-up quarter back, led his team to victory over the most decorated quarterback in NFL history. And he played knowing that even with an historic win, his position was not secured long term as Carson Wentz continues to recuperate from his season-ending injury.

the ceo magazine, corporate mission,
Markus Kramer & Tofig Husein-zadeh, Authors, The Guiding Purpose Strategy

Building a successful, Purpose led business is probably the one thing that will make the difference between dying a slow death and building a thriving company in the decades to come. Empowered consumers, radical transparency across value chains and a generation of consumers that breath technology like air are just a few factors that underpin the changes ahead.

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

The world is constantly changing as professionals and consultants are increasingly participating in world-class settings. Hypercompetition has become the norm. Change is also a crucial part of hypercompetitive environments. Organizations can design, copy, or update products and services easier with more adaptability then ever today. CEOs should, therefore, compete globally but must think locally if they expect to exceed.

the ceo magazine, organizational culture,
William Vanderbloemen, CEO, Vanderbloemen Search Group

If you want to have a great culture from top to bottom, you must eliminate any semblance of an “us and them” mentality.

Every company I’ve studied that has a great culture also has a leader living out that culture that is fully committed to it. These leaders pose questions to themselves regularly about what they are doing to maintain a healthy culture. They also tend to formalize their culture to ensure it is sustainable.

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