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Posts by Thought Leaders and Business Leaders who are not our regular bloggers but have valuable insights and personal stories to share with our readers.

ceo succession tips, ceo magazine
Dr. Thomas J. Saporito, CEO & Chairman, RHR International

Dear Founding CEO,

Congratulations on what you have accomplished. Your vision, imagination and plain hard work have turned the spark of an idea into an organization that employs thousands and provides valuable products and services to consumers around the world. Your personality and drive have become synonymous with the culture and brand of the company. While this is rightfully a tribute to your talents, I have to wonder…does your vision extend to what the organization will look like without you?

leadership tips - the ceo magazine
John O. Alizor Phd

In every company there is at least one employee that feels that he or she knows more than the boss and everyone else.

I have always wrestled with how the bosses deal with the unleadables, specifically if they are top producers when it comes to the bottom line. Let me introduce to you Marywise, a top producer in a global financial company. She earns six figures in salary, bonuses, and commission. 

mentor coach ceo magazine
Linda Drumright, General Manager, Clinical Trial Optimization Solutions, IMS

Mentoring has been one of the most rewarding aspects of my career. Over the years, I have learned a tremendous amount about myself from my work with some of my most determined mentees. Regardless of whether we had similar industry affiliations or career disciplines along our unique paths we were able to help each other expand through our commitment to each other.

succession planning the ceo magazine
Samantha Howland, Senior Managing Partner, Decision Strategies International 

Many organizations face a critical talent transition over the next decade. As experienced, senior leaders reach retirement age, trustees and senior executives cite succession planning as a crucial challenge considering the risks and requirements for smooth leadership transitions.

corporate culture the ceo magazine
Dr. Victor Allis, CEO, Quintiq

In the modern workplace, creating a corporate culture that helps engage employees is a hot topic, and has become a key factor in improving workforce retention and productivity. Yet as companies develop strategies to better engage their workforce, they often miss the opportunity to reevaluate company values and reflect on how employees validate their identity and stake within the company.

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