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the ceo magazine, employee engagement,
Piyush Patel, Author, Lead Your Tribe, Love Your Work: An Enterpreneur’s Guide to Creating a Culture That Matters

After almost a year of hard work and plenty of late nights, my team at Digital-Tutors launched a greatly overhauled version 2.0 of our online training platform in early 2010—about a year before Netflix made online video a web standard with their new online streaming platform.

the ceo magazine, decision making,

Walt Disney ignited a fire in the entertainment world that continues to burn brightly decades after his death. Perhaps no single figure has so dominated American, and indeed even global, popular culture the way Walt Disney has and still does. Each year, millions view Disney movies, visit theme parks that bear his name, watch Disney-branded television shows, listen to Disney recordings, buy Disney products, and read books by and about him. He still holds sway in much that has touched our lives, inspiring millions of people and generating billions of dollars.

the ceo magazine, self awareness,
Jody B. Miller, CEO, C2C Executive Search & Strategic Management

We’re hearing a lot these days about how Millennials are changing the workplace as they prioritize happiness and job satisfaction over simply holding a company position. Millennials aren’t the only ones craving that kind of freedom, though. Baby Boomers have craved it for decades. The difference is that many of us haven’t felt empowered enough to claim it. Why is that? And how can we change it?

the ceo magazine, women executives,
Terri Maxwell, CEO, Share on Purpose

When it comes to executive startup funding, the ceiling for female executives isn’t made of glass – it’s made of paper, the paper used to make money. And if you follow the money – as in the nearly $60 billion venture capitalists invested in 2016 – the vast majority of investment dollars went to male-founded companies. In fact, men received in excess of 16 times more funding than women last year.

the ceo magazine, leadership style,
Rajeev Peshawaria, CEO, The Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre

What do Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Lee Kuan Yew have in common? If you’re thinking they each created a better future through their remarkable leadership in business and society, you would be correct.  If you’re also thinking their leadership style was more autocratic than democratic, that would be correct too.  What? Autocratic leadership creates a better future? Could it really be true?

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