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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.

the ceo magazine, branding,
Ken Ungar, Founder & President, CHARGE

As a CEO, it’s easy to focus on the company’s business and not give any thought to your own personal brand. That can be a dangerous oversight, however. If you don’t define your brand, someone else will. And you may not like the results.

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

HR managers can enhance the organization’s intellectual capital and ultimate performance. The question arises whether organizational factors themselves can be a source of effectiveness for HR strategies and practices. I pose that an ineffective vision and strategic plan may expose organizations to missed opportunities and lack of using emerging opportunities to their benefit given the existing opportunities in international and domestic markets, and how this lack of judgment may concern stakeholders.

the ceo magazine, leadership,
Bob McGannon, Author, Intelligent Disobedience: The Difference Between Good and Great Leaders

While you may have fantastic processes, they won’t generate business improvement. Better results come from staff members who not only think and follow process, but are encouraged to break the rules, when appropriate, to improve your business outcomes.

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.

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