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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, leadership,
Martin Lanik, CEO, Pinsight® & Author, The Leader Habit

Would you describe yourself as a dynamic speaker?  Do you have a hard time showing your passion?  Despite your successes, do you still get nervous when addressing groups?  While you may be an innovative thinker with a gift for detecting new business opportunities, if you don’t have charisma it’ll be difficult to get your point across.  Fortunately – and perhaps contrary to popular opinion – speaking with charisma is a skill that can be learned.

the ceo magazine, crisis management,
Rafael M. Villalobos, Jr., Member at Eckert Seamans

As a CEO, much of your time is spent formulating a vision for the future, identifying the most appropriate strategies, monitoring trends, exploring opportunities to increase revenues and considering methodologies to control and reduce cost.  In a perfect world, your time is supposed to be spent pursuing these noble goals.

the ceo magazine, strategy,
Gerri Knilans, President, Trade Press Services

Marketing tactics and marketing strategies. These two phrases are used interchangeably, but are tactics the same as strategies? The simple answer is no. Here’s how to understand the differences between tactics and strategies and ensure day-to-day activities support the company’s growth initiatives.

the ceo magazine, organizational culture,
Bruce Hartman, Founder, Gideon Partners

During my time as a Fortune 500 CFO and as a business advisor, I noticed that successful organizations have a culture that attracts high performing employees. Their culture matches their business goals and the business seems to grow effortlessly. These companies have a culture built around highly ethical behaviors and most list their values in the strategic mission.

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

Today‘s globalized nature of competitiveness is placing more pressure on organizations to employ effective leaders, males or females, who are capable of improving employee well-being and staff satisfaction. There are many academic studies that focus on the managerial factors that drive employee well-being and staff satisfaction. Female leadership is one such area that plays a critical role and is a strategic prerequisite for business success in today’s hypercompetitive environment. For example, Mary T. Barra (CEO of General Motors), Indra Nooyi (CEO of PepsiCo) and Ginni Rometty (CEO of IBM) have been posited as female leaders as they converted many brilliant people to follow them.

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