the ceo magazine, leadership trust
Chas Klivans

Like you, I’ve been reading about Roger Ailes at Fox News. I have no idea if any of the allegations about him is true.  But I do have an experience — one I’ve kept secret for two decades — that illustrates how different a CEO’s public image can be from his behavior in private.  And I have witnessed how a CEO’s supporters see a completely different person than his victims see.

What you need for a successful CRM implementation
Todd C. Williams, Founder & President, eCameron, Inc.

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) implementations fail at an alarming rate. In fact, your implementation probably will not meet your goals either. I have heard of few that actually do meet their goals. Unfortunately, the primary reason is not software difficulties. Regardless of what Salesforce and Microsoft tell you, neither of their platforms are easy to implement. But the real reason they fail is a lot closer to home and may be looking at you in the mirror every morning.

It’s an exciting time for brain science, which has become a source of buzz in CEO circles. As CEOs grapple with tight competition, workforce issues, slimming margins, technological advancements — all while trying to filter out interfering noise from the Internet, smart phones, and various media — many are turning to neural leadership practices to keep their businesses on the fast track to productivity and profitability.



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