Every CEO is vulnerable to United-esque PR disaster when their organizations veer from their core values.
Next stop: leadership.
First-time presidents and entrepreneurs benefit from being the new kids in town. Everyone is curious about what they’ll do, and they have the freedom to shape their legacies around bold, innovative initiatives.
Whether it is your co-workers or your outside competition, this is the secret to becoming everyone’s go-to rock star.
CEO of Tanvas Greg Topel stresses the difference between having a balance of a life outside of work and the need to be a leader.
Earning the trust and loyalty of an entire organization is a challenge, but there are things an incoming leader can do to hit the ground running and earn support.
A leader’s job is to step into everyone’s shoes and find ways to make the path less treacherous, stressful and demoralizing.
Jim Heininger, founder of Dixon|James, stresses the importance of always confirming information as as standard business practice.
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