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Boards: Choose a CEO for Long-Term Growth, Not Just a Turnaround

It seems a familiar story these days—a company on rocky ground for a few quarters suddenly finds itself rudderless as the chief executive is let go or departs for greener pastures. In the resulting vacuum, the pressure to make an immediate hire can be intense. But companies are well served to think carefully about whether they truly need a "corporate savior" who can devise and carry out a turnaround strategy in short order, or whether a long-term leader is better suited to lead the company back to market success.

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4 Ways to Build a More Creative Leadership Team

Cooperation is the strategic solution

Successfully growing your business requires that your leadership team be nimble enough to foresee future changes in your market, and smart enough to overcome challenges your business faces in the present. In both cases, having an executive team with a high creativity quotient will enable your organization to be better prepared to deal with these issues. Here are 4 techniques you can use to create and foster a more creative leadership team.

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CEO Positions of the Week – 8/10/15

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CEO | Ridgewood, NJ This company is looking for a CEO to lead all aspects of long-term strategic planning and direct day-to-day execution of annual operating plans in this fast-growing, dynamic company, Working closely with Company’s Board of Directors and reporting to the Board, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will be responsible for all business functions and lead respective department ...

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The Female CEO: Reputation Premium?

Even though women in business still have much to achieve, they have come a long way since the days when a Peggy Olson, the striving female copywriter in the hit TV series Mad Men, had to climb her way up the corporate ladder under the gaze of dubious male executives. Nowadays, the benefit of promoting greater gender diversity in the ...

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