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Improving Worker Productivity through Job Ownership

Most workers have no interest in changing the world. Most don’t even like their jobs. Increasing employees’ job engagement pays high dividends, so how do you motivate the disenchanted on your team to join the job ownership ranks? Through communication, motivation and reward.

Lynn Russo Whylly HR/Employee Strategies April 16 2014

4 New Rules for Global Business Success

In his new e-book, Re-Think: A Path to the Future, former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano predicts that traditional multinational firms will cease to exist and will eventually be replaced by globally integrated enterprises. These GIEs will locate departments not only in different states but even in different countries, wherever the most appropriate talent resides.

Lynn Russo Whylly Business Intelligence , Global Business , Innovation April 16 2014

5 Time Management Tips for CEOs

As a CEO, your strengths and capabilities are numerous. But you won’t succeed at any of them if you aren’t good at managing your time. From better delegation to intimately understanding your product and business to setting aside the right amount of creative thinking time, there are ways of adjusting your schedule that will help you focus on CEO-level priorities.

Lynn Russo Whylly Personal Effectiveness April 16 2014

How One CEO Turned Stagnant Sales into Growth

The sales buck ultimately stops with the CEO. If earnings expectations or revenue objectives are missed, its the CEO who takes the fall. In fact, Gartner ranked revenue and company growth as a CEO’s top priority in 2013. Here’s what one CEO did to boost stagnant sales and jump-start growth in his firm.

Justin Nichols Leadership , Sales , Strategy April 16 2014

Mozilla’s Eich, and the Role of Personal Beliefs in Corporate Transparency

Complete transparency can be challenging for companies of all sizes and sectors, but is a goal that should be strived for. As the resignation of Mozilla’s CEO Brendan Eich shows, the subject has never been more topical than it is today.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Leadership , Leadership & Strategy , Personal Effectiveness April 11 2014

6 Tips for Improving a CEO’s Reputation Among Employees During a Crisis

CEOs often have to make tough decisions involving mergers, acquisitions, layoffs, salary freezes and more. Certain events, even when they are the best decision for the long-term health of the company, can generate widespread fallout, including damaging the reputation of the CEO. Communications consultants David Johnson and Don Middleberg offer tips to help CEOs handle negative reputational issues.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Leadership , Leadership & Strategy , Personal Effectiveness April 11 2014

Mobility Payoff Slow in Coming, but CEO Involvement Critical

Few doubt that mobility will drive future operational efficiencies and new revenues across nearly every business sector. But to date, only a small group of early adopters are seeing a return on their investment. Despite slow payback, however, CEOs should be accelerating their mobile efforts, given the potential benefits.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Mobile , Technology April 11 2014

Guidelines for Revitalizing a Brand

History shows that ignoring or missing a major consumer trend or behavioral shift can have significant detrimental effects on brand survival. Some never recover, but others have learned how to reinvent themselves. Here are some suggestions for revitalizing a brand, from CEOs who have achieved it.

ChiefExecutive.net Branding , CEO Briefing Newsletter , Marketing & Sales , Strategy April 11 2014

How to Restore Trust When Goals Aren’t Met

In light of the news that the U.S. Federal Reserve has rejected Citicorp’s request to increase dividends and buy back stock, CEO Mike Corbat is now in a difficult position. He not only has to find another way to turn the company around, he will also have to regain the trust of all stakeholders. And the latter, some experts say, is as critical as the former.

ChiefExecutive.net Leadership & Strategy , Personal Effectiveness April 11 2014

Navigating the New Normal

Listening to John Veihmeyer brings to mind the old saying, “May you live in interesting times.” His message: today, companies across every sector face an inordinate number of global challenges, many of which will demand radical transformation. After 36 years at the global audit, tax and advisory services firm KPMG, Veihmeyer would certainly have the perspective to know.

Lynn Russo Whylly CEO Briefing Newsletter , CEO Profile April 10 2014

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