Cheryl Strauss Einhorn

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Cheryl Strauss Einhorn is a freelance journalist covering international business, economic, financial and political news and is an adjunct professor at both the Columbia Business School and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. For more information visit www.cheryleinhorn.com.

The Real Co$t of Free Speech

Have CEOs essentially lost their first amendment rights?

Vetting Potential CEOs for Sensitivity Issues

Conducting CEO searches in an age of permanent record can be tricky.

New Republican Senate Must Make the Economy Priority One

November’s midterm elections revealed that, more than five-years after the recession ended, Americans remain concerned about the economy. Companies can help by focusing on improving staff morale, loyalty and retention.

Do Better CEOs Get Better Feedback?

CEOs who thoughtfully and methodically approach their staff with specific questions about their company, leadership and strategy can cultivate not only valuable feedback, but build a culture of give and take that may boost productivity and make a good leader into an even better one. Here are some examples of how CEOs have used feedback to strengthen their organization.

Management Styles: Finding and Fixing Your Achilles Heel

The position of CEO is highly visible and one where personality and leadership style can help or hurt a company's image. Even the most successful leaders have a weak spot. What's yours? And what can you do about it?

CEOs Say Enough Already

Alarmed by government policy—or the lack thereof—business leaders are having to devote more and more time to government issues.
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

July Poll Finds CEO Confidence Rebounding To Multi-Year High 

Chief Executive’s latest poll of U.S. CEOs finds surging optimism, as buoyant consumer demand and return-to-office policies swamp inflation worries.