From a competitive standpoint, alignment may well be the most powerful weapon in a CEO’s arsenal. In this whitepaper, learn how to take advantage of the unrealized opportunities of alignment, and how to translate your strategic goals into employee actions at every level across your organization.
Chief Executive magazine has held a special place among CEOs since it was first published in 1977. Unlike other outlets that cover the business world as observers looking in, Chief Executive magazine was created by and for CEOs to be the center of their own community. From the outset, the magazine has served to, in the words of the inaugural issue, “provide a forum for the world’s most important and influential leaders to speak quickly to themselves and to give new ideas and inspiration toward a better world.” AT&T’s then-CEO John D. DeButts provided the call to action in his column, Speaking Out, by demanding that CEOs accomplish three things: (1) take care of business with the highest standards, (2) conduct ourselves with the utmost integrity and fairness, and (3) speak out for what we believe. To this day, Chief Executive magazine continues to set the agenda and inspiration for the world’s top decision makers. [caption id="attachment_64191" align="alignleft" width="225"] The inaugural, July 1977 issue of Chief Executive featured interviews with President Jimmy Carter, Mexican President Jose Lopez Portillo, Egyptian President Anwar el Sadat, the Shah of Iran, TV anchor Walter Cronkite and magazine co-founder Baron Edmond de Rothschild.[/caption] Chief Executive does not compete for space on consumer newsstands, nor does it rely on third-party “research” to provide estimates of its readers. That’s because we know exactly who our readers are: the CEOs of the largest 42,000 U.S. companies. No other magazine, newspaper, website or community can provide the same reach nor effectiveness in reaching these leaders. If you seek “clicks” or “views” from an unknown audience, we would be pleased to help direct you to other, appropriate outlets. But if you have something valuable to say to the most important people, there is no better place to say it than in the pages of Chief Executive magazine.
Whether on ChiefExecutive.net, in targeted eNewsletters, via custom webinars or other digital outlets, Chief Executive provides the right audience and context to meet your business goals. Website: ChiefExecutive.net is the home page for the CEO community. Delivering daily insights, analysis, and best practices exclusively for its select and responsive audience across desktop, mobile, and tablet. ChiefExecutive.net offers a variety of digital solutions, including standard banners, video, high-impact units, and sponsored content solutions to engage our CEO readers. eNewsletters: Chief Executive’s eNewsletters deliver valuable information and insight directly to CEOs’ inboxes. CEO Briefing—Insight and analysis of the latest news, issues and trends affecting CEOs, including global and political trends, effective leadership, technology, governance, global business, talent, growth, culture and much more. Manufacturing CEO Briefing—Covers the latest trends and important issues that manufacturing CEOs need to know. Topics include information on operational excellence, technological advancements (such as automation, robotics, Internet of Things and 3D printing), talent, supply chain, cost efficiencies, quality and energy reduction. Webinars: Chief Executive collaborates with you to create exclusive webinars for knowledge-hungry CEOs. Chief Executive’s turnkey operation allows your senior executive expert to present your research, thought leadership content, or compelling point of view to a live and on-demand audience of normally hard-to-reach and hard-to-engage CEOs, but also engage in dialogue with these ultimate decision makers. Video: Chief Executive delivers polished, expertly-produced video that helps tell your story in a credible, brand-enhancing way.
Chief Executive Research conducts proprietary, primary research on topics of critical interest to CEOs—and know what CEOs are thinking. Whether through custom research that can give you unique insights or position you as a thought leader, Chief Executive Group can capture the attention of decision-makers like no-one else. Whether through regularly-scheduled polls of CEO sentiment, qualitative deep benchmarking or best practices, or brand familiarity and adoption surveys, Chief Executive Group enables our partners to maintain the pulse of U.S. business decision-makers. Allow Chief Executive Group to be your partner in the production and/or distribution of high-quality, turnkey thought leadership.
In an era characterized by rampant disruption and rapidly transforming industries, the one challenge all companies have in common is navigating change. This whitepaper looks at what CEOs can do to motivate, inspire, and retain high performers during times of organizational change?
Today’s heads of HR require a broader range of business knowledge, as well as a deep understanding of the technological advances, demographic shifts and global competitive landscape, to continually anticipate business needs and position the company and its employees to meet them.
Ask CEOs what they think the business of corporate communications should be in 2019 and the answer is overwhelming and straightforward: business.