Christine Rivers and Cory Morrow

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3 Steps That Can Help Boards Always Be Prepared for CEO...

Recent media headlines are shining a spotlight on what seems to be a growing trend over the past few months—that of top leaders suddenly departing their companies. In some cases, we’ve seen a graceful stepping down; in others, sparks have flown between the board of directors and the CEO. Whether the stated reasoning was declining profits, inability to innovate, lack of product strategy or poorly focused investments, each case has a lesson to teach fellow CEOs and company boards about working together, managing expectations and planning succession.
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