Amid a time of unprecedented pressure and expectations for those running PE-backed companies, one of the most experienced business leaders we know shares what portco CEOs need to do to succeed. "Just be totally, brutally honest with yourself. Don't fool yourself about anything."
Re-reading this classic today is a reminder of just how simple the job of helping your people get better can be—and how essential, especially at a time when retaining great talent is the whole ballgame for companies.
In the second half of a two-part series, Adam Aron, chairman and CEO, explains his approach as head of the world’s largest theater chain: 'there's no shame in bankruptcy, but there's no joy either.'
His transformational leadership inside—and outside—of Merck & Co. offers one of the most compelling arguments yet for an increasingly influential style of doing business: patiently, and for the greater good. “The important thing about leadership,” says Frazier, “is to be anchored around principle.”
A cross-industry panel of CEOs and former military leaders honored four firms for their outstanding work supporting active-duty military members, veterans and their families.
A stunning 100 percent of the CEOs polled at a Yale event on Tuesday said they believe social media platforms posed a threat to pre-teens and teens on critical behaviors like confidence and body image, with 53 percent saying they thought it was a “strong threat.”