Ted Bililies, Ph.D.
One of the biggest problems for the coaching "industry" is that there are no barriers to entry—anybody can hang out a shingle. The lesson? Proceed with caution.
With so many other important tasks in the first 100 days of joining a company, how can a CEO make talent a top focus? There are a few pragmatic steps to prioritize.
More people are realizing that the best leaders consider themselves to be in a constant state of growth and development. They never stop learning.
CEOs must become more comfortable communicating their own ethics and values and those of their companies in an authentic way.
With issues such as gun control, the #Metoo movement, equality, and inclusivity consistently in the headlines, the expectations of companies and their CEOs are rapidly changing.
Recent advances in digital technology have redefined the way CEOs conduct business. Organizations that don’t evolve their model risk getting left behind. At the same time, properly used digital technology can radically improve performance for many businesses.