It's hard to imagine the CEO of a $225 billion company having time to read one book a year, let alone six. But Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon has done just that, according his contribution to Facebook's #ReadtoLead social media campaign.
We've all heard of the seemingly superhuman sleep habits of some CEOs, such as Yahoo's Marissa Mayer, who famously claimed to get by on just four hours a night. But all those genetic freaks fortunate enough to function almost entirely around the clock shouldn't impose their ability on the rank and file.
Retailers enjoyed another bumper Thanksgiving weekend, though those slow to improve their online offerings may have been crushed in the stampede. And even though the focus was on consumer shopping, the shift in customer behavior toward online affects all companies, whether large or small, B2C or B2B.
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While there is almost no limit to the number of financial questions, concerns and issues that go along with being a well-compensated executive, these 4 get asked the most—and with good reason.
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Think you can lead your company on just 3 or 4 hours of sleep each night? Think again. "There's a very strong correlation between restfulness and leadership," Jessica Payne, associate professor and director of the Sleep Stress and Memory Lab at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.
While running the corner office can be an immense professional accomplishment, it can often come at the expense of personal and family time. A number of CEOs, including Max Schireson at MongoDB, Mohamed El-Erian at PIMCO, and Sharen Turney at Victoria's Secret, have resigned in recent years to spend more time with their families.
Is your company prepared if a travel emergency strikes a member of your executive team?
The ability to uncover, and therefore manage, health concerns for corporate leaders requires the right type of program. To truly mitigate the risks associated with executive health issues, a comprehensive, proactive approach, such as executive physicals, is needed.