Paul Forte explains how he went from a potential career as an English literature professor to CEO of LTC Partners, which administers the largest federal long-term care insurance program in the country.
Companies benefit long-term when they prioritize the professional development of their employee leaders, because it cultivates an organizational strength and sustainability that spans generations of leadership.
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People who understand results intelligence get remarkable things done, and often make it look easy. In reality, though, they’re framing and managing projects in specific ways.
Jonathan Bush was the founder and CEO of Athenahealth, a successful healthcare software company, until he was unceremoniously pushed out the door. How an activist group upended all that and what can CEOs learn from this saga.
How great joint venture CEOs prepare for, run, and follow-up on ‘big’ conversations with their owners and boards to drive change
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CEOs who lack emotional intelligence are likely to come off as cold or like a ‘loose cannon’ to others. Here are some ways to develop this trait.
VUCA stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Six corporate leaders says they’re seeing all aspects of it.
With Jeff Jacobson's stepping down, the Xerox activist investor saga is coming to an end. What can it teach us about the challenge of conflicted leadership?