Leadership/Management

Home Depot’s Brenneman: “You Can’t Afford To Think Too Much During A Turnaround”

In this edition of our Corporate Competitor Podcast, turnaround specialist Greg Brenneman sat down with Sports Illustrated's Don Yaeger to discuss how golf shaped his three decades of C-Suite experience.

The Pandemic Has Been Brutal For U.S. Education—Here’s How CEOs Can Help

When the C-suite not only brings the dollars, but brings the right voices to their decision-making table—and asks the right questions—meaningful collaboration occurs.

You Shouldn’t Need An Actual ‘Black Swan’ To Be Ready For One

One year after leading our companies through unprecedented operational disruption, we can be prepared for next time—no matter what that is.

Tackling Workforce Vaccination

To mandate or not to mandate may not be the question. A guide to Spring’s trickiest leadership challenge.

Cracking The C-Suite’s Glass Ceiling

Want to create a successful, sustainable pipeline of female leaders? Show them a clear development path that is outcome-based, purpose-driven and sets sights on attainable goals.

Leading Teams In A Post-Covid World: Accountability, Devil’s Advocates And Avoiding Mediocrity

No one, not even the CEO, can make the majority of decisions that affect an organization’s performance. You need strong, well-led teams to make good choices and generate results. Five ways to do that.

Military Lessons: ‘Compartmentalization And Focus Are Keys To Success’

In this edition of our Corporate Competitor Podcast, Navy Federal’s EVP of Branch Operations, Keith Hoskins, sat down with longtime Sports Illustrated Associate Editor Don Yaeger to discuss how sports and the military shaped his journey.

Amgen: A Case Study In Leading Transformation

Amgen, the biopharmaceutical, was like a 35-year-old house with the original plumbing, windows, roof and electrical systems—the infrastructure needed a serious upgrade. Here's how they did it.

Want To Build A More Resilient Organization? Start Here

Even in the depths of the 2008-09 recession, financially resilient companies showed a 25-point higher EBITDA than nonresilient counterparts and enjoyed markedly better recovery. But going forward, organizational resilience will be every bit as vital to success.

Rethinking The Office? First, Rethink Relationships

In the absence of serendipitous interactions, CEOs must be deliberate and decidedly less casual or opportunistic to cultivate relationships. Some questions to consider.
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Optimism Slips In May On Supply Concerns, Washington Worries

Chief Executive’s latest poll of U.S. CEOs finds that across sectors, sizes and states, unresolved supply chain issues, increasing raw material and labor costs, and looming tax increases are inhibiting CEO enthusiasm.