We asked approximately 100 CEOs attending our annual CEO Talent Summit, held this year in West Point, New York, to share their views on personal tech. According to 57.5% of CEOs, personal tech is helping the quality of interpersonal relationships and culture at their company—42.5% say it’s an impediment.
CEOs also shared whether or not they’ve had to ask someone to stop using their phone in a meeting in the last year, whether or not they’ve checked out of a conversation to use personal technology, and how often they contact subordinates after regular office hours using personal technology.
Here’s what they had to say.
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