As president of the world’s largest elevator company, Otis Elevator Co.’s Judy Marks knows that standing pat isn’t an option—especially for an industry leader.
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.
Former Dollar General CEO Cal Turner, Jr.’s values-based, people-oriented and pragmatic leadership style helped take his family business to the next level.
Jerry Z. Muller, author of “The Tyranny of Metrics,” says that CEOs tend to lose sight of the bigger picture when focusing on performance metrics.
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.
Chief Executive caught up with Trusted Media Brands CEO Bonnie Kintzer on how her previous experience informs her job as CEO.
Among chief executives today two distinct styles of leadership predominate—each with characteristic strengths and weaknesses that have significant ramifications for company performance.
Ryan Marshall has been president and CEO of PulteGroup, one of the nation’s largest homebuilders, since 2016, but his deep well of experience with the company has allowed him to hit the ground running.