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How CEOs Can Work with an Active Board

(Source: hbr.org)

At companies of almost all sizes, across all sectors, boards are undergoing a profound transformation. Largely as a result of intensifying shareholder intolerance of mediocre or poor corporate performance, the ceremonial boards of the past are being replaced by active boards that are more demanding of managers and more intrusive in their affairs. 1,316 more words

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Bloggers & CEOs Hang out

CEO’s, brand owners, brand managers and the general public are invited to party with Port-Harcourt online personalities to sell their brands to the world.

The Rivers state bloggers and CEO’s party is geared at fostering the relationship between bloggers and brand owners, also to create an avenue where CEO’s get to meet with bloggers to promote their businesses on blogs at a flat and affordable rate from the month of October to December. 178 more words

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How Silicon Valley CEOs think vision

HIM: What is your purpose on Planet Earth?

The conversation started with this qualifying question.

Me: “Pardon me, can you repeat? I didn’t catch it.” 494 more words


Now Samsung actually does have a leadership vacuum

Since the Samsung group’s de facto heir was sentenced to five years in prison for bribery and embezzlement in August, Kwon Oh-hyun, CEO of Samsung Electronics, (shown above) has been the public face of the group’s crown jewel. 605 more words

CEOs Explain How They Gender-Balanced Their Boards

(Source: hbr.org)

Despite more evidence about the benefits of the increasing the number women on boards, 2016 saw a decline in the percent of women on U.S. 1,500 more words

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The Language of Leaders: How Top CEOs Communicate to Inspire, Influence and Achieve Results, 2 edition

Inspiring communication can make the difference between poor performance and exceptional results. This is why CEOs and HR professionals now believe that the ability to understand, motivate and inspire others is the characteristic that is most important when recruiting senior leaders. 62 more words


How Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella disrupted the corporate retreat

Anyone who has been to a corporate retreat knows how they inspire both pride and anxiety,  how they can feel like both a burden and a privilege. 507 more words