In leadership, individuals tend to excel in one of two areas: laying the tracks or running the trains.
When asked about fear, most CEOs I work with deny experiencing it. But that’s not the whole answer.
Being the leader of a high growth business is like skiing ahead of an avalanche.
Problems are inevitable in any business, but how you handle them can make all the difference. As a CEO, adopting the mindset of running towards problems instead of avoiding them can lead to more effective problem-solving and a stronger organization overall.
In life, there are two people you need to impress: your 8-year-old self and your 80-year-old self. They represent different stages of life and serve as reminders of what truly matters.
Hey there! I’d like to share some insights on the transformation tech founders and engineering CEOs face when moving from hands-on coding to leadership roles.
In my role as an executive coach, I have the privilege of working closely with CEOs and founders who are constantly faced with the challenge of navigating uncertainty. In today’s rapidly evolving business environment, uncertainty is the only constant. Yet, learning how to thrive amidst this ambiguity is a crucial skill for leaders to develop.
It’s about a CEO who’s worried about going on vacation, fearing that the business will come to a screeching halt without their watchful eye. But what if, during their absence, the company actually thrives?
What is the number one job of a CEO? It’s a question Ultimately, it comes down to one thing: creating the conditions for success. You can’t guarantee sales, annual or monthly recurring revenue, but you can set your team up to be as successful as possible.
– That’s from PWCs 2023 survey of 4400 CEOs. So what to do about it?