Sometimes, I coach CEOs who aren’t always open to listening to their employees. The CEO believes they know what they’re doing. The CEO just wants their employees to execute against the plan to the best of their abilities. Sometimes, CEOs don’t want to hear from their employees at all because they are worried employees will … Read more
I was a CEO for 25 years. I had many great years and several bad years. When those bad years come along, it may be time to reevaluate your business strategy. The bad years were the hardest. I want to share with you the things I learned from my bad years so you don’t repeat … Read more
All of us have various degrees of self-awareness. If you are the CEO, success for you requires a very high level of self-awareness. It sometimes takes a while to become fully aware of who you are being and the impact it has on your performance – and the performance of the company. Once you start … Read more
Originally written for the National Association of Corporate Directors, CEO Coach Glenn Gow discusses four vital elements that will enable a new CEO to succeed when they join a company, including but not limited to: open communication, establishing realistic expectations, defining responsibilities, and building relationships. Check out the original article below!
Every CEO is looking to ensure the success of their business. How does the CEO know where to focus their energy to make the biggest difference? Even though every business is different I’m going to simplify things for you. Every business needs to address three primary factors in order to succeed. The three primary factors … Read more
While there are endless ways to become a better CEO and improve yourself as an individual, six key points stood out during my 25 years of senior leadership. These six tips helped lead me to the highest levels of efficiency and success, including taking care of yourself first, becoming a better communicator, aligning company goals, and more.