For many Finance Directors, the logical and obvious “next step” in their career is to become a Chief Executive Officer.
Five key areas where a modern HR director can help the new boss get it right from the start
We are delighted to feature a guest post from Michael Moore, former Cabinet minister. Michael is a Senior Adviser at PwC, working on Brexit and the implementation of devolution across...
How should today’s CEOs prepare themselves for the challenges they may encounter tomorrow? This is a question we asked 66 CEOs, Chairs and HR Directors from a range of quoted...
At the School for CEOs we carry out research into what makes CEOs successful. The results help us develop our innovative development programmes.
The following article was written by Geoff McDonald, who will be joining the School for CEOs for a breakfast seminar on 14 September in London.
As the 6 Nations kicked off last weekend and Scotland once again could not regain the Calcutta Cup, I was left to reflect on what makes a winner.
How does the CEO keep her cool in the heat of battle? There’s a lot on her plate.
This month I take a look at our fourth dimension, Managing In. My previous posts have covered the vertical dimensions of Managing Up and Managing Down and explored the horizontal...
It’s often said that being a CEO is a lonely job. And indeed, research carried out by the School for CEOs confirms this.