Tag: School for CEOs
Late January always prompts a lot of debate in my world as friends, colleagues and business associates ask for perspectives on who is going to win the 6 Nations.
There was a great film on over the festive period early this year. “Made in Dagenham” told the story of a group of women in the Ford Motor Company plant...
If you’re looking for advice on what makes a successful CEO, whether female or male, there’s plenty of it about. There are lots of lists of the qualities required, all of which capture one or many aspects of the CEO’s job and the particular qualities that are associated with success. My list has five elements to it. The five items, in my view, determine whether you’re going to make it to the top job and be successful once you’re there.
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.
Non-executive directorships are increasingly sought after by talented executives looking to broaden their learning and experience outside of their current organisations.
Public company Governance – Governance with a capital G – has received a lot of attention over the last few years.
In an increasingly unpredictable business world, terms such as grit and resilience are often attributed to the organisations who best withstand turbulence and bounce back from major set-backs.
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.