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- Leadership engine. Tichy, Noel // Executive Excellence;May98, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p15
Discusses the scarcity of leaders capable of continuous social change. How leaders can compete in the 21st century; Significance of a teachable point of view for leaders; Examples of chief executive officers who found time to be personally involved in leadership development; One of the defining...
- Leadership qualities of executive chiefs. // Supervision;Nov90, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p19
Reports on the results of a study conducted by Management Science and Development of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to identify how company presidents are perceived by their vice presidents. Leadership performance; Personal characteristics; Leadership skills; Personality traits; Personal behavior.
- Changing chiefs. Klara, Robert; Van Houten, Ben // Restaurant Business;06/15/99, Vol. 98 Issue 12, p16
Outlines traits that a chief executive officer should possess by Andersen Consulting's Institute for Strategic Change. Influence of leadership traits and ensuring customer satisfaction on company success; Importance of building teamwork and partnerships; Significance of demonstrating personal...
- Meet the imperial CEO; I'm sure you know one. Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's Chicago Business;10/9/95, Vol. 18 Issue 41, p17
Opinion. Comments o the elitist spirit of corporate management executives or chief executives officers. Recognition of corporate elite as the best of the crop; Negative effect of ego-driven executives on the companies they manage.
- Ultrapreneurs... Marino, Sal // Industry Week/IW;07/07/97, Vol. 246 Issue 13, p11
Focuses on the traits of chief executive officers who are considered ultrapreneurs. Psychological urge to lead; Lack of time or inclination for socializing; Enjoyment of sound mental and physical health; Thriving on challenges.
- Looking at the CEO from the bottom up...is an awful experience by any definition. Marino, Sal // Industry Week/IW;09/01/97, Vol. 246 Issue 16, p10
Looks at the flaws of chief executive officers (CEO). Inability to recognize the psychological effect of position on subordinates; Isolation from rank-and-file employees; Failure to listen to the problems of employees.
- The changing role of the CEO. Fitzpatrick, Doreen D. // Westchester County Business Journal;5/30/94, Vol. 33 Issue 22, CEOs p3
Reports on the changing role of chief executive officers (CEOs) as a result of shareholder activism. Importance of being a consummate communicator; Accountability of executives; Challenge of maintaining the feeling and thinking of the entrepreneurs who started the company.
- Four options the ex-CEO might want to consider. // Management Today;Apr96, p58
Presents information on the four options to chief executive officers who find themselves without a job as a result of the fall of a company. Option to go back into the role a soon as possible; Adopting the role of an entrepreneur; Pursuing a life of leisure after a career of high earnings;...
- What I would like to see in my CEO. Chatterji, Deb // Research Technology Management;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p8
Presents the author's opinion of what attributes he would like to see in his chief executive officer (CEO). Curiosity, clarity and consistency; Credibility, conviction and confidence; Effectiveness; Ways by which the research and development director can influence his relationship with the CEO.