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- Leadership. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;10/5/95, Vol. 69 Issue 19, p14
Focuses on the traits of a successful and effective chief executive officer (CEO) in the healthcare setting. Responsibility; Creativity; Insight; Good communication skills; Ability to handle stress.
- Can companies survive when the boss is the problem? Sekera, Roger I. // USA Today Magazine;Mar97, Vol. 125 Issue 2622, p54
Looks at the problems caused by heads of corporations who hinder the progress of their companies. Actual examples where such a thing happened; How one can become a more flexible and helpful manager or chief executive.
- How the top brass ticks. Colvin, Geoffrey // Director (00123242);Aug97, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p65
Examines issues which should be on a chief executive officer (CEO)'s mind. Reference to the rise of information technology; Concerns with globalization; Other main features of the CEO's mind.
- Listen here, George Bailey! Merry Christmas, Mr. Potter! Budd, John; Filson, Brent // Psychology Today;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p29
Presents comments by the chairman and CEO of the Omega Group who claims never having met a CEO who didn't have an ego big enough to not worry about his reputation, and a management consultant who states that contrary to popular belief, leadership is a matter of the heart. More.
- The risk-averse entrepreneur. Berglas, Steven // Inc.;Feb97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p35
Presents a commentary on entrepreneurs who are afraid of risk. Why employees do not like CEOs that are fearful and hesitant; The author's recollection of Tom, an entrepreneur afraid of risk; Risk aversion among successful entrepreneurs; How to ease the anxiety associated with risk aversion.
- Do Performance Plan Adoptions Improve Firm Performance? An Analysis Of Nine Industries. Lobingier, Patricia G. // Journal of Managerial Issues;Fall2000, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p288
Presents information on a study which aimed to examine whether the components of a firm's compensation package will motivate a chief executive officer to improve firm performance. Consequences of adopting specific components of an executive compensation package; Methodology; Results and discussion.
- It's lonely at the top. Yalom, Irvin D.; Yalom, Ben // Inc.;Apr98, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p39
Focuses on the isolation chief executive officers (CEOs) can experience in the workplace. Psychological aspects of the position; Lack of peers for CEOs in the hierarchical corporate structure; The experience of one CEO.
- The power of promises. KOURY, FRED // Smart Business Detroit;Dec2010, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p4
The author explains why it is important for chief executive officers (CEO) to always keep their promises to preserve leadership and integrity. He discusses how employees usually interpret common actions and behavior of their CEO, noting that minor details to the CEO could sometimes represent...
- Google This, Censors! Hutson, Matthew // Psychology Today;May/Jun2010, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p9
The article reports on the results of a study published in the "Journal of Business and Psychology" which suggests that the personality of chief executive officers (CEO) affects corporate values, mentioning Internet search engine Google CEO Sergey Brin and Larry Page as examples of such theory.