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Tracy Benson, CEO, On the Same Page

Few quarterbacks enter their rookie season as the Dallas Cowboys’ Dak Prescott has this year – with the explicit support and mentoring from team’s reigning all-star Tony Romo, on the DL since the start of the season. Last week, the corporate world witnessed its very own parallel. Howard Schultz, Starbucks’ visionary leader and current Chief Executive, announced that he will relinquish that role to his carefully groomed successor Kevin Johnson in April.

the ceo magazine, leadership qualities,
Bob Kulhan, President, CEO & Founder, Business Improv

At first glance, “improvisational leadership” might seem to be contradiction in terms. Leaders are thoughtful, strategic people; improvisation is a comedic art form and a team sport in which no one person is greater than the ensemble. However, when you redirect the tenets of improvisation away from comedy and toward leadership, they help your team perform at its best—by postponing judgment, communicating and connecting, leveling status, and achieving mindfulness. Improv isn’t a replacement for strategic thinking; rather, it’s a tool to buttress and support thoughtfulness and strategy. And that crucial moment when planning and strategy collide with execution is where improvisation shines.

the ceo magazine, organizational culture,
Kay Kendall, CEO & Principal, BaldrigeCoach

The Baldrige National Quality Award is the nation’s only Presidential award for performance excellence. It is given to organizations that demonstrate sustained excellence across a variety of measures.  Having worked with 19 recipients as well as recipients of the top level awards from Baldrige-based state and regional programs, we have come to appreciate the leadership that guides these organizations to these achievements.

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Vincent Spivey

Every CEO dreams to be the leadership material that their employees would want to stick to for the rest of their careers. Great employees are great coworkers, and it is the goal of the CEO to keep them and maintain a healthy and growing relationship with them.

Letting some good people go and seeing them bloom in another company is probably the worst nightmare a leader could have. If you ever wonder why some of your best employees don’t last. Here are a few things about being a leadership material that you need to know.

The new CEO wanted to slug it out of the ballpark at his first all-hands meeting. Employees were watching the broadcast from around the globe. Obviously, engaging those assembled in the auditorium in front of him would be much easier. But he didn’t want to miss the first opportunity to gain their confidence that he could handle the job vacated by his predecessor.

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