The culture of a company can easily make or break it. Focus on making yours magnetic.
Sales is an integral part of any business, but rarely associated with the CEO’s role.
As CEOs, if we train our minds to see the bigger picture, or consider all sides of the problem before making a decision, we can become better leaders. By using knowledge and insights from many disciplines, we have a chance.
#CEO Podcast: Culture Should be Curious-Are You Inspiring Curiosity in Your Team? (with Corey Thomas)
Corey Thomas isn’t in the role he thought he’d be as Chairman and CEO of Rapid7, but 7 years, a ton of successes, a failure or 3 and an impressive and enviable culture, show that sometimes our paths lead us exactly where we belong.
Are you a know-it-all or a learn-it-all? If you chose the latter, you’ll appreciate the top 5 marketing books David Cancel — Founder and CEO of Drift — can’t stop rereading.
Being a leader in tough economic times means striking a healthy balance between pessimism and optimism. As CEOs, we have to make tough decisions. We also have to keep up morale. Bouzha Cookman, of Catlin & Cookman, explains how CEO peers group can help.
Coronavirus is a new opportunity to rise as a CEO.
The greatest athletes of all time all have had coaches. So, why wouldn’t the greatest CEOs have coaches, too? Five-time CEO turned coach Bob Cramer sheds light on the role a coach can play in a CEO’s journey.
Some of the best athletes in the world have a coach. It seems counterintuitive that a strong CEO would need a coach. But I have to tell you; it’s probably one of the most important things you can do as CEO to grow your skillset, get better at your craft, to grow personally and professionally.
Keeping teams motivated is really hard. But, if you are only focused on what amazing thing you can personally do, you are missing the point.
General Magic, a company you’ve never heard of, was a unicorn before there was such a thing.
It’s time to fire my gut.As a CEO, I have a bias for action and often make decisions with my gut.
Its like weightlifting for the brain. Last year, I decided to focus on leaders.
I have noticed a pattern in the 20 years I have been an entrepreneur, advisor, and CEO. Every time there is something wrong with a company, there is a recurring problem. Either someone is not doing their job, or they didn’t know it was their job. It’s more common than you think. A problem with
Twenty years ago, on 11/19/99, I sold my first startup. It was a technology company selling something called “Java Beans.” My four co-founders and I had a life-changing experience when a company called BEA Systems acquired our company for over $100M. We were excited not just for our own lives, but the way it would
The next time you are in your office, wondering what you should do. Take a random walk through your company. You’ll be surprised by what you find.
The body is strong, the mind is weak.
Slipping on a banana and breaking your hip is fragile. Getting hit by a truck then getting up to walk to your hair appointment is resilient. But, getting one of your arms cut off then growing a new one the next day is beyond resilient — it’s antifragile. Sh*t happens in startups. (Amen, right?) I can relate.