Loneliness at the top

Loneliness at the top

Do you feel lonely as a leader? CEOs are often said to have the loneliest job in business. Yet arguably they are less lonely today than they were 20 years ago. That’s because the C-suite has significantly grown in size and changed in composition in the two decades – according to PwC.

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Why CEOs and Leaders fail?

Why CEOs and Leaders fail?

CEOs as well as leaders are vulnerable to 11 derailers written by David L. Dotlich, Peter C. Cairo in their book called ‘Why CEOs fail?. Derailers are deeply embedded personality traits that affect their leadership style and actions. These traits are hardwired into you, therefore, it is difficult to step back and realize what is at time when strength has become a leadership derailer. When you reach senior leadership levels, however, even small distortions can have an impact on your career and the decisions you make.

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