How to reduce your risk of failure as a new CEO

How to reduce your risk of failure as a new CEO

Neal Kissel, Patrick Foley
Management Consulting

After interviewing 20 current and former CEOs, Neal Kissel and Patrick Foley found that issues such as failing to see that the CEO role is a different one, as well as managing their time but not their energy, contribute to higher CEO turnover rates. To counteract this, Kissel and Foley suggest five mutually reinforcing elements of a successful personal strategy for CEOs, such as a focus on strategy development and execution, resource allocation, performance management and people choices.

Forbes