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CEOship Insights

A collection of ongoing bespoke CEO specific insights to supplement your learning journey.

PwC’s 2020 CEO Survey : What you need to know
Challenging times are generally about mindset. The big take out from the annual PwC CEO Survey is that CEOs need to be resilient, creative and resourceful.
The ‘inner game’ and the ‘outer game’ of CEOship
The ‘inner game’ and the ‘outer game’ of CEOship prompts a way of thinking when it comes to Leadership.
A clever way to diagnose why you might be failing
As a CEO, these days it is absolutely impossible to be excellent at every aspect of your broad and diverse role. It’s useful to have a clear and easy way to diagnose why you may be struggling with elements of your work. 
What is your central intention for the year ahead?
Intention is a hugely important concept as it largely determines your reality. Lacking intention means lacking focus, resulting in a mediocre or unwanted result.
Check your alignment to ensure a year of success
There are varying degrees of ‘alignment’ and as a CEO, you need to check your alignment to ensure a year of success for your organisation.
A CEO Christmas Wishlist
A CEO Christmas wishlist for under your tree this Christmas this year.
What was your CEO hypothesis?
It’s the end of the year and by now your body of work as a CEO has been determined for 2019. Have you succeeded? How do you know?
Are your biases in check?
Good quality thinking is the lifeblood of success and executive leaders who make crucial system-impacting decisions, need to understand their biases far better than they currently do.
A 'Safe' CEO - Are You One?
I really like the word ‘safety’ as it is devoid of corporate-speak and goes directly to the point: are you fit to lead an organisation and it’s people. Are you ‘safe’?
Will you be a winner, or will you get slapped in the face?
Many CEOs have taken no action on issues like climate, inequality, poverty, global resource constraints etc. And maybe, in the short term, that is an understandable view: ‘This won’t come to bear during my tenure, so I’ll kick it down the road.’

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