Right now, in the UK, we can't stop thinking about and discussing the direct and indirect impacts of the decision of the UK to leave the EU, especially with all the unknowns, twists, complications, and deals or no deals. So I'm sparing a thought for the UK Executives whose job it is to lead, manage… Continue reading Brexit: Risks and Uncertainty
The founder of the Private Equity firm I used to work for hugely favoured backing CEOs who had, at some point in their career, worked in sales. Why? Because he recognised being able to persuade people of an idea being a winning one is critical to entrepreneurial success. Entrepreneurs who are comfortable with selling… Continue reading Persuasion Pointers
There's no doubt its a tough job being a CEO, but it goes stratospheric when you have to manage a game-changing situation that has the potential to destroy or seriously damage the size and shape of your organisation. Take the challenge of access to capital for instance, as it is one of the top concerns… Continue reading Stress & the CEO: What role for the NED?