Chief Executives won’t normally seek mentoring help until they are under heavy pressure and feeling vulnerable, at which time it could be too late.
Business leaders operate in a fast changing environment these days with rapidly changing markets, technologies and legal responsibilities. The CEO carries the onerous responsibility for the delivery of company performance and investor returns against a tidal wave of challenges and pressures. Those of us that have been there know how lonely it can be.
Managing doesn’t just consist of processes, issues and actions without due care and consideration to the human side of things. Read Michael Tait’s tips for being a good coach and mentor for directors and chief executives.