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No matter whether you’re the CEO of a small business with ambitions of selling to the local community or a large enterprise dreaming of taking over the world (mwuahahahaha), the position is always difficult.
Most individuals who take the reins of a company are pretty intelligent – you have to be. A study, which ran from 1996 to 2014, confirms this idea: roughly 40% of Fortune 500 CEOs were in the top 1% of cognitive ability of the population
As a CEO do you make decisions based on gut instinct or data?
Do you trust the reports your executives give you?
Surprisingly, 46% of executives massage data before handing it over to their CEO (ceo.com). Maybe you too are flying blind without even realizing it. Read through the SlideShare below to see how you can overcome this very common problem.
A CEOs role is not an easy one, many assume you can come and go as you please, simply delegate tasks or you are an all-knowing, magically competent leader. Of course, the truth is much different, as CEOs need to meet the needs of employees, customers, investors, communities and the law. How a CEO spends their time is what defines the company and its profits