TRANSFORMATIVE CEOs LINK PROFITS WITH PURPOSE:
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How often do you get the chance to have super-high-performing CEOs talk directly to you? To tell you how they think, how they decide, their management principles?"The CEOs include leaders of: 1800flowers.com, Aflac, BET, Build-a-Bear, Campbell Soup, Cirque du Soleil, Danaher, Eggland’s Best, IDG, General Mills, Home Depot, Kaiser Permanente, McDonald’s, UPS, Waste Management, Zappos.
In explaining this new leadership category Robert Reiss shares, "The Transformative CEO is the 4th wave of the corporation. The 1st wave was in the 1920s where Alfred Sloan from General Motors established the concept of organizational structure; the 2nd wave was in the 1950s when Peter Drucker codified the role of management; the 3rd wave was in the 1980s when Japanese business brought forth the concept of team; and now the 4th wave is a new type of company which links profit with purpose. And more often than not, those companies become transformative by a Transformative CEO.
Founder and Host, The CEO Show
Co-author, "The Transformative CEO"
Robert Reiss, Founder and Host, The CEO Show
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