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Chairman of the Board vs Chief Executive Officer
Hickman, United States, Member
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Chairman and CEO
tarun mishra, Entrepreneur, India, Member
It's completely upon the CEO to choose who he wants to work for. At the time of selection a CEO must ensure the culture of the board and the culture of the company. A CEO might choose to work for the chairman. If the CEO chooses to work for value generation, he would work for the company and ensure that the chairman is in line with the company's interest, if required.
 

 
Chairman and CEO
Mark Auer, Director, South Africa, Member
My take on this is the chair is expected to reflect the view of the board in terms of actions and communication.
Of course if the chair is executive rather than non-executive then he can act in that capacity. It would not endear him to the rest of the board if he did not have their backing...
 

 
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Andrew Blaine, Business Consultant, South Africa, Member
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