Competencies of Chief Executive Officer

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Competencies of Chief Executive Officer
sunita devi, Member
What would be positive competencies necessary for CEOs?
Are these competencies effective in different regions, cultures and businesses?
 

 
Qualities of a CEO
Leodegardo M. Pruna, Member
The three most important qualities a CEO must possess are:
- Integrity
- Honesty, and
- Tact in dealing with people.
He should be able to communicate with people in the organization to do the right things and to do things right.
 

 
Competencies of CEO
Johnny Michael Tan, Member
Being a CEO is about clarity, execution and optimization.
- Clarity of vision, mission, strategies, shared values and communicating such to its employees, partners and shareholders.
- Execution is making the plans come through... Achieving the results with the right structures, systems.
- Optimization of people, processes, products with the right staff having the right skills.
 

 
CEO Competencies
meena, Member
A CEO should have the ability to build the team, an ability to think strategically and motivate/develop others. These are common and effective in different regions, cultures and business.
 

 
Walking the Talk
KATHRYN STEINER, MBA, Member
Are there attributes of CEO's and leadership that must be prioritized according to sector and the size of the organization? This discussion has prompted me to consider core values that allen (2007) includes, which are present in thee very successful companies:
- American express: heroic customer service, worldwide reliability of services, encouragement of individual initiative.
- Chesapeaks research review: transparent leadership, ethics and integrity, clear and respectful communications, customer care, an intentional community, profit, but profit from work that benefits humanity
- Nordstrom: service to the customer above all else, hard work and productivity, continuous improvement, never being satisfied, excellence in reputation, being part of something special.
There is a lot of talk, however, there has to be the trust that the CEO and other leaders are walking the talk as the saying goes, not just talking the talk.
 

 
 

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