Alternate Meanings of CEO: Chief Excitement Officer

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Mapuwei
Besides the standard - Chief Executive Officer and the already mentioned in this forum: - Chief Enabling Officer / Chief Empowerment Officer we can also see CEO as: - Chief Excitement Officer This recognizes the CEO should value the support of the team and be able to reward his team. Motivation is key! (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  Joseph Pangilinan
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Alternative Meanings of the Title "CEO"

I call myself Chief Entertainment Officer! Lol!
Or maybe Chief Execution Officer ;-).

 

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