Leaders’ that don’t believe they need help are less likely to succeed. Arrogant executives see themselves as self-sufficient. Ironically, these people are less likely to succeed. The data bears this out.Read More
Integrating into a new role in a tech startup is very different than integrating into a more mature organization - so your strategy needs to be a little different, too. Here’s what to expect if you made the decision to leave a large corporation to put your talents to work in a small startup.Read More
As an executive coach, most of the executives I’ve worked with have gone on to be successful; many were even ready for a promotion at the end of our work. Some, of course, could not be salvaged for the role. Here are three common reasons why.Read More
Emily presented on this topic during an Execunet webinar on Nailing Your Next VP, SVP, or CXO Role. As a quick follow-up to that content, here are three tips. These are critical for new executives as they work to successfully assimilate into a new role.Read More
There’s no getting around it: executive assimilation is hard. Based on current statistics, a new executive has a coin flip’s chance of working out. But success is much more likely if you don’t make this mistake.Read More
The CEO seat is coveted by many and occupied by very few. Like many things, the idea of being a CEO may be better in theory than it is in reality.
Here are the things that make being the CEO especially challenging, along with advice to help it become deeply rewarding.Read More