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The cat’s out of the bag: Even successful CEO’s need hugs

Scott Mabry posted this article from McKinsey Quarterly on his blog and all I can say is it’s about time the cat’s out of the bag …

Leading through times of exponential change is not for the faint of heart … and requires more character, stamina … and hugs than we ever imagined (or even Donald Trump would admit).

Sustainable leaders will be able to lead through the 21st century … and beyond.  Because these leaders will come back to center and know what REALLY matters.  And lead from who they are.  But first, a reality check …

Read what Josef Ackermann, formerly of Deutsche Bank; Carlos Ghosn of Nissan and Renault; Moya Greene of Royal Mail Group; Ellen Kullman of DuPont; President Shimon Peres of Israel; and Daniel Vasella of Novartis have to say about what it’ll take to be a highly successful CEO who won’t burn up or burn out:  Click here to read more in the McKinsey Quarterly journal …

To Your Sustainable Leadership,

Christina Haxton

Leadership Speaker, Author & Executive Consultant

Powerful Connections … Sustainable Leadership … Extraordinary Peace of Mind.

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