Like it or not, money makes the world go ‘round. Businesses of all industries and sizes often rely on investors to bring home the bacon. It’s this all-important influx of cash that helps businesses scale smart over time.
A CEO’s stock in trade is his decision making. As the sayings go, “the CEO is the bottom line,” and “the buck stops with them.”
If CEOs don't start to appreciate and see this kind of activism as an opportunity then it immediately becomes a threat to them.
In most boardrooms, the majority of directors are male. This comes down to outdated biases and a lack of understanding around the benefits of gender diversity.
Should CEOs be encouraging more interaction between employees and putting in place initiatives that sharpen presentation, networking and collaborative skills rather than relying on technology?