The Secrets of CEOs: 150 Global Chief Executives Lift the Lid on Business, Life and Leadership

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Nicholas Brealey, 2008 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Authors Steve Tappin and Andrew Cave reveal the issues that really affect CEOs, from globalization to the rise of sovereign wealth funds in capital markets to necessary compromises in the work-life balance. They explore the key initiatives these influential executives have used to fundamentally reshape their businesses and the ways that they develop talent. Tappin and Cave provide a radical view of future corporate leadership and the qualities that leaders will be required to have as well as practical advice for the aspiring 21st century super leader.

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\Steve Tappin is a managing partner in the global CEO and board practice of Heidrick & Struggles, a leading executive search firm. A recognized international authority on the CEO agenda, and himself a former CEO, Tappin has over twenty years' experience acting as an adviser, coach, and talent partner to Global 500 companies. A sought-after speaker and commentator on the CEO agenda, he spent the early part of his career with ICI and as a partner at PA Consulting and KPMG. Andrew Cave is a financial journalist who has written for The Daily Telegraph since 1996, including three years in New York as U.S. business correspondent and five years as associate city editor. He writes the weekly business profile in The Sunday Telegraph as well as other regular features for The Daily Telegraph.

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