A Better Way To Learn To Lead
Companies can't seem to train CEOs. Can mastermind groups help?
For all the focus today's firms put on employee education, there's still one role with no training program: CEO. According to a global survey by executive recruiter Egon Zehnder, not even one in three CEOs says he or she was fully prepared for the job.
The problem isn't that executives are slow to learn or that companies don't care whether their CEOs succeed; it's the question of who will lead the leader? Outgoing CEOs have to prepare for their own futures, and board members are rarely involved in a company's day-to-day operations. Who's left?
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