The Corner Office
Indispensable and Unexpected Lessons from CEOs on How to Lead and Succeed
Many top CEOs uncover their authentic experiences on the keys to compelling administration and the qualities that set superior workers apart
What does it take to achieve the top in business and to move others? Adam Bryant of The New York Times chose to answer this and different inquiries by taking a seat with more than seventy CEOs and asking them how they carry out their employments and the most critical lessons they learned as they rose through the positions. Through the span of remarkable meetings, they shared critical stories and enlightening experiences.
The Corner Office draws together lessons from CEOs, for example, Steve Ballmer (Microsoft), Carol Bartz (Yahoo), Jeffrey Katzenberg (DreamWorks), and Alan Mulally (Ford), from which Bryant has made a unique work that uncovers the keys to achievement in the business world, including the five fundamental identity characteristics that every single superior worker show—qualities that the CEOs themselves esteem most and that different the rising stars from their associates. Bryant likewise demystifies the craft of administration and shows how administrators at the highest point of their diversion get the most out of others.
Authority is not a one-measure fits-all aptitude, and these CEOs offer alternate points of view that will help any individual who tries to be a more successful pioneer and worker. For yearning officials—of any age—The Corner Office offers a way to future achievement.