What skills do CEOs find most difficult?

What skills do CEOs find most difficult?

A new study has revealed that CEOs struggle most with the ‘human’ demands of their role.

Whilst those at the top of organisations are most confident dealing with the operation side of the role, they struggle with managing self-awareness, displaying vulnerability, taking leadership, team-building and driving cultural change.

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Comments (1)

  • PeterH
    PeterH
    Wed, 16 May 2018 9:34pm BST
    Hilarious so CEOs don't feel capable to do the job on starting and when in post can't lead or manage organisational change - this really does very little to dispel the image of fat cats at an unwarranted trough!