As you progress through your career and ascend the organizational hierarchy, you learn a lot about leadership skills and leading teams. At some point, you become a functional leader with the responsibility to lead and take care of a team of co-workers. That implies leading, inspiring, and protecting that team. Things change when you decide to move on to become a CEO.
When transitioning to a CEO role, your remit becomes too broad to remain focused on the needs and tasks of any single unit within the larger organization. The wider scope and scale of management responsibilities require a different set of leadership and management skills.…Continue reading