Excellent guest post by Reuben Yonatan July 22, 2014, source ‘GetVoip’.
Landing the top job as Chief Executive Officer is a lofty goal for many businesspeople. With power, stratospheric salaries, and international influence on offer, the position of CEO is hugely attractive to many. But successfully captaining a company requires strong qualities of leadership, cooperation, wisdom, and vision. It’s a big ask for a big job, and that particular combination can be hard to come by, even with years of education and experience.
A brief look at business headlines shows that the CEO dream is often more complicated than we’d like to think. When a chief executive loses perspective, gets caught up in the perks of the job, or lacks capability for the necessary clear-sighted, decisive decision making, cracks begin to appear. How do some CEOs set themselves and their companies up for failure? Take a look at the six types of CEOs you never want to become.
Reuban Yonatan is the founder and CEO of GetVoIP. Currently oversees all day to day operations including approval to editorials, content brainstorming, as well as managing all marketing campaigns with advertisers. Since 2004, having started multiple companies within the mobile and internet sphere, Reuben is equipped with an extensive background in business communications, e-commerce, entrepreneurship, business management, and technology solutions. He mostly writes about business technology developments, but does cover other topics from time to time.
Graduated from Brooklyn College in 2005 with a B.A in business management, currently resides in New York City. In his spare time, Reuben is an avid basketball player, hiker, and a self-professed web surfer, striving to make the web a better place. Reuben is also a contributor to PandoDaily, Siemens, BizCommunity, as well as many other popular publications. To contact Reuben, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big thanks to Rueben for his post and also to Michael Yunat for sharing this post with us.
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