Toxic CEO

6 Types of Toxic CEOs that are Destined for Failure

Being the CEO means that your vision will guide your company, good or bad. There are CEOs who are visionaries, creating a very personal connection with the products they offer (like Steve Jobs); and there are CEOs whose brash leadership style clashes with other top executives in the company (like Steve Jobs.) The CEO bears the most responsibility for a company’s success or failure.

Being the CEO is a delicate balancing act between giving the customers what they say they want, giving the customers what they really need, making bold decisions, and holding on to the company’s core values. A CEO can generate more press through his actions than a quarterly report ever could. Therefore I dare every CEO out there to ask him/herself one question, what type of CEO do you want to be? Take a look at this infographic by GetVoIP.com which details six types of toxic CEOs that are destined for failure.

 

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(Can’t see the Infographic?  Check it out here.)

 

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Reuben Yonatan is the founder of GetVoIP. Equipped with an extensive background in business communications, and technology solutions.

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