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Hi Reader,

A recent study surveyed public companies for nearly twenty years and revealed that only 19 percent of all CEOs remained in their position for ten or more years. 

Besides the internal competencies that are required to do the job well, so many external factors affect your ability to sustain a leadership role over the long haul. I was blessed to have enjoyed eleven years at this level because I had terrific people surrounding me.

If you’re passionate about leading and motivating others, and you’ve made it to the C-suite or a senior-level position by exceeding expectations and committing to a service mentality with the colleagues in your sphere, the question becomes: 

“How do CEOs stay in their post long enough to set a positive course for their companies?”

In my three-part series about leading in the C-suite, I explore my views on getting therestaying there, and leaving there. I discussed the mindset and behaviors that are necessary for getting there in the first installment. Here’s an excerpt from my LinkedIn Live chat on the topic too:

READ THE FULL BLOG FOR MORE C-SUITE ADVICE

Watch for my third and final installment about the importance of how to leave a legacy when you move on from the CEO position.

Live your why,
P.S. If you’d like to dig deeper into today’s topic, download my new discussion guide, a thought-provoking companion to my new book, Uncompromising: How an Unwavering Commitment to Your Why Leads to An Impactful Life and Lasting Legacy. Enjoy this guide on your own or with a reading group!
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