Usually when a CEO departs due to performance related reasons, many of the directors can point to some warning signs being there throughout. No director could take the strong decisions earlier, as proof was missing. In such cases though, waiting for the opportune moment may get too late. Deviating substantially from the policies set out by the directors could be one such early warning sign that all may not be well. Such leaders often stop listening, relying too much on their personal attributes. They often do not take up ownership for failures but pass on the buck. Quantifiable numbers often go missing. Disengagement with the employees is a sure sign on poor talent management abilities. Even seniors in the team then lose focus, so meetings become pointless charades. External distractions often pose visible stress on some CEOs. Being overly protective of some of the team members is also not healthy.


Uploaded Date:15 June 2018

SKYLINE Knowledge Centre

Phone: 9971700059,9810877385
© 2017 SKYLINE. All right Reserved.