In my last blog I wrote about the joys and pains of being a CEO and five lessons I have learned along the way that allow me to stay ahead of my team and manage like a CEO.
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Recent articles by Frank Albi 1
- October 9, 2012
As a CEO you are required to set strategy, understand direction, interpret financial forecasts, set and maintain a budget, form partnerships and hire a stellar team to steer the company. And you are required to do these activities ALONE. There is no one like you in your company. You cannot discuss difficult topics with anyone else on your team because you are CEO and your word alone can trump all other opinions.
- July 12, 2012
On our journey to make business owners successful, we have met thousands of people that own businesses. Most all of them call themselves entrepreneurs, but we don’t.
- May 21, 2012
As a business owner, especially a first-time business owner, we make lots of decisions without a lot of knowledge. The concept of making decisions and making them often is something that I learned early on. I was told that “the best leaders are the ones who make quick decisions and make corrections as they go” vs not making decisions at all and never moving forward. The problem is that some of those decisions were poor choices!