Trey Taylor advises CEOs to focus on three things – culture, talent and numbers. All CEOs must develop knowledge of their values and strengths, then embed those values in their organization to shape a culture with an unwavering commitment to core values. They must select personnel who can do the work and align with the culture. Chief executives choose key measures, set goals, track them and share the results company-wide. Taylor's practical wisdom and relevant illustrations will help you see clearly what really matters in business and executive leadership.
About the Author
Trey Taylor is the managing director of trinity | blue, a consultancy for top executives. He has experience in technology, financial services, venture capital, and commercial real estate development and is a frequent public speaker.
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