Posts tagged with ‘ceo’

  • Trey Taylor's A CEO Does Only Three Things

    Trey Taylor and the CEO’s Three Things

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    http://toughthingsfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/Ray-Trey-TreysBook01.mp3Ray Zinn, the longest serving CEO in Silicon Valley, sits with Trey Taylor, author of “A CEO Only Does...

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  • Greedy CEOs want it all, and can destroy a company

    Greedy CEOs

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    http://toughthingsfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/RayGuy-GreedyCEOs01.mp3Some CEOs are greedy, for their wallets, for market share, for fame. Silicon Valley’s longest serving CEO has seen...

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  • CEO Misconduct

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    http://toughthingsfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/Ray-Rob-CEOMisconduct01.mp3High profile resignations and terminations of CEOs continue to rock the business world. In this Tough Things First podcast,...

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  • CEO

    Great CEOs

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    http://toughthingsfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/RayGuy-GreatCeo.mp3What makes a great CEO? Let’s ask one of the greatest, Ray Zinn, Silicon Valley’s longest serving CEO. Guy...

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  • American Work

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    http://toughthingsfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/Ray-Rob-AmericanWork-01.mp3Some CEOs are celebrating the sudden growth spurt in the American economy while worrying there aren’t enough skilled workers...

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  • CEO Warning Signs

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    http://toughthingsfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/Episode-68-Ray-Guy-warning-signs.mp3What are the top three warning signs your business is in trouble? Ray Zinn discusses the warning signs CEOs...

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  • The Worst Things a CEO Can Do

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    http://toughthingsfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/Episode-82-Ray-Rob-CEO-Worst-Thing.mp3Employee engagement is traditionally very low, but a careless or complacent CEO can make things even worse. In this...

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  • Smarter CEOs: How to manage your presence

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    Seth Godin recently identified some reasons why CEOs can be stupid, and he almost found the central theme (almost,...

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