The CEO as communicator-in-chief
Thursday, October 18, 2012/
Since CEOs don’t fill out time sheets, it’s hard to get a precise look at how each allocates their time.
But it’s safe to assume that over the last two or three decades, there has been a dramatic increase in the amount of time a CEO spends communicating, Andrew Gilman reports.
He outlines 10 critical areas of communication where CEOs need to know their audience and the skill-set they need to win that audience over — plus one or two tips to help you improve. See the tips at tells CEO.com.