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In the past we’ve talked about all kinds of management tools and leadership qualities, but this time, we’re going to cut right to the chase. You won’t find these five tips anywhere else, since you’re the first ones to read them. Moreover, these are indeed CEO best practices that I’ve observed in few middle managers – those with CEO potential.
- Make sure you focus on the really important and troublesome aspects of the company. The ones that need your utmost attention.
- Hire highly trained and successful managers that can handle the rest of the company issues for you. This ties into the above mentioned habit.
- Remember that business and your customers should always come first! Strive to put these two aspects at the very top of priority list. This does not mean that you cut out your morales all together, just remember “it’s not personal, it’s business”.
For the complete list of the best habits found in successful CEO’S, visit Bnet.com.