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The Best of the Best If you were to ask me what I wanted to be when I graduate I would give you an answer that you would not likely expect It would be something that is impossible to be right out of college but it is my main goal That job is that of a CEO I enjoy being a leader and making an impression with everything I do but I was unsure if that was material for a future CEO I found a book that really struck my attention because it is a book about fifty of the nations most successful businessmen This book is Lessons from the Top by Thomas J Neff and James M Citrin It reveals insights and gives you a closer look at their million dollar ideas and what sparked them This book profiles fifty of the nations best CEOs and highlights at the end on six principles that all of them more or less share The six principles to successful management by Neff and Citrin are 1Live with Integrity and Lead by Example 2Develop a winning strategy or Big Idea 3 Build a Great Management Team 4 Inspire Employees 5 Create a Flexible Responsive Organizations 6 Reinforcing Management and Compensation These principles are not in a particular order or should not be done one at a time but these are something that should be implemented in your company around the clock Living with integrity and leading by example are two of the essentials to success It is the voice of right and wrong that directs you through life Hank Greenberg of AIG thinks integrity coupled with the ability to achieve results is what makes a good leader Employees spend a lot of time watching the boss to see what he is doing and because of this managers must have a large amount of humility Many say a persons ego can be their demise
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