Kent Rhodes Pens Article on Building Leadership Skills for Chief Executive
“Trust is cherished but very delicate,” writes Kent Rhodes, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School practitioner of applied behavioral science, in Chief Executive. This is especially true for high level executives, as recent headlines show how missteps happen often at the highest level of business.
In his most recent article for Chief Executive, Rhodes details these recent C-suite level crisis situations and gives four commonly missed critical success factors that can aid executives looking to enhance and protect their reputation while developing solid leadership skills:
- Develop a keen self-awareness.
- Engage in applied learning.
- Establish one-on-one mentors to build confidence and real-world application.
- Learn and lead ethically.
“In order to survive and thrive,” Rhodes writes, “senior executives should experience and test skills through a curriculum of real-life dilemmas, role-playing, discussion and rehearsal.”
Read the full article in Chief Executive.