Source | www.forbes.com | John Rex
Today’s C-suite executives handle far more than just business operations. They serve a vital role in shaping strategy and culture — which means they also have a responsibility as the company’s conscience.
Even so, many CXOs struggle to balance personal values with company performance. As a result, many adopt a “work persona” — a caricature of the type of leader they believe others prefer: the hard-nosed skeptic, the technical expert, the know-it-all.
But contrary to what these execs might expect, adopting a work persona actually limits their ability to tap into their most impactful talents — and to serve as the moral compasses their companies often so desperately need.