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Knowing what’s really happening on the ‘shop floor’ is a critical requirement for every leader but modern office life often isolates CEOs from the gossip or chat that provides a vital link to the workforce and the business’s clients.
The CEO merry-go-round working life of office, boardroom, and scheduled meetings can mean CEOs unintentionally cut themselves off from the very communications channels that provide regular temperature checks on anything from employees’ views on pay and conditions to how clients are responding to a new product launch.
Ways to keep in touch
So how does the modern CEO keep in touch? I’ve pooled the collective knowledge of my fellow partners at The Alexander Partnership to suggest ten ways to help prevent the CEO falling into splendid isolation.
These are some of our suggestions for ways a CEO can stay connected. If you’re a CEO or in senior management, what’s helped you stay in touch with the business you lead?Read more ›