Top UpThe “best of the best” CEOs in the Fortune 500 have four behaviors in common. This week we review the fourth and final behavior unveiled by the Harvard Business Review study. The fourth critical trait for success is reliability. Here’s the bottom line: the best CEOs aren’t politicians, they actually do what they say they are going to do. In case you missed first three behaviors, you can check them out here:
This week I take a deeper look at the kind of reliability that can make you and I better people. Check this out: CEOs who scored high on RELIABILITY were 15X more likely to succeed. Do you want a more successful life? Of course! We all do. This is a great place to start.
As you watch this week’s short video, listen for the 3 C’s of Reliability:
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The best CEOs in the Fortune 500 do well at four areas that you and I can work on this week: decisiveness, engagement, adaptability and reliability. Pick one right now, and take some baby steps towards greatness!
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