Here’s One Of The Most Overlooked Jobs Of A CEO

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By Mike Agugliaro

As CEOs, we have a job to direct and grow the organization. And, when you look at your schedule, you probably have a lot of those activities in your business: from vision-casting to strategic meetings to special projects that you hope will result in new opportunities. However, there is one activity that many CEOs are not doing and it is hurting their organization.

Let me explain with the following illustration: Imagine two people who need to drive somewhere. They each get in their cars and go, and eventually arrive at the intended destination. Both people were in the same kind of car. But there was one difference: One car was tuned properly and working well, while the other one had impurities in the fuel line and a bad wheel alignment.

While both drivers arrived at their destination, one would arrive sooner and with less effort while the other took longer, required a lot more effort and worry, and even risked a breakdown along the way.

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