The CEO Next Door: What It Takes to Get to the Top, and Succeed

The CEO Next Door: What It Takes to Get to the Top, and Succeed

Drawing on a database of more than 17,000 leaders, as well as thousands of hours of interviews with CEO candidates, business consultants Elena Botelho and Kim Powell overturn the myths about what it takes to achieve the corner office, and reveal the common attributes and hidden insights to success that have helped more than 6 million CEOs land their jobs--and what we can Drawing on a database of more than 17,000 leaders, as well as thousands of hours of interviews with CEO candidates, busi...

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Title:The CEO Next Door: What It Takes to Get to the Top, and Succeed
Author:Elena L Botelho
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Genres:Business
ISBN:1101906499
Format Type:Hardcover

The CEO Next Door: What It Takes to Get to the Top, and Succeed Reviews

  • Annie
    Sep 29, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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    I don?t ever plan on becoming a CEO but there were a lot of good tips in this book. Good time to read it since there are some changes going at work so it has helped push me to try to get myself in front of the right people and not just letting my work speak for itself. ...

  • Steve
    Nov 04, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

  • Alain Burrese
    Jan 17, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Nilam
    Mar 21, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Matthew
    Jul 31, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

  • Anthony Cheng
    Jul 23, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Jim
    Mar 16, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

  • Pål-Rune
    Mar 17, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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    I don?t ever plan on becoming a CEO but there were a lot of good tips in this book. Good time to read it since there are some changes going at work so it has helped push me to try to get myself in front of the right people and not just letting my work speak for itself. ...

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  • Gwen
    Mar 19, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Alise
    Nov 01, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

  • David
    Jan 15, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

  • Teri Temme
    Aug 14, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

  • Todd Mckeever
    Feb 26, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Scott
    Jul 31, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Hauri
    Apr 15, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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    I don?t ever plan on becoming a CEO but there were a lot of good tips in this book. Good time to read it since there are some changes going at work so it has helped push me to try to get myself in front of the right people and not just letting my work speak for itself. ...

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  • Sandee Priser
    Aug 11, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

  • Lidija Ahmetovic
    Jul 13, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Tena
    Jun 02, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

  • Kerry Huffman
    Aug 01, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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    I don?t ever plan on becoming a CEO but there were a lot of good tips in this book. Good time to read it since there are some changes going at work so it has helped push me to try to get myself in front of the right people and not just letting my work speak for itself. ...

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  • Ashley Hite
    Mar 14, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

  • Alex Martin
    Sep 20, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Charles Franklin
    Nov 17, 2017

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

  • Jesse Welsh
    Sep 04, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

  • Charles M Friedman
    Jan 02, 2019

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • David Cupps
    Apr 30, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Marko Biljanic
    Aug 26, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Jason
    Aug 04, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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    I don?t ever plan on becoming a CEO but there were a lot of good tips in this book. Good time to read it since there are some changes going at work so it has helped push me to try to get myself in front of the right people and not just letting my work speak for itself. ...

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  • Serkan Yoguran
    Dec 04, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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    I don?t ever plan on becoming a CEO but there were a lot of good tips in this book. Good time to read it since there are some changes going at work so it has helped push me to try to get myself in front of the right people and not just letting my work speak for itself. ...

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  • Kyle Jordan
    Jul 26, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...

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  • Faith
    Sep 06, 2018

    A helpful read, whether you plan to make it to the top spot or not - provides quite a few suggestions about managing your career and what separates those who are successful from those who aren't. ...

    I loved this book! Definitely gave me a lot to think about. Very well researched and full of tips and insights to solid career development. ...

    Well written. Comports well with my own experience on leadership ...

    Great book for embracing a broader view of who can be a CEO and how anyone with the right talent (and not necessarily the right resume or pedigree) can be an excellent CEO. ...

    The advice in this book makes sense, and it?s the opposite of much of what I?d been given -- and thankfully sometimes ignored over my career. I?ve not been a CEO (and don?t expect to be one), but I feel like this book has can help one to be an effective leader, and to build an ...

    The CEO Next Door is an excellent and informative manual for new CEO's and those looking to one day break into the C-suite. Elena Botelho and Kim Powell have taken statistics from 17000 interviews of leaders, directors and CEOs and complied the strongest traits for successful CEOs to a...

    At the very end of this book the authors state why they wrote it... "We want to help the good leaders win." I thought this was a really interesting book bc it was based on data the authors collected from analyzing interviews with CEOs. Lays out what qualities lead to success in that ro...

    A well-written, organized overview of characteristic behaviors of individuals who are successful CEOs and tips for aligning your own behavior if that is your career objective. The book is based on interactions with a significant number of CEOs and there are some surprising findings. ...

    I won a copy back on Dec 15, 2017. I've reached out with no response. Sadly, I need to clear my reading queue & shall assign a 1 star rating. I was excited to have won & looked forward to reading. If I ever receive it, I'll read & post corrected review. ...

    Enjoyed this book immensely. Chock full of practical, data-based tips and recommendations for improving practices and tactics to get you ready for the big chair. ...

    An excellent foundation of information for future and current CEO's everywhere. Well written and easy to follow, actionable items. ...

    10/10 everyone should read this. Didn't think it would apply because I'm not a CEO but it really gives you insight into what someone else is facing. I recommended it to everyone now. ...