Do you think there is a right or wrong personality type for a CEO?
Today’s episode is focused on a recent study done by Stanford and MIT: “There’s no such thing as a perfect CEO personality type”.
Laura has been studying and working with leaders for over 20 years and in today’s episode she brings her expertise along with the study mentioned above to explore what research tells us about the common stereotypes of personality traits every CEO should have, and how a CEOs personality affects the pattern of behavior which in turn shapes the culture of an organization.
There isn’t a single perfect personality for a CEO.
Personality, values, and organizational culture are all connected which means you as a leader can create and influence cultures aligned to what’s important to you. Remember, your leadership belongs here. You belong in the C-suite.
Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 130, where Laura and Nicole Kalil tell you all about how to build and keep confidence, then go back and check it out!
In this episode, we cover:
-Common stereotypes for CEOs or senior leaders.
-How the Hogan assessment works.
-What the acronym OCEAN stands for.
-Leader traits that have more positive connections to the company culture.
Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
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-Visit the Glassdor site and check out your company’s rating.