This week’s five Ahas are from the AhaBook™ It’s Lonely at the Top. I was joined by Jim Canfield, CEO of Renaissance Executive Forums as co-host for a month on our Thought Leader Life shows and had some amazing interviews.
We covered a host of topics focused around thought leadership and being the CEO of a corporation. The discussion includes: reducing the isolation CEOs feel at the top, making better decisions, accountability, personal and professional growth, and addressing change.
Each week we featured different guests to join in our conversation and they were: Ken Hazen, Tim Leman, Melissa Burkhart, and Bruce McLennan.
Here are a couple of Aha moments from our episodes. Share some of the AhaMessages™ below, and then read and share the entire book via the Aha Amplifier™:
- As you climb the ladder, you’ll understand what being lonely at the top means. @timleman #tll [click to tweet]
- Connecting w/ people face-to-face rather than just a phone call makes a difference. @jimcanfield #tll [click to tweet]
- Always be happy to get a new perspective. @FuturoSolidoUSA #tll [click to tweet]
- Forums provide an opportunity to speak with people from different components of business. @FarnsworthGrp #tll [click to tweet]
- The most important quality in being an effective CEO is listening. @CTSIGlobal #tll [click to tweet]
It’s Lonely at the Top is available via the Aha Amplifier. You can see all 140 Ahas and share one or more of them socially at It’s Lonely at the Top. (Please note that you’ll need to create a free account to view and share the book.)
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