Nancy Fletcher is retiring as president and CEO of the $4.8M-revenue Out of Home Advertising Association of America at the end of 2019, after leading the group since 1991.
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Tom Sleight will retire as CEO of the U.S. Grains Council following the naming of his successor later this year, the $22M-revenue association announced Feb. 14.
Recruiters and search committees want to see passion, but also proof of good judgment, when weighing CEO candidates.
Rush Holt led American Association for the Advancement of Science as scientists sought to raise advocacy profile in Trump era.
Karen Harbert, president of U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute, to succeed retiring CEO Dave McCurdy.
Former congressman to leave American Gas Association; says dedicated board, staff and credibility keys to success.
Succession planning should extend to other C-suite executives and critical employees, such as the head of IT, as change is inevitable.
Mid-level executives with their eyes on the CEO prize need to be deliberate about every career step: networking, networking, networking, volunteering, assertively seeking advice and mentorship, and taking advantage of every opportunity to broaden their skills, such as pursuing graduate degrees and venturing out of their own silos to peer into the silos of others. A look at four aspiring leaders.
Karen Alderman Harbert, president and CEO of Chamber's Global Energy Institute, will succeed retiring CEO Dave McCurdy in April.
Three experts disclose what recruiters and search committees are looking for when they interview candidates for CEO and other senior-level positions.