A CEO is a very key person in a given organization. It will require somebody with some top-notch skill in the management to be given such a premier role. A very competitive CEO will also like to be in a place where he or she will be in a position to make an impact.
CEO careers are sensitive and every CEO would like to get a good deal in a competitive environment. CEO careers will entail signing of very stringent performance based contracts, and have a couple of other responsibilities that will make their life much more difficult if things are not working well. Poor performance of organizations has brought an end to many CEO careers since the performance of a given company in most cases is basically equated to the performance of CEO.
If you are choosing a company to work for as a CEO, you will need to evaluate the following:
At times, people may argue that a CEO may not require having specific job description. A lot of people argue that you can hide the CEO responsibilities under the banner of ‘being in charge of the overall administration’. As a CEO, you should not commit to signing a contract that is not specific. There are companies where the executive authority is shared, perhaps together with the vice president or the board of directors. You should well be aware of the administration structure. A lot of CEO careers have been terminated because of some misunderstanding coming in the end when a problem crops up and the CEO is asked to shoulder the responsibility.
Human resource policies
As a CEO, you will need to be well aware of the policy that the company has with regard to the human resources management and decision making process. You will need to know the position of an employee in relation to the contribution in the company.
A good company must not have poor staff-management relations. You will need to check if there are some rigid structures in the organization that ought to be done away with. Check whether there is any rigidity that will also prevent you from doing what is the best for the company. CEO careers do not thrive well where they are not able to have freedom to do their duties without fear of censorship.
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