Successful Executives Are Not Nice

Missives, Misconceptions and Other Matters of Leadership

In my work as an advisor to senior executives, I’ve seen far too much “nice” behavior cause tremendous problems.

While intentions may appear admirable, being a “nice” CEO does not equate to effective leadership and ultimately hurts the team, shareholders and future success of your business.

Now, there’s a substantial difference between being “nice” and being kind, especially when it comes to behavior in the work environment.

Is your organization nice or kind?

This eBook includes questions to help you find out along with short stories, tips and strategies for being a better leader.

Complete the form now to download your free copy of Successful Executives Are Not Nice.

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Todd Ordal

coaches CEOs to higher levels of success. He is a former CEO and has led teams as large as 7,000 people. Todd is the author of, Never Kick a Cow Chip On A Hot Day: Real Lessons for Real CEOs and Those Who Want To Be  (Morgan James Publishing).
Connect with Todd on LinkedInTwitter, call 303-527-0417 or email todd@toddordal.com.