Change is mandatory and always never easy especially at the top level of the organisation.
- How to prepare to move up?
- What abilities would-be executives focus on developing as they choose companies, functions, and jobs?
- And what skills should working executives hone as they strive to reach the next level?
These aren’t easy questions. But one thing is very clear that once people reach the C-suite, technical and functional expertise matters less than leadership skills and a strong grasp of business fundamentals like:
- Chief financial officers, how to develop risk management strategies
- Chief human resource officers, how to design a succession plan and a talent structure that will provide a competitive edge
- Chief Operating Officer should help in creating the policies and strategies that govern operations.
- Chief Marketing Officer oversees the organization’s marketing strategy.
- Chief Compliance Officer most important duties are ensuring that the company complies with regulatory requirements and employees comply with internal policies and procedures.
- Chief Information Officer: CIO manages research and development, oversees the development of technologies into products and services, and ensures that all IT initiatives are aligned with business goals.
Thus the main objective is not just to support CEO but to offer own insights and to help organisation in key decision making.
- Helps to identify what it takes to transition into these roles successfully
- Helps to identify important trends in the industry, what can be added to improve their role and to identify Company’s performance.
- Helps to improve Leadership skills, provides personal career coaching, etc.
- In absence of these positions the roles and responsibilities cannot be identified easily and thus will results in overlapping of responsibilities.
- The organisation success depends on how effectively it can create leaders and if there is no C-Suite or C-Level then the leadership will be adversely effected.
- Helped its clients in building and enhancing proficiencies in their respective areas.
- Helped CEOs, who generally failed to define what they expect from their C-Suites.
- Provided exclusive services that support member’s professional success and lifestyle.
- Organised Events where top thought leaders can meet and grow their network.