Mentoring A First-Time Listed CEO

It may seem as though CEOs and senior executives are constantly surrounded by people who can advise
and support them, but these relationships are almost always tainted by company politics, peer ambitions
and hidden agendas, whether you are a seasoned leader or a first-time CEO looking to set out your stall.
For an unbiased perspective, based upon a genuine interest and care about your success, the mentoring
relationship is entirely unique.

While it can be difficult to articulate the value of a successful mentoring relationship, those who achieve
it report significant benefits, both personally and for their organisations. Within the Criticaleye Community,
one such relationship between a listed Group CEO (Criticaleye Member), and his Criticaleye Board
Mentor, a former CEO within the same industry, epitomises mentoring at its best.




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