The push-up — one of the most basic exercises — is also one of the most underused as far as raising money for charity. The likes of road races and softball tournaments have served that purpose for decades, but not so a push-up-athon.
Beyond its accounting, tax and consulting services, Citrin Cooperman has a long history of community service.
As CEO, your primary function is that of a leader. Your management team and employees will look for messages being sent by their CEO, and those messages will affect their behavior and how they conduct business for you.
A CEO must separate him or herself from the tactical, day-to-day duties in order to spend more time on strategic activities.
Citrin Cooperman’s Mark Fagan writes on the importance of having a strong supporting cast and on employment and compensation issues CEOs may face.
In order for a CEO’s strategy to be most effective, obtaining buy-in from your management group is critical. Why? Because you need your management team to be an extension of you, Mark Fagan writes.
In order to realize and maximize returns and internal efficiencies, CEOs and other top executives must be actively engaged in the strategic planning process – a process that starts with key business drivers, writes Mark Fagan.
By working with the management team to create a culture of accountability and by emphasizing key business drivers in decision-making, CEOs will begin to see greater efficiencies across the board, Mark Fagan writes.
Speaking at a SCORE workshop in Darien, John Harmon stressed the importance of quantifying a business’s structure.