Popular Leadership October 2-6, 2017

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  • Ushering in the new age of oil. Across the energy industry, leaders are being asked to squeeze more profits out of the bottom line than ever. Chevron's board has appointed a new CEO with 35 years in the company and an engineering background. What does that say about where the company is headed?
  • Peeling the onion. The wording in the SEC's statement on cybersecurity is particularly telling and will have critics questioning the Commission's credibility for months, even years to come. One expert breaks it down and prioritizes what we need to know.
  • ‘Followership': A leadership skill for all. How can leaders spark enthusiasm, create excitement for work and build a collaborative culture among all their employees? Here's one method that working. 
  • Reducing risk through on-demand Manufacturing. Strategic management of your manufacturing supply chain is critical during product development and life cycle planning. This white paper illustrates how on-demand manufacturing can be used to reduce financial risk and accelerate speed to market through the implementation of supply chain safeguards. Download your free copy today!
  • Kalanick strikes back. The power struggle in Uber's board is escalating quickly as Kalanick appointed two former CEOs to the company board over the weekend. What will new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi's next move be? 
  • CEO positions of the week. A consumer goods company needs a turnaround expert to bring it back to profitability and growth. This is a tremendous opportunity for anyone with both hindsight and foresight.  Check out this and other featured CEO positions.
  • How to find answers to your most pressing talent issues. Every CEO knows there's no substitute for great talent—your vision, your goals, your growth all hinge on having the right people doing the right things. Its simply too important to leave to HR. Where can you find other CEOs who are dealing with the same issues you are and who have successes to share? Fuel your company's future here.
  • Employee arbitration saved by the Supreme Court. Arguments were heard on both sides yesterday about whether employers can block class action suits. Follow the details of the case here.
  • Creating a successful brand marriage. IAC, parent company of HomeAdvisor, among other popular brands, has purchased Angie's List and merged the two businesses together to create ANGI Homeservices Inc. Here's how CEO Chris Terrill is making the new brand work.
  • Shift Your Labor Strategy to Attract and Engage Top Talent. It's time for CEOs to focus on how they are engaging their employees to remain competitive, shorten the growing skills gap and address the work/life balance requirements of the current and future workforce. In a free webinar, Shift Your Labor Strategy to Attract and Engage Top Talent, learn how a strong employee engagement strategy can boost your company's overall performance levels, resulting in a far more productive workforce. Are YOU ready to create and manage an environment that engages your employees? If yes, download this free webinar today.
  • Military lessons for surviving a data breach. As Equifax heads to Capitol Hill this week to testify about the company's data protection missteps, these suggestions from the military can help all companies from falling into a similar trap.
  • Remembering the era of Paul Otellini. After passing away Oct. 2, the former CEO of Intel will be remembered not only as the leader who oversaw a nearly $20B sales boost, but also the person who made customer's needs a priority. Read about his legacy here.
  • CEO positions of the week. If you are a role-your-sleeves up type of leader who wants to mold a company with your own hands and ideas, there's a company in St. Louis looking for you. Click here for our CEO positions of the week.
  • Your opinion matters. How would you rate business conditions? Please take 1-2 minutes to fill out our monthly survey on CEO confidence in overall business conditions. The results of this survey are used for a Chief Executive magazine story and reported on by TV and media outlets throughout the world. Click here to take the survey.
  • Being in Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloane's shoes. Timothy J. Sloan didn't exactly get a welcome party when he sat down in front of Congress this week. Hear how and why some members of the chamber roughed him up.
  • Tech leaders call AI and automation a threat to human life. Leaders of some of the most innovative, forward thinking tech firms are worried about what intelligent technology will do to humanity. Find out who's worried and what they're concerned about.
  • Structuring the right compensation plans will help you attract and retain the best executive team. Executive compensation isn't just an expense. When structured well, it can be an investment that powers your private company's growth and profits. The right pay package attracts key executive leaders and inhibits them from jumping ship. But what is the right pay package for each executive position?
  • Managing corporate reputation is all about responding to feedback. There's a right way and a wrong way to recover from yours and your company's mistakes. Here are some guidelines for getting it right.
  • Dear Mr. Bezos: An open letter from everywhere. Dozens of economic development organizations nationwide are vying for Amazon's second headquarters. Will these areas make the short list? You be the judge.
  • CEO positions of the week. Here's a place to 'plant' your ideas and watch them 'grow'. You must have a green thumb for this CEO position. Click here for our CEO positions of the week.

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