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Changing the Course of Traditional Business Processes
Does having years of experience as a competent leader suffice to make you a great CEO? What other attributes and skills can you incorporate into your plan to help you succeed while you’re under pressure?
A CEO has a wide range of duties. They often interact with management, the board of directors, and the general public, acting as the company’s representative to various stakeholders. The organization’s overarching strategy is under the CEO’s authority, and they also work to instill brand values in their staff.
The CEO’s duties and obligations vary from firm to company and are often determined by the size and organizational structure of the corporation. In smaller businesses, the CEO has broader functional responsibilities that involve making decisions at the lowest levels of management. They only interact with complex business models and important organizational decisions in larger companies.
Leading CEOs are recognized for their decisiveness rather than their ability to make outstanding decisions. They make decisions faster, more firmly, and earlier. They continue to do so despite uncertainty, a lack of supporting data, and the emergence of new disciplines.
After charting a clear course for the company, CEOs must win over support from the workforce and other stakeholders. Strong performers strike a balance between a thorough understanding of the objectives of their stakeholders and a steadfast dedication to producing outcomes.
In its latest edition “ World’s Inspiring CEOs to Watch in 2022″, World’s Leaders has compiled a list of pioneering CEOs from a variety of fields who have all faced adversity in their lives.
The cover features Walter Sciacca, CEO and MD of SCIACCA INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS. She is attempting to reach the pinnacle in the business area by converting a racetrack from a sporting facility to a real estate business. Walter grew up with two passions: one for computer science and the other for motorsports. It all began with his love for information technology and motorsports, to which he later added a love of planning and management. He relocated to Rome when he was 19 and began working for a prestigious motorsports organization. When he was 25 years old, he founded his first company that organized events in the racetrack, computerizing every stage of the process and became the first company in the world to do so. Similar to numerous well-known companies, it all began in a garage that was converted into an office at a little racetrack in southern Italy. His initial business, which would be considered a start-up today, grew rapidly and, in its second year, had a six-digit turnover. In 15 years, he organized more than 1,500 events at various Italian racetracks. He has also won the faith of the most prestigious businesses. Thus, the name Walter Sciacca developed into a brand, a standard, and the indisputable industry pioneer.
In this special edition, let us share similar, inspirational tales and interviews with many such dedicated leaders in order to raise awareness about their contributions to making the world a better place.