World’s Inspiring CEOs to Watch in 2022

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The Dare of Being a CEO

COVID-19 has produced a tremendous humanitarian crisis, with millions of people sickened and hundreds of thousands of lives lost; increasing unemployment rates in the world’s most prosperous nations; food banks stretched beyond capacity; and governments strained to provide crucial services. The epidemic is also a challenge for businesses—and their CEOs—unlike any they have encountered before, causing a sudden shift in how people work, how consumers behave, how supply chains operate, and even what finally defines commercial performance.

In response to this one-of-a-kind situation, CEOs have modified their leadership styles in practical and inventive ways. The adjustments may have arisen out of necessity, but they have far-reaching implications beyond the current crisis. We explore four shifts in how CEOs are leading that are also better ways to lead a company in this edition: unlocking bolder (“10x”) aspirations, elevating their “to be” list to the same level as “to do” in their operating models, fully embracing stakeholder capitalism, and harnessing the full power of their CEO peer networks. If these changes become permanent, they have the ability to completely rebalance the organization and how it runs, as well as the company’s performance potential and connection with crucial stakeholders.

Only CEOs can decide whether to continue leading in these new ways, seizing a once-in-a-generation chance to intentionally alter the very character and effect of their profession. Indeed, as we have previously stated, one of the CEO’s duty is to act as a chief calibrator, determining the breadth and degree of change required. CEOs must have a transformation thesis that works in their firm setting as part of this. A competent CEO is always searching for signals and assisting the business in providing fine-tuned replies. A smart CEO will recognize that this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for self-calibration, with far-reaching ramifications for the business.

Since the epidemic began, World’s Leaders has spoken with hundreds of CEOs. We can see they see a chance to lead in a different, more positive, more meaningful way. If a critical mass of CEOs adopts and expands on what they learnt during the epidemic, this CEO moment might turn into a CEO movement—one that is fundamentally good for the realization of business, human, and social potential.

In its upcoming edition “World’s Inspiring CEOs to Watch in 2022” World’s Leaders has enlisted CEOs who are managing and achieving new heights of success with their exceptional leadership skills and  sustaining competency of the businesses.

The cover is featuring Dr. Dean Bartles, a well-known person in the manufacturing area, is well-suited to describe the complexity of production and how it is being altered with the assistance of developing technology. He is a seasoned operations specialist with four decades of manufacturing and technology management experience. He is currently the President and CEO of the Manufacturing Technology Deployment Group, Inc., a not-for-profit holding company of both the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM) and Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), a new subsidiary and sister company to NCDMM.

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