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Future CEO

Jul, 2020

In the midst of the Black Lives Matter movement and the global pandemic, business as usual has become impossible and old styles of leadership will no longer do. The Future CEO report, published in The Times, examines what the post-COVID chief executive looks like. New business leaders will need high emotional intelligence as well as technological know-how and, crucially, must recognise the significant value of racial diversity in the boardroom and beyond. Also featured is an infographic on the unprecedented measures CEOs have taken to keep their companies afloat


The past few months will have been one of the most disruptive, stressful and uncertain periods for business leaders in their career so far. Reductions in revenues, profits and headcounts have been common short-term side effects of the global pandemic, throwing chief executives in particular into crisis mode as they take unprecedented measures to keep their companies afloat