Tips For COOs to Foster Useful Communication in Meetings

Tips For COOs to Foster Useful Communication in Meetings

Do you ever notice how the same people tend to talk a lot in meetings, and those who usually stay quiet nearly never speak up? Quiet COOs against vehemently outspoken CEOs are a common example of how communication can become lopsided in meetings even in the most...
The Importance of Asking Questions as a Leader

The Importance of Asking Questions as a Leader

As a COO, you’re a leader. At times that can make you feel like you should know everything and that makes you feel hesitant to ask questions. You need to escape from that stigma. It’s important for everyone to ask questions and here’s why. The Best CEOs Ask...
Conflict Resolution for COOs

Conflict Resolution for COOs

Conflict, by nature, involves emotions. The hardest part of dealing with conflict for a COO is untangling the emotions from the actual issue at hand. Often the way people feel about the problem is more important than the problem itself. Emotions can make much bigger...
Why You Need to Connect With Other COOs

Why You Need to Connect With Other COOs

Everyone focuses on CEOs, who’s helping COOs? As a COO you’re a true partner to your CEO. That puts you in a different and, sometimes, unusual place than any other C-level executive at your company. Being a vital partner to your CEO means you have to be at your...
How Being a COO is like Riding a Rollercoaster

How Being a COO is like Riding a Rollercoaster

No matter if you’re the COO of a small business or a huge one, it’s going to feel like a rollercoaster. Even if your business seems steady, there are always going to be ups and downs, either with the company or with getting your work done. Not to worry, though....

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