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18 August, 2016 Posted by John G. Self Posted in Career Management, Healthcare, Leadership, Military Career Transition, Podcast
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Getting the Sack: Why Small Community CEOs Fail To Survive In A Perfect Scenario [PODCAST]

Posted August 18th, 2016 | Author: John G. Self

A CEO is hired into a perfect situation but fails to survive two years.  How could this happen?

It begins with recruiters who take a plug-and-play approach to candidate selection.  And it usually ends with candidates who allow their egos to ignore some important signposts regarding a community’s culture.  

In secondary markets, you not only have to recruit for the culture of the hospital, but you must spend time figuring out what type of personality will do well in the town.

Joins makes three points.  They are among the most common reasons a new CEO does not survive.

Listen here or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.

© 2018 John Gregory Self

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