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In the fable “The Tortoise and the Hare,” where the tortoise wins a race against the faster hare through steady progress, the lesson of avoiding complacency holds relevance for today’s CEOs. As successful leaders may face the danger of becoming complacent in the middle years of their tenure, sustaining high performance requires continuous learning, an outsider’s perspective, collaborative planning for the future, and organizational future-proofing. The article emphasises the importance of CEOs actively engaging with external networks, including customers, investors, and industry experts, to avoid the pitfalls of complacency and drive ongoing success. READ MORE HERE.

Olivia Mitchell