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Aug 19 Posted 6 months ago
Grea takeaway indeed and you're right, it is refreshing to encounter honesty liek this in social media. Doesn't get any more authentic than that.
Jul 17 Posted 7 months ago
"I can swear like a sailor when something upsets me, but I don't put that into a tweet," shares Robin Carey. While some viewers/readers may be a bit surprised by that statement, I don't know what might be a better example of modern CEOs being authentic and transparent.
Robin, along with Kara Wood, joins David Amerland for a frank and open discussion on successes and challenges around being women CEOs in a world that admittedly still contains the old boy's network.
Kara shares that while attending an Oil & Gas and Mining conference in Calgary (my home town - I'm slightly embarrassed), she was repeatedly asked for directions to hotel functions and such, having been mistaken for hotel staff. Kara, next time you visit, my team and I would be more than happy to show you around our fair city and in a manner more befitting a visiting CEO.
My key take-away: think long term.