CEOS HAVE TROUBLE COMMUNICATING THEIR VISION: MEETINGS CAN HELP While company presidents always have a vision for their companies, they don't always effectively communicate it to employees, according to the Hagburg Consulting Group of Foster City, Calif. "Often they've lived with these ideas for so long that they simply assume they've communicated their ideas to others," says Arthur Resnikoff, consulting psychologist for Hagburg. The company has spent the past 14 years studying more than 550 ...

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