The problem is CEOs are very busy doing things that other people should be doing. Trey Taylor, Chief Executive Officer of Taylor Insurance Services, Managing Director of Trinity Blue Consulting and Founding Partner of Ascend Partners, talks to us about his book “A CEO Only Does Three Things”.
Doing work where a CEO is not called to do takes psychological and emotional investment, if you do that too much, you end up burning energy that should’ve been better used on what really matters. Join us as Trey shares his insight about leadership, the three things that a CEO should focus on, The ideal CEO, and the difference between a good CEO and a great CEO. An episode you need to see, CEO or not!
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE
00:25 – Guest Intro: Trey Taylor
00:44 – Trey’s book: “A CEO Only Does Three Things”
01:30 – Trey’s background
02:54 – The only things that a CEO should do
03:36 – Culture, People, and Numbers
05:59 – What constitutes culture?
09:29 – People and the four different interviews in Trey’s organization
12:38 – The ideal CEO
19:23 – The reason why people quit or stay in a job
21:55 – The Numbers
25:27 – The difference between a good CEO and a great CEO
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Book: “A CEO Only Does Three Things”