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2018 Career Services: Managing the Journey from Head of Finance to the CEO’s Valued Business Advisor
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When: 05/08/2018
5:30-8:00 PM
Where: Stony Brook Office Park, Building #3
130 Turner St
1st Floor, Lower Level-Cafeteria
Waltham, MA 
United States
Contact: Karen Regan
(978) 364-5134

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"Stay in Your Lane" or "Stick to Your Knitting" is eroding as a useful strategic framework.  Think of Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods or CVS' acquisition of Aetna.  "Stay in Your Lane" is not a viable proposition if you are to be your CEO's Valued Business Adviser.  This talk is based on some research done by Larry Stybel and his team and published in PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.  Larry also runs the CEO Valued Adviser Forum.  At the conclusion of this talk you will understand what reference questions to ask about a potential CEO boss to understand if you would be permitted to be the CEO's Valued Business Adviser plus specific action steps you can take to move from "smartest financial person in the room" to "CEO's Valued Business Adviser."



Larry Stybel helps companies seeking to grow without destroying greatness through three services: retained search, leadership succession/development, and leadership outplacement.  He is a licensed doctoral level psychologist, co-founder of two companies, and national expert on leadership.  He co-authored NAVIGATING THE WATERFALL, a guide to leadership and career management in the 21st Century. ranks it 13th percentile in book sales among its 1.8 million titles.  Larry and his partner Maryanne Peabody write monthly perspectives on leadership for PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.  To date there have been 240,000 downloads. He is a member of the FEI Boston Career Committee and the 2017 winner of the Marquis Award for his lasting contributions to leadership.  Larry is listed in Marquis WHO'S WHO IN BUSINESS AND FINANCE and MARQUIS WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA.  He teaches leadership at the Northeastern University's D'Amore Mckim School of Business. For more information, check and

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