All leaders have different ideas about what ‘makes’ a professional worthy of the top spot. Some believe that you’re either simply born with the natural ability to lead or you aren’t, whilst others believe that the past to leadership never ends, and all professionals should continue to strive for greatness as they progress through the corporate world.
Yet, not everyone is capable of being a CEO. There are those that thrive in the role, and those who are simply overwhelmed by the job. So, what divides one from the other? Well according to Doug McMillon, President and CEO of American retail giant Walmart, becoming the CEO of a big company starts with these three steps.
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