Since the country erupted in racial protests in early June, many CEOs have taken a visible public stand against systemic racism, pledging to do their part in helping dismantle it. But until executive leadership of the world's top companies better reflect the diversity of talent in the population at large, these public commitments won't work.
Toward the end of their careers as CEOs, some leaders become interested in assuming a role on the board of directors or supervisory board of their current company. The question often arises of whether the outgoing CEO shouldn’t be named Chair straight away.
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