Month: February 2009

A CEO Gets a Rare Second Act

Joseph Galli was a client of Shields Meneley Partners advisor, Gail Meneley, after he was terminated from his role as chief executive officer at Newell Rubbermaid, Inc. There is an article about Joe and their work together in the February 3, 2009 Wall Street Journal titled “A CEO Gets a Rare Second Act” which was written by […]

When are leaders too comfortable taking on risk?

Through the assessment of over one thousand senior executives I have observed that there are certain personal competencies that are very common within the senior executive team of midsized companies. What I have discovered in that one of those characteristics is a strong comfort dealing with risk, both for the individual and for that executive’s area […]