There are often nagging moments of self-doubt following a crisis when a CEO has no place to turn for answers. It is quite normal for a CEO who has been through a crisis to question some of his or her own judgments or decisions. Did he do the right things? Should she have reacted sooner?
This is often a healthy reflection time, but it is one that needs experienced answers before healthy questions turn into long-term, debilitating self-doubt, inner questioning and loss of confidence.
The senior management of Lexicon Communications offers private sessions with CEOs to explore some unanswered questions that usually linger after a crisis. Often these are questions that can't be posed to subordinates for a variety of reasons.
It is important to speak with someone knowledgeable who is objective in his appraisal and advice, drawn from nearly 20 years of worldwide, battled-tested experience through some of the most celebrated crises.
These CEO sessions are private, confidential conversations behind closed doors. No subordinates, no lawyers, no regulators, no reporters. Just CEO-to-CEO. It is your chance to ask questions of one of the nation's most experienced crisis managers.
And, get candid answers that may help you sleep better at night.
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