Who will lead the companies of the future?

We need the best candidates to step forward to lead but where are they? Who are they? This was the impetus for writing my book CEO Point Blank.

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About edjenks59

Ed Jenks, currently Senior Consultant and Chief Strategist at TJGI consulting is a well-known and nationally recognized business professional with more than twenty-five years as a C-Suite Executive. Ed has transcended the industry specialist challenge by holding the Chief Executive Position in four different industries and played at Senior Executive Positions in several more. A proven turn-around specialist in four major industry categories, (security, medical devices, agriculture, dental devices), Ed has spent his professional career in the C-Suite in less than perfect conditions and been successful in every role. In the mid-1980’s Ed began to formulate what has become one of the most successful and contemporary Strategic Planning processes utilized in business today, and has facilitated more than three hundred successful programs for Fortune 1000 companies throughout the United States. His program is designed to increase both top and bottom line organizational performance driving less than stellar teams to achieve high performance results based on following a strict formula and blueprint. Ed not only articulates these principles but can apply them and execute on them utilizing these practices liberally in his turn-around process. Ed is an author, lecturer, CEO and professional business leader and is known for his tough approach to business challenges having led organizations through three wars, five recessions, natural disasters and the climate of terrorism that affects business today. Ed has authored numerous business articles and white papers throughout his career and is a regular guest lecturer in the UC system.

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