The event’s CEOs included: Anne M. Mulcahy, former chair and CEO of Xerox Corporation; Denis J. Nayden, former chair and CEO of GE Capital; and Tom Kallish, CEO and founder of Tommie Copper.
The esteemed panel, bringing decades of knowledge and expertise, offered attendees personal accounts, their strategic vision, and the executive challenges they have faced in order to achieve success.
“We’re thrilled with the event and the impact it has on the business community here in Connecticut,” said Fagan. “Anne, Denis, and Tom provided revealing insights into their management style and philosophy. They stressed the need for effective and ongoing communication with employees and customers, creating meaningful methods for developing and retaining talented workers, the importance of being determined and working diligently, and not being afraid to fail. What was also evident from their observations is that many of the challenges that CEOs face are similar regardless of the size or complexity of the company, or its industry.”
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