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A.G. Lafley’s four leadership lessons for chief executive officers

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In Harvard Business Review, Procter & Gamble CEO A.G. Lafley highlights the things that only a company's chief executive officer can do.

While the CEO can act as communicator, coach and problem solver, there are others within the organisation who will be able to fill those roles. However, it falls upon the CEO and the CEO only to link the organisation to the outside world – society, the economy, technology and customers.

To achieve this, Lafley advises chief executives to concentrate on:

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