There is no one specific path to becoming a CEO, but there are some key skills and qualities that all successful CEOs share.
Most CEOs start in leadership roles that lead up to the CEO position. In 2000, about 3/4 of new CEOs came from the COO position. However, this percentage has fallen in recent years. The percentage of new CEOs who were promoted from a divisional chief executive officer role is constantly increasing.
In contrast to that, only about three percent of CEOs are hired from outside sources. Therefore, it is important to have connections and be able to demonstrate your abilities within the company to be considered for the position.
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