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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

What do women CEOs have in common?

A view from the top of million-dollar business reveals this insight: female CEOs need to lose the attitude and make running their companies about teamwork.
Sue Romanos runs a $15 million South Florida staffing company and changed the way she leads a few years ago. A series of unfortunate events fell on Romanos and her two partners at the same time, forcing them to be out of the office for three months for differing reasons. Her managers took over daily operations.
"Now we regularly ask employees for their input," she says. "We built a structure so people within company can handle the daily running of company, which allows us to have some free time."


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