Do CEOs make lousy dads?
The author of a new book on CEO dads , Tom Stern, thinks so, and tells Fortune's Anne Fisher how to become a better one. One step: Don't text clients from Disneyland!
On power, Stern says: "At work, everything is quantifiable. But with your family, you can't measure and control things. And then there's pure ego, the need for power and recognition. Work is the place to get those things, so work becomes all-important."
Do you think high-powered executives make lousy parents?