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Who is the CEO of your company? 

How did you decide who to hire? 

What are the key responsibilities of the role? 

Let’s talk about how to find the best candidate.

Then let’s talk about how she will solve all the problems in her business that keep her from making the money she wants.

Be sure to go get my new toolkit that will help you SOLVE ANY PROBLEM in your business. When you sign up, you’ll also get the bonus calls I’ll be doing to coach you live and answer questions to make everything easier and make you more money.

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Who is the CEO of your company? 

How did you decide who to hire? 

What are the key responsibilities of the role? 

Let’s talk about how to find the best candidate.

When you get done with this episode, be sure to go get my new toolkit that will help you SOLVE ANY PROBLEM in your business. When you sign up, you’ll also get the bonus calls I’ll be doing to coach you live and answer questions to make everything easier.



Remember in episode 62 we talked about CEO Charlie, the persona Charlie Jabaly created and the identity he lived into.

what does the CEO of your company do?

What are the keys responsibilities of the role? What would you look for in the person you here to fill this role?

What would the job description look like? How would you find the best candidate?

Look up an example job description] [Read Proverbs 31 woman) she would make an amazing CEO. If you created a similar description to this as a job description for the CEO of your company, what would you include?

This could be your persona. Your version of CEO Charlie. And how would you live out that identity? How would you fill that role? How could you become the perfect candidate to fill that role?

I looked up a sample description online and I thought I’d share a few things from that.

Chief Executive Officer – CEO Job Description

The CEO is responsible for providing strategic, financial and operational leadership for the company and will closely coordinate and work with the Board of Directors and senior leadership team.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Plan, develop, implement and direct the organization’s operational and fiscal function and performance.
  • Act as a strategic partner by developing and implementing the company’s plans and programs.
  • Analyze and make recommendation on the impact of long range growth initiatives, planning, and introduction of new strategies and regulatory actions.
  • Develop credibility and authority for the finance leadership team by providing accurate analysis of budgets, reports and financial trends and operational procedures in order to assist the BOD and senior executive team.
  • Create, improve, implement and enforce policies and procedures of the organization that will improve operational and financial effectiveness of the company.
  • Communicate effectively and establish credibility throughout the organization and with the Board of Directors as an effective developer of solutions to business challenges.
  • Provide expert financial guidance and advice to others within executive leadership.
  • Improve the planning and budgeting process on a continual basis by educating departments and key members of corporate leadership.
  • Provide strategic input and leadership on decision making issues affecting the organization; specifically relating to the evaluation of potential mergers, acquisitions or partnerships.
  • Optimize the handling of banking relationships and work closely with CFO to foster and grow strategic financial partnerships.
  • Work with finance team to develop a solid cash flow projection and reporting mechanism, which includes setting a minimum cash threshold to meet operating needs.
  • Act as a strategic advisor and consultant offering expert advice on contracts, negotiations or business deals that the corporation may enter into.
  • Evaluate company’s financial, operational, and sales and marketing structures to plan for continual improvements and a continual increase of operating efficiencies.
  • Mentor and interact with members of staff at all levels to foster growth and encourage development among senior executive team and all members of staff.  

 Important Leadership Traits:

  1. Strong leadership ability.
  2. Strategic mindset.
  3. Professional business acumen.
  4. Outstanding problem solving skills.
  5. Excellent ability to lead and manage
  6. Continually drive effective results.
  7. Communicate effectively at all levels.

Another thing I love for creating a persona is the Proverbs 31 woman. Now this piece of scripture triggers some women or makes them feel overwhelmed, but I like considering it as an alliance of women. We have a bible study group in my neighborhood that has been meeting for years and I think this describes that group of women so well.

Each of us has different gifts we bring to the table, different perspectives. Which leaves us with an amazing resource for everyone in the group.

That’s really what I’m trying to create in my business — a community that supports the work of coaches and entrepreneurs equipping and empowering women. That’s what I’m putting together in the team that will support my upcoming retreat. I already have confirmed some pretty phenomenal women that will help me make it a fabulous experience.

So think of this description as more of a perfect ideal, not to aspire to be all of it, but to pick out the areas where you’re most gifted and to start to look for colleagues and communities where the people there complement your gifts and support your efforts.

Proverbs 31:10-31

Epilogue: The Wife of Noble Character

10 [a]A wife of noble character who can find?

    She is worth far more than rubies.

11 Her husband has full confidence in her

    and lacks nothing of value.

12 She brings him good, not harm,

    all the days of her life.

13 She selects wool and flax

    and works with eager hands.

14 She is like the merchant ships,

    bringing her food from afar.

15 She gets up while it is still night;

    she provides food for her family

    and portions for her female servants.

16 She considers a field and buys it;

    out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.

17 She sets about her work vigorously;

    her arms are strong for her tasks.

18 She sees that her trading is profitable,

    and her lamp does not go out at night.

19 In her hand she holds the distaff

    and grasps the spindle with her fingers.

20 She opens her arms to the poor

    and extends her hands to the needy.

21 When it snows, she has no fear for her household;

    for all of them are clothed in scarlet.

22 She makes coverings for her bed;

    she is clothed in fine linen and purple.

23 Her husband is respected at the city gate,

    where he takes his seat among the elders of the land.

24 She makes linen garments and sells them,

    and supplies the merchants with sashes.

25 She is clothed with strength and dignity;

    she can laugh at the days to come.

26 She speaks with wisdom,

    and faithful instruction is on her tongue.

27 She watches over the affairs of her household

    and does not eat the bread of idleness.

28 Her children arise and call her blessed;

    her husband also, and he praises her:

29 “Many women do noble things,

    but you surpass them all.”

30 Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting;

    but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.

31 Honor her for all that her hands have done,

    and let her works bring her praise at the city gate.

Wouldn’t this woman make an amazing CEO for your company?

What aspects of this do you want to include in your CEO job description?

Who is the perfect candidate?

What makes you the perfect candidate to fill this role?

What gifts and treasures do you already have in you that will drive the success of your business to a new and more powerful level?

What do you need to believe about the current you that fuels you to do that?

You have more power than you know to fuel the success of your business and make such a huge impact on the women you’re meant to serve.

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