Why an Angry CEO Is the Best CEO
When I announced my retirement earlier this year, I had one main suggestion for the committee looking for my replacement: Find someone who's "angry."
"Angry?" they said. "What do you mean?"
I mean that to lead one of the country’s largest child-focused charitable organizations, you have to have a fire inside you. You don’t want to hire the person who eases too comfortably into the leather seat, who likes gazing out the corner-office window. You want the person who sees the suffering of so many children, and is angry because it’s not getting fixed quickly enough.
I'm happy to say we’ve found that person. Richard R. Buery Jr. has committed his career to helping poor children, and therefore is no stranger to the statistics: To read the full article, link here
C. Warren Moses