Introducing the “C.E.Bro”
April 05, 2017
He's "usually a young man who has little work experience but is good-looking, cocky, and slightly amoral."
ICYMI: The “bro culture” among CEOs, as detailed in a New York Times piece last Sunday. That piece pegged boorish “C.E.-Bros” as primarily a modern Silicon Valley phenomenon, “usually a young man who has little work experience but is good-looking, cocky and slightly amoral—a hustler. Instead of being forced by investors to surround himself with seasoned executives, he is left to make decisions on his own.” This phenomenon will be among the topics we’ll discuss with Google’s Matt Teper, Duarte’s Patti Sanchez and others, at the CEO Communication Summit, in Montreal in June.