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Leadership from a CEO perspective: Six Mindsets that Separate the Best from the Rest, with McKinsey & Company’s Vik Malhotra

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Vik Malhotra, McKinsey & Company’s Chairman of the Americas, joins The Mentors Radio host Tom Loarie for a powerful discussion of leadership from a CEO perspective and the six (6) mindsets that separate the best from the rest. This is a not-to-miss show for anyone who aspires to lead, regardless of their walk in life and position.

We are all dealing with massive uncertainty…and as our trust in the government, media and other players on the national local stage falters, the role of the CEO has emerged as the most trusted of all leadership positions. Learn what is it that distinguishes this role from other leadership roles, and what is it that that distinguishes the best from the rest.

Vik Malhotra has spent countless hours throughout his career counseling CEOs and boards. He is the so-author of CEO EXCELLENCE: The six mindsets that distinguish the best leaders from the rest. McKinsey & Company is the oldest and largest of the “Big Three” management consultancies in the world, with revenue of $10.5 Billion USD (2019) and 30,000 employees (2019).

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Vikram “Vik” Malhotra:

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    • Vik Malhotra is chairman of the Americas and a senior partner at McKinsey & Company, where he leads the practices in both North America and Latin America. Malhotra previously led McKinsey’s Northeast office and prior to that led McKinsey’s financial institutions practice. He is a member of McKinsey’s shareholders council and director review committee. Malhotra also previously led McKinsey’s North American life insurance practice, the North American personal financial services practice, and co-led the emerging markets financial institutions practice.

At McKinsey, Malhotra has focused on wholesale banking, asset management, private banking and retail banking. His financial services consulting experience has spanned the areas of corporate strategy, business unit strategy, growth strategies, performance transformation, organizational design, operational improvement and business process offshoring. Malhotra began his career at the accounting firm of Ernst & Whinney in London, England.
Malhotra is a trustee on the boards of the Wharton Graduate School, the Asia Society, the Touch Foundation and The Conference Board. He earned his MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and his undergraduate degree in economics from the London School of Economics.

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