The Chief Executive Officer is a role that perhaps needs little introduction: this top-level figure is entrusted with the greatest responsibilities in terms of decisions, strategies, objectives, related achievements, and management. In two words: business results and reputation.

The CEO – who has the greatest degree of decision-making autonomy conferred by the Ownership or by the Board of Directors – is in charge of governance, shaping its model and rules, in line with the objectives.
They take charge of the broader decisions, i.e. general directives, that shape the organisation. They can be likened to the conductor of an orchestra who harmonises all the functions and inspires the actions of the company’s human capital.
Going into greater detail, their tasks also depend on the size of the business: large companies and multinationals will see them engaged more in broad spectrum strategy, institutional relations, operations and extraordinary agreements, both financial and operational; in small and medium-sized companies, on the other hand, they will operate in the day-by-day business in closer contact with other managerial functions.


Identification of business strategies
Drafting codes of ethics
Preparation of human resources and organisational management tools
Preparation of incentivisation tools
Generational transition activities
Management and coordination of all activities of the organisation
Managing relationships with stakeholders
Focussing on objectives and results

What skills will the CEO bring to your company?​

From a technical point of view:

Codes of ethics and Human Resources management tools

Organisational management tools

Validated incentivisation tools

From a professional point of view:​

Management skills

Decision-making skills


Communication skills

Management skills

Problem solving