Episode 08: CEO Conversations with Robert "Bo" Chilton and Mataryun "Mo" Wright
This week we’re talking about what it means to be in charge, to be the top dog, the big cheese. The CEO. Being in the role of CEO can be terrific. You're it. You’ve got your Brooks Brothers suit, corner office with the imposing mahogany desk and the killer view from your window. You’ve gained the power to put your brilliant idea into practice. You're synonymous with the company for your customers, your employees and your stakeholders. Your family is proud of you. You feel like the sky's the limit. But, being the CEO isn’t all glamorous. Especially when you just happen to be one of the few African-American men leading a successful organization. In this episode we’re talking about the CEO experience, why race and culture matter in the c-suite and what it will really take to close the racial leadership gap with Robert “Bo” Chilton CEO of Impact Community Action Agency and Mataryun “Mo” Wright CEO of Rama Consulting.
Duration: 1 hr 22 min