It is the CEO’s job to critically manage revenue, expenses, and external financing to maintain the consistent growth of the business of KD Productions. Without a reliable and thorough picture of the company’s metrics, a CEO won’t be able to pull the right levers to affect revenue and expenses, and won’t be able to successfully communicate growth opportunities to potential new investors.
Every team needs to continually feel clear and excited about where the production company is headed. It is the CEO and COO’s responsibility to regularly refine our company’s vision as a result of frequent interactions with our clients. At KD Productions we offer quality production and customer service.
A good CEO is constantly questioning whether the right people are in the right places. At KD Productions our CEO is consistently looking to re-organized roles to better benefit the company. Kia Dennis, our CEO cares whether or not our employees like their jobs. Our CEO looks for opportunities to build our team by creating new vacancies for unmet leadership needs.
Keeping your investors and shareholders informed, helpful and happy is one of the most underrated things that CEOs can do to improve their chances of success. Gaining the respect and enthusiasm of your investors increases the amount that these advocates will evangelize your company in their respective circles of influence. Your investors can be your greatest salespeople if you leverage them correctly.
Building and maintaining a strong brand for your company is very important. To build a strong brand, the CEO must be proactive and generous with time. The CEO may need to speak at industry events, do favors for colleagues, hire interns to write blog posts, become active on social media or send handwritten notes to our top clients, partners or co-workers.