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Almost half of the world’s most successful CEOs display this trait

In a survey of 69,000 self-made millionaires, 40% of entrepreneurs were found to show signs of cognitive diversity.

Richard Branson is one of many CEOs with dyslexia.

Could being dyslexic also be a valuable advantage to CEOs in the world of business?

There is increasing evidence that forms of cognitive diversity, including dyslexia, present CEOs and C-suite executives with a unique set of skills that enable them to lead companies to success.

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Bugatti, Rolls-Royce and Ferrari can be hired in luxury cars share scheme

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Meet the brains and CEOs behind Earth’s leading unicorns worth over US$1 trillion

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Transparency is trending: Starbucks, Uber and Netflix reveal all

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Camilla CEO reveals the secret to standing out in a crowded market

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An even split: Five women and five men in the running for Australia’s CEO of the Year

With a recent CEW Census revealing that the number of female CEOs in ASX200 companies has dropped since last year, The CEO Magazine is pleased to announce a 50/50 gender split for the major category, CEO of the Year, in its 2019 Executive of the Year Awards.

Do you know who is in the running?

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