Leadership in the 21st century is more complicated and arduous than it used to be, according to interviews with more than 100 global CEOs. The definition of success is no longer limited to profit, and leaders have to think globally while keeping up with rapidly changing technology. Is it a young person's job? Corporate consultant Julie Surycz notes that while Nobel Prize winners grew increasingly older over the 20th century, the average age of FTSE 100 CEOs has dropped to 40.
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