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Becoming a CEO

What CEO profile do you want to be?

Often, at Sarah Marlex we receive inquiries from highly qualified profiles seeking answers on how to focus their professional future and find a way to continue developing their skills.

For them, taking advantage of their potential allows them to stand out in highly competitive environments.

We leave you Ana's letter:

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In order to respond to all those people like Ana, we have summarized the profiles that are most followed in the world of leadership, we have defined them, and we have proposed some tips for each of them.


The Architect:



How is it identified?

  • From a young age, shows the ability to change things in any organization.
  • Expert in building teams.
  • Understands that it's not just about winning today, but about building an engine for growth.
  • Attracts talent.
  • Doesn't like to copy, he prefers to reframe problems from the outside in.

Tips for this profile:

  • See how they lead people and how they navigate certain situations to strengthen operations in their organization.
  • Learn how to motivate people to go beyond what is asked of them.
  • Identify solutions, clearly explain your ideas, align your team members, and try to encourage them to solve problems in new ways.


How is it identified?

  • From the beginning of his career, he shows a natural curiosity for people.
  • People naturally like them.
  • Cultivate relationships and help other people prosper.
  • You tend to have an infectious seriousness that evokes confidence and goodwill.
  • Instinctively, he brings together different people in rooms to achieve agreements and collaborations.


Tips for this profile:

  • Take advantage of this skill by taking note of interesting people you meet.
  • Build an incredibly rich network of contacts as you bring hundreds of people into your orbit.
  • Find ways to reciprocally add value to these relationships over time.



The Coach: 




The philosopher:




How is it identified?

  • His speech about why we are here and his contagious energy draws people to him.
  • He has to do with purpose.
  • They start with "What are we going to achieve and why?"
  • Find his motivation in making his or someone else's idea a reality.
    They consider that achieving something significant is what matters.


Tips for this profile:

  • Spot purposeful leaders around you and see how they frame issues and tell stories.
  • Practice some of his communication patterns in your own conversations to see what reactions he can elicit.
  • Be aware of who in your network has as strong a purpose as you do.

After seeing what profiles the leaders of the future follow,  

What's yours?