If you want to know whether your CEO is going to jump ship when times get tough, look at what kind of relationships they have with other professionals, new research suggests.
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Researchers found that CEOs who have strong personal relationships with business colleagues and key external stakeholders are less likely to jump ship if their companies begin to fail.
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