A Chief Executive officer is not necessarily someone who has had a lot of formal training. So, I doubt more schooling would help you climb up that ladder of success.
Maybe you should try and change your work habits or character. You cannot just sit around in an organization waiting for people to promote you. You have to let people know you are ambitious and waiting for bigger and more rewarding challenges. You should tell your supervisor or boss that you want to be promoted and rise up that management ladder. A good manager will accept, even respect the fact that you wish for career development. If this is not the case, you should find a new job or new company that will allow you to grow.
You must start out small. Hoping that one day you will suddenly become director of a company is doubtful. Getting ready for a slow ascent is more likely. Accept it, and commit yourself, realizing that it may be a long climb.
You will need some skills to propel you up that ladder of success. You must be competent, that is you need to develop skills in many areas, such as marketing, human resources, public relations and finances.
You must also be a good people person, always cultivating relationships with the people around you. Having “guanxi” is a necessary characteristic of any successful CEO.
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