Strong leadership. A dedication to the company mission. Belief in building company culture. Transparent and approachable.These are the common themes of exceptional leaders and a few of the attributes that inspire employees to rate their CEOs highly. As a result, Glassdoor recognizes those superb executive leaders through our annual Employees’ Choice Awards, honoring the Top CEOs in 2019. The leaders featured on these lists aren’t just helping their businesses drive revenue or acquire new customers — they’re engaging, motivating and uplifting their teams, as demonstrated by the reviews employees have left on Glassdoor.
In 2013 and 2014, Tim Cook placed 18th; in 2015 he placed 10th and in 2016 he climbed right into the eighth position. Then in 2017, Cook crashed to earth the 53rd spot, dropping 45 positions and in 2018 ranked 55th. For 2019, Cook fell further down the list to the 69th position.
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The Top 10 CEO's for 2019
The top CEO for 2019 according to Glassdoor is Pat Gelsinger. A true inspiration and innovator, VMWare’s CEO Pat Gelsinger (99% CEO approval rating) is a first-time #1 winner, jumping 77 spots from #78 last year with 92 percent approval. This is the third time he’s been recognized as a winner of the award.
To view the full top 100 CEO's list from Glassdoor, click here.
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