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"Your team, your investors, and your peers take cues from your physical and emotional well-being," says Amee Chande, a YPO member in London.
YPO is supporting 2020 Women on Boards and its national discussion on board diversity across 17 major U.S. cities.
17 Feb, 2017: YPO member Alex Wilcox, CEO of JetSuite and JetSuiteX, shares his tips on how to take advantage of private airways.
17 Feb, 2017: YPO member Jennifer Sampson, President and CEO of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, shares her advice on how to build a healthy modern-day community.
11 Feb, 2017: YPO member Frank Holmes. CEO and chief investment officer at US Global Investors, writes an article for CNBC examining the YPO Global Pulse results in the United States, where confidence increased 4.2 points.
11 Feb, 2017: YPO member Emery Rubagenga, CEO of ROKA, joins CNBC Africa to review the 4Q 2016 YPO Global Pulse results.
11 Feb, 2017: YPO members Adam Craker, CEO of IQ Business South Africa, and Paul Onwuanibe, Group CEO, Landmark Africa Group, review the latest YPO Global Pulse results in Africa, where confidence slightly decreased.
07 Feb, 2017: Economic confidence among business leaders in Canada increased during the final quarter of 2016. The YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index for Canada rebounded in the fourth quarter, edging up 1.6 points to 58.4, following a 3.1-point drop in confidence in the third quarter.
07 Feb, 2017: According to the latest YPO Global Pulse results, business confidence in the United States surged in the final quarter of 2016, climbing 4.2 points to 64.6, its highest level in two years.
07 Feb, 2017: Confidence among business leaders in Africa fell slightly in the fourth quarter of 2016. The YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index for Africa, which tracks economic confidence levels among chief executives on a quarterly basis, slipped 0.8 point to end 2016 at 54.7.
07 Feb, 2017: Confidence among chief executives in the European Union (EU) remained stable in the last quarter of 2016. The YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index for the EU edged up to 60.9, its highest level since April 2016.
CNBC and YPO have formed an editorial partnership consisting of regional Chief Executive Networks in the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. These Chief Executive Networks are made up of a sample of YPO’s unrivaled global network of more than 24,000 top executives from 130 countries who are on the front lines of the economy. The opinions of Chief Executive Network members are solely their own and do not reflect the opinions of YPO as a whole or CNBC.