The CEO Show with Robert Reiss

The CEO Show with Robert Reiss is a radio program of interviews focusing on the business practices and policies of CEOs from leading organizations that are driving brand differentiation and growth. These executives are transforming their enterprises through a specific focus on the customer. The 20 minute interviews allow interviewed executives the latitude to reveal insights about their businesses, and also provide glimpses of their leadership styles, personalities, and how aspects of their lives such as golf and other sports contribute success in business.

The program first aired in Greenwich, Connecticut from WGCH AM radio in April 2007 [""The CEO Show with Robert Reiss" Radio Show: Interview dates" [] Retrieved on 2008-09-29] , and expanded to a national format in September of the same year. ["Messages" Greenwich Time, September 2, 2007, Page E-1] The CEO Show is broadcast nationally out of 47 cities including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, the New York Metropolitan area, Las Vegas, San Diego, and West Palm Beach over the "BTRN" and "LTRN" networks ( "Business Talk Radio Network" and "Lifestyle Talk Radio Network" ). Its interviews are also available online at The CEO Show Online website. [""The CEO Show with Robert Reiss" Radio Show: Interviews list" [] Retrieved on 2008-09-29.]

Robert G. Reiss has been cited in "The Harvard Business Review" as "an expert in executive communications”. [Gifford Jr., Don (1998). "Corporate communications: Hold the Details", Harvard Business Review, 76(2): Pages 13,16 ] Reiss is the founder and host of The CEO Show, and is also president of Reissource LLC, a consultancy on customer service strategy. [|Robert Reiss background]


Examples of executives interviewed on The CEO Show include: [""The CEO Show with Robert Reiss" Radio Show guests interviewed" [] Retrieved on 2008-09-30.]

Business Services

* James H. Quigley, CEO, Deloitte
* Bruce Mosler, CEO, Cushman & Wakefield


* Simon F. Cooper, President, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, LLC
* David Neeleman, Founder and CEO, Jet Blue

Publishing and Media

* Cathie Black, President, Hearst Magazines
* Tim & Nina Zagat, Co-Founders & Co-Chairs, Zagat Survey


* Tony Hsieh, CEO,
* Jay Walker, Founder,

=Consumer Products & Services=
* William P. Lauder, CEO, The Estee Lauder Companies
* Leon Gorman, Chairman & 33-Year President, L.L. Bean

Music and Entertainment

* Reynold Levy, President, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
* Gary Loveman, CEO, Harrah's Entertainment


* David A. Williams, CEO, Make a Wish Foundation
* Edward T. Reilly, CEO, American Management Association


* Kip Tindell, Chairman and CEO, The Container Store
* W. Howard Lester, 22-Year CEO and Chairman, Williams-Sonoma


External links

* [ The CEO Show with Robert Reiss website]

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