What is The C-Suite?
The C-Suite, also known as the C-Level, refers to the organisation’s most senior executives. The letter ‘C’ stands for ‘Chief’, for example, Chief Executive officer (CEO), Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Who is the CEO?
The CEO is seated at the highest level of an organisation. They are accountable for success, setting strategy, directing the organisation to achieving its vision and enabling informed decision-making.
Successful CEOs demonstrate effective leadership, governance and communication skills.
Chief Executive Officer
Information Security Officer
Additional C-Level Executives
The number of C-level executives depends on the size and purpose of the company. The role descriptions and levels of accountability and responsibility also vary according the the organisation's governance structure and culture.