Can't Eat Out.
Can't Even Operate.
Caribbean Elephants Organization.
Catholic Education Office.
Caustic Ego Online.
Central Economics Office.
Central Elite Operations.
Ceremonial Events Officer.
Championship Event Organizer.
Cheap Entertaining Opponent.
Chief Elf of Operations.
Chief Emotional Officer.
Chief Ethics Officer.
Chief Evangelistic Officer.
Chief Execution Order.
Chief Executioner Omnipotent.
Chiropractic Elite Organization.
Christmas and Easter Only.
Citrus Entity Overlord.
Cock Eyed Optimist.
Company Entertainer Octopus.
Competitive Edge Opportunities.
Computer Energy Organizer.
Conscientiously Energetic Overacting.
Constantly Evaluating Others.
Corporate Europe Observatory.
Costs Evened Out.
Covert Elite Operations.
Cranky Eccentric Oldster.
Cranky Evil Ogre.
Creating Excellent Organizations.
Creating Exceptional Opportunities.
Creating Extraordinary Outcomes.
Customer Employee Organization.
A CEO (and member
of Forbes 400!) throwing
a party takes his executives on a tour
of his opulent mansion. In the back of the property, the CEO has the largest swimming pool
any of them has ever seen
. The huge pool
, however, is filled with hungry alligators. The CEO says to his executives “I think an executive
should be measured
is what made me CEO. So this is my challenge to each of you: if anyone has enough courage
to dive into the pool
, swim through those alligators, and make it to the other side, I will give that person anything
they desire. My job, my money, my house, anything
laughs at the outrageous offer and proceeds to follow the CEO on the tour
of the estate. Suddenly, they hear a loud splash. Everyone
the CFO (Chief Financial Officer) in the pool
, swimming for his life. He dodges the alligators left
and right and makes
it to the edge of the pool
with seconds to spare. He pulls himself
out just as a huge alligator
snaps at his shoes. The flabbergasted CEO approaches
the CFO and says, “You are amazing. I’ve never seen anything
like it in my life. You are brave beyond measure and anything
I own is yours. Tell
me what I can do for you.”
The CFO, panting for breath, looks up and says, “You can tell
me who the hell pushed me in the pool