The transitional leader phase is the most critical to long-term company sustainability, as executives must work toward building confidence in incoming leaders and ensuring a smooth transition of leadership.
When leaders do not practice what they preach, they destroy the morale, loyalty, and engagement throughout the organization. There are various behaviors that can lead to destruction within your company.
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Use humble confidence to lead in a manner that emphasizes customer and employee experience, and watch your business grow.
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While leadership transitions are a natural step for many organizations, the shift from founder to CEO is unique. To ensure a seamless shift in leadership, here are four best practices that can be implemented.