You are going through (or about to go through) a leadership transition, and you need insightful guidance.
For organization to survive, you have to successfully navigate a touchy transition: The process of handing over the leadership—and control—of something you have carefully developed over many years. You must transfer your organization’s DNA (beliefs, values and legacy) to someone younger.
Yet, people in their 20s and 30s are starting organizations on their own and may not be waiting for you to hand yours over. If you don’t want your legacy to waste away, you must come to grips with this and develop an international transition process. Wouldn’t it be sad to lose your DNA because of poor planning? Wouldn’t it be wise to make your transition process intentional?
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