The founder’s dilemma. Do founders always make the best leaders? Recent developments at show a founder’s passion and his ability to inspire people are no measure of his management prowess.
A founder needs to create a team with exclusive skills, allowing room for a leader to emerge to whom the founder can eventually hand over the reins of the organisation. People skills are, therefore, key. A founder too needs to play different roles at different points of the organisation’s life cycle. “One of the challenges that a founder faces includes knowing when to let go,” muses Anil Sachdev, founder and CEO, School of Inspired Leadership. Read More