To successfully navigate changes in the executive rungs of a company, it’s imperative for the remaining and new leaders to find ways to maintain, and continue to build on, their carefully constructed culture. To help, Jonathan Silk, and 12 other members of Forbes Coaches Council shared their own experience and strategies.
Leaders can take a generational approach to fill the leadership vacuum by developing and promoting internally from the pool of employees with potential to replace the leaders that left. They have lived the culture of the organization and are the best prospects to sustain it. This approach to the development of talent creates sustainability and capability throughout the depths of organizations. – Jonathan Silk, Bridge 3 LLC
Published by members of the Expert Panel, Forbes Coaches Council
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