Founder’s Syndrome occurs when founders, longtime leaders, or even board members become resistant to change in their organization. As a result, the organization becomes stagnant and ineffective, support dwindles, and quality employees become frustrated and leave. As organizations grow, the leadership qualities they once needed no longer work. Maturity requires different, visionary approaches. This informative webinar will highlight real-life examples of this syndrome, how it adversely impacts organizations, and steps they can take to deal with this important issue.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Identify Founder’s Syndrome

  • Describe steps to avoid Founder’s Syndrome
  • Explain ways to address the syndrome in your organization

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CPE Information

CPE Credit
One CPE credit in the Business Management and Organization field of study may be awarded upon verification of participant attendance, during live broadcast.
Program Level
Advance Preparation
None
Prerequisites
None
Audience
CEOs, CFOs, COOs, executive directors, and board members
Delivery Method
Group internet-based
Refund Policy
There is no fee associated with this webinar

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