Does it take more than a founder’s vision to move a growing organization forward? As a business expands, more people are added, and there are commitments abound, the entrepreneurial founder or “Visionary,” as labeled by the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), typically needs a complimentary leader, or “Integrator,” to implement regimen and consistency for the company to achieve its next level of success. This is not to say that an entrepreneurial founder cannot fill both of these roles, but if most are honest, the role of the integrator, one which thrives on process and procedure, is not where the founder’s passion nor strengths lie. As in most good relationships, opposites typically attract, so is true in business. Join us on this week’s episode of The Second Stage with our guest and Certified EOS Implementer, Mark Winters, to learn more on identifying the need as well as when it makes sense for a founder to add these complementary skill-sets to his leadership roster.
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