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Sure the Apple community was thrilled yesterday when the man who runs what is arguably the most highly valued tech company in the world, took to the stage to launch its latest product amidst stepping down just a little over a month ago due to health problems. Was Steve Jobs presence out of pure passion for what he started or to alleviate investor concerns that Apple can survive and thrive in his absence? How does a company stay on course when such iconic leaders step down? Legacy planning has become a timely topic. With high-profile CEOs, we often think of them as icons and lose sight of them as human beings with identifiable qualities and a tangible vision that can be nurtured and sustained throughout the rest of the company. The best legacy plan is one that understands a leader’s greatness in terms of very specific attributes and behaviors and can promote them in others. Consider this as you look at whether or not your organization has a legacy plan in place:
Legacy planning can be one of the most important plans an organization has in place. Whether you are at the top of the organization or not, there are ways to contribute to building your company’s legacy. It starts and ends with how we manage behavior.
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