What makes a good startup CEO is fairly different from what makes a suitable CEO for a large, established company.
Delegating duties helps startup CEOs grow into their role and concentrate on development.
Founders need to understand when they aren't suitable to work as startup CEOs.
All CEOs, especially startups, need to pick the right candidates for their industry to join the executive team.
Being specific when searching for an executive candidate may make it more likely for a startup to find someone who fits in well.
Strong communication skills are an more important CEO quality.
A "fixer-upper" company could serve as a proving ground for a previously inexperienced candidate.
How soon should founders bring on a professional CEO to help manage their startup company?
A startup CEO needs to be able to keep his company on course for development.
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