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As Seen in Multi-Unit Franchisee Report - How and Why to Identify Rising Talent

As Seen in Multi-Unit Franchisee Report - How and Why to Identify Rising Talent

Many owners remain as the only key manager in the business and fail to develop people under them who have actual leadership capabilities. This sort of hub in spoke structure, inhibits growth and organizational longevity because eventually the business grows beyond the capacity of the owner, and there is no bench for when the time comes to transfer leadership. This does not mean that you are giving up control of your franchise operations before you are ready. Instead, it could mean freeing yourself up to do more to grow the brand and your portfolio.

If as an owner you hold the reigns too tight and have not worked to identify and develop your successor or leadership bench strength, it's time to call a spade a spade and get to work. Depending upon the maturity of your business, you may be required to conduct a talent search; otherwise, if you have the time, look inside your business for leadership potential. In either circumstance, here are six key indicators (the 6 C's) to evaluate when identifying next generation of leaders:

 

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