How many founders build a company where employees feel part of the journey, A sort of comfort which goes beyond salary stock options. Where the employee feels he is part of building the rocket ship, his voice gets heard and where he gets love and respect.
I have seen many founders change their persona and offloading the entire culture to their subordinates and end up re-writing culture with their limitations. The organization ends up being multiple silos and everyone fighting for superiority.
The brand ends up becoming a living zombie. What kind of company are you building? One where there exists radical transparency, openness, or where everything goes to rock bottom?
An organization is not to serve the persona of a founder but a rocketship where every member plays their role.
Are you making yourself comfortable or your team comfortable or overall a comfortable organization?