Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Founders join the Great Resignation

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Founders join the Great Resignation

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In the past few weeks a string of entrepreneurs have given up their CEO titles. Founders Emily Weiss and Ryan Petersen both stepped down as chief executives of their respective beauty and logistics companies, Glossier and Flexport, for example. And Ryan Williams, CEO of the New York City-based real estate investment platform Cadre, announced late last week that he’s stepping down to become executive chairman, chairman of the board, and co-chair of the company's investment committee. 

"Look, I'm a hundred percent all in and focused," says Williams, who seven months ago became a father for the first time. "Cadre is a huge part of my legacy, and I'll be coming in every single day, when I'm not traveling, to meet with partners, and executing, hopefully better than ever before, to fulfill the promise to the business. That's what it's about."

After two years of running companies during a brutal pandemic that's still spewing consequences across industries and locations, the decision is understandable. But still, giving up the reins of the company you’ve worked so hard on isn’t easy. Read on for more on why founders are shedding their CEO hats.
 
 
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