XPX Fred Alper Chapter 2: The Transfer of Leadership and Mistakes Made

Mikal Schalk of Wood Stone & Ivy is a member of XPX Tri-State
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At first Alper felt comfortable leaving the company to his successor. Both men had the common vision for maintaining the culture of the company. Initially Alper continued in a supporting role to the new CEO, which he later realized was a mistake. Alper candidly talks about this misstep and how he would step completely away to allow the new CEO to freely express his own style of management, if he could do it all over again. 

Updated: October 13th, 2021