CEOs come in all shapes, sizes, and ages. For generation ‘Z’ entrepreneurs, starting a company comes with a major learning curve, but one that delivers invaluable experience and strategic skill development years ahead of the game.
In this episode, Taj Pabari, CEO of Fiftysix Creations, speaks candidly about starting a social enterprise that provides entrepreneurial education for kids and teens, all at the ripe age of 14. Now 19 years old, Pabari reflects on his experiences and looks ahead at what’s to come for his business and future career:
- When choosing advisors, what skill sets are most critical to growing a business?
- When should executive succession planning become part of the conversation?
- What is the mutual benefit of having young people sit on boards?