How long does a leader in their new role have to lay that initial groundwork for success?
Many experts will say you have between 90-100 days. The reality is, you only have 30 days to get that process solidified, if that. While the push is for new leaders to made a sudden impact with measurable results, there is an undercurrent of expectations from your people to establish a tangible blueprint for success. The quicker trust and knowledge can be established, the faster it will take for people to engage and support the mission that is laid before you. Here are some key reasons why your first 30 days is so critical:
The process of habits. If you and your new team need to make any critical changes to workflow and mindsets, they need to be established in a timely manner in order to get those…
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