Entering a new leadership role? Leading a reorganization or integrating teams?
Get better results faster by building and implementing your 100-Day Action Plan.
Your first 100 days in a new leadership position are critical, as they set the foundation for your team's success going forward. The New Leader's 100-Day Action Plan helps you start gaining traction even before your first day in a new job. The playbook gives you a concrete strategy for getting a fast start - engaging the culture, setting direction, aligning the team, avoiding common missteps, and delivering results. This new fourth edition has been updated with new graphics and tools and expanded with new information learned from real-world clients over the past 12 years.
Many organizations, regardless of size, industry, or geography, realize that it is strategically imperative to effectively onboard leaders into new roles and combine teams during M&A and reorganization. New thinking for new teams provides ways to get quick results with key business initiatives and new discussions on cultural fit and evolution to help you better contribute to your organization's success. Updated stories and case studies provide real-life glimpses at how successful leaders navigate tricky situations, and extensive online tools point you toward additional resources as the need arises.
Forty percent of new leaders fail within the first 18 months on the job. When a new leader drops the ball, it's at the expense of the team, the organization, and the leader's track record. Successful leaders start leading and delivering immediately. This book shows you how to start getting results right away and dramatically increase your chances for success - by systematically shaping your leadership with intent.
©2016 George B. Bradt, Jayme A. Check, and John A. Lawler (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
Yes, this book provides excellent advice and concrete examples which will be particularly useful for those who have been asked to prepare for that final interview for a new leadership position by outlining how they will undertake their new role in the first 100 days.
It is disappointing that this new version of the book only provides access to the materials and downloads for the previous version of the book. Frustrating and annoying and seems lazy on the part of the provider not to have provided updated links when they are clearly available on the book's own website.
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