The authoritative updated and revised action plan for leaders entering new roles.
Your first 100 days in a new leadership role are critical to the success of your mission, your relationship with your new team, and your career. Turnover is high among new leaders who "didn't work out" and the costs to them and their organizations are dramatic. The solution is for every new leader to have an "onboarding" plan.
This updated and revised third edition of the best seller The New Leader's 100-Day Action Plan delivers expert guidance to prepare executives for their new leadership roles, accelerate their results, and reduce turnover.
With new chapters and sample action plans, the third edition:
The third edition also includes a new 100-Hour Action Plan for crisis situations, which has been adopted by the American Red Cross. The new edition also explains how to use social media and other communication tools to reach and motivate your stakeholders.
Discover the right approach for your new role and engage your new colleagues by fully understanding the unwritten rules of the new context. The New Leader's 100-Day Action Plan helps deliver better results faster.
©2009 George B. Bradt, Jayme A. Check, Jorge E. Pedraza (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
Great book, originally I regretted getting the audio book instead of hardcover so I could easily reference back, but they supply a pdf. Book is not just for after you start a new job or assignment, but covers many aspects of the Before you start from Interviewing (wish I had it before I interviewed), acceptance/fuzzy front end (most beneficial) and afterwards. I've already recommended it to several professional colleagues and all agree it's great.
Yes, I have the audio edition but I would like a paperback.
I liked EVERYTHING about this book.
Very comprehensive, step by step guidline. Very usefull
Key take-aways for me: Contact your stakeholders before you enter to the new role, how to create a burning imperative, set up for early wins
Great listening and trips. It is applicable even in your current role. Lots of details and stories and steps by steps. You have to listen a few times to remember.
Great read and voice
I though the book would be more to the point. Maybe its better in print where you can jump to the places that apply, but as an audio book it just didn't work for me.
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