Succeeding in new role

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KevinMeador
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Re: Succeeding in new role

#1 Postby KevinMeador » Sat Nov 14, 2015 4:38 pm

Choose the right day to be day one – not necessarily your first official day in job.
Get a head start before day one to jump-start your planning, set up, learning and relationships.

sanjayjha16
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Succeeding in new role

#2 Postby sanjayjha16 » Fri May 22, 2015 1:07 pm

A well-engineered transition process accelerates a new leader’s success and creates more value for the organization. New leaders with effective transition planning and execution reach their potential nine months faster than those with average transition processes. And successful transitions not only accelerate time to impact but also improve team performance and engagement. As per research direct reports of successful transitioning leaders are 15% more effective and 21% less prone to attrition than the average direct report.
Although transitions affect organizational performance and occur regularly, new-to-role executives do not receive the support they need. Nearly 70% of peers and managers are underprepared or unavailable to provide the support new-to-role leaders need. Four action are required to enhance the success probability in new roles:
Fit—Understanding and adapting to the organization’s culture, business model, and capabilities
Focus—Gaining consensus on the new role from stakeholders who will be affected by the transition
Future—Defining strategic priorities and scoring quick wins
Friends—Identifying and forming a support network of key stakeholders


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