Don't be too honest, but do come prepared to sell your value.
Adjust to changes down the road Franklin Delano Roosevelt set a high bar for what he got done in his first 100-days. Since
1) Clarify their objectives. This may be the most important idea. Framing your thinking within the context of their objectives
No matter what they tell you, easing into a new job is a recipe for disaster. You must accelerate your progress up to and
New Leader Executive Onboarding Basics III) Day One and early days - warning signs: For new leader: Boss absent, not supporting
4. Don't Worry About These Weaknesses Remember, a lot of prospective employers will want to check your credit before completing
Precisely three years ago, I was fired from my job. I'm brought into a conference room with the shades drawn and told that the company no longer needs my services -- that my position is being eliminated, and my tenure expires today. I cry. It's over.
Follow Yardley Ip Pohl on Twitter: @yipstas I have learned from my father that it is not about the quantity of time spent
When it comes to executive onboarding, the difference between success and failure often comes down to following eight essential steps. They are really just common sense. So it never ceases to amaze that more people don't follow them.
Of all the tools in your toolbox, putting people in the right roles is one of the most powerful. It is also the most explosive. As you seek to evolve (or shock!) the culture, these moves will be the most decisive and will have the greatest impact.