starting a new job
Well, not so fast. There are critical things that you should do during the first 90 days, and there are things that you shouldn't do.
It gets better. And less sweaty.
As serendipity would have it, just when I was feeling "antsy," I was contacted by a recruiter for a position that was totally
The first few weeks in any job is very tough. With these few tips you can ensure that you don't strike out or get picked off on your first day at work.
One risk is that new hires will jump to wrong conclusions about the organization. With new executives, the risk is that the organization will jump to the wrong conclusion about the new executives themselves.
The hardest part of starting a new job is feeling OK about the fact that you have no idea what you're doing.