Do you have a new position, a new task, perhaps also the first leadership role?
The change and integration into a new area of responsibility is a special challenge. How well this transition to a new position goes depends on whether and how quickly you succeed in being able to act and make decisions, and how you purposefully identify the relevant requirements and concerns of all those involved and take them into account appropriately.
It usually takes a good six months until the interaction between the new manager and the team is fully on track. These so-called “first 100 days” are often the key timeframe for success or failure.
As a sparring partner, I support you before you take up your new position by developing a roadmap and defining success factors. Once you are set in your role, I check with you whether you are on course and navigate around potential roadblocks.
- Shaping the first 100 days with self-confidence in a constructive, safe space
- Reviewing where you are and reflecting on experiences and ideas
- Developing a ‘roadmap’, focusing on ‘what matters’
- Avoiding pitfalls, stumbling blocks and ‘faux pas’
- Solution approach for individual questions (objective, neutral sparring partner)