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Success in a New Role
 
First few weeks in a new role defines whether you will be successful or not.
How Does It Work?
When starting a new role, you likely need to make new connections and better understand your environment. Leaders seize the moment to connect with as many stakeholders as possible to align their priorities and provide maximum output to impact the bottom line. People make perceptions of the person when they begin the new role. The results demonstrated in the first few weeks often determine future success in the new role.

Impact of Failure in a New Role
  • You may not have good relationship with others.
  • You may not know your priorities and place your efforts on the fruitless things.
  • You may be replaced
Why Success in a New Role?
  • You have a new role and want to succeed during the crucial first 90-100 days.
  • You have an alliance with a recruiting firm to help their candidates and clients succeed.
  • You are concerned about onboarding executives who may come from unique cultures.
  • You want to make a great impression.
  • You want to become aware of the culture and politics of a new organization.
  • You want to avoid crucial errors.
  • You want to lay the foundation to get results.
  • You want to improve job security.
Course Details (6 weeks).
Course work and order will be tailored to the members of your small group.

  1. Clarify what success means in your new role
  2. Help your boss win
  3. Get to know your team
  4. Fit in with the culture
  5. Align yourself with the key players
  6. Avoid political landmines


This course is ongoing. Small groups are still being formed.
Sign up now to reserve your seat.



Leaders Only

Only leaders who wish to make a difference in society and their organizations will be accepted for membership. Your desire to make that difference is essential in group coaching/mastermind sessions, as we will work together to solve complex problems.

One key component of leadership is coachability. A coachable person desires to improve by welcoming feedback from others and through introspection. Therefore, one question you must ask yourself is, are you coachable?

The second component of leadership is your drive for success. Coaching tends to be most effective for high performers. Your successful career and stature in an organization or the pursuits you undertake may demonstrate this.

For that reason, we ask every interested participant to fill out a questionnaire before being accepted into our program. We may contact you afterward if we require further clarification of your responses.