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Lead Your Team in Your First 100 Days by Niamh O'Keeffe

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1 Launch your First 100 Days Team Plan

Hold a First 100 Days Team Plan Workshop with your team within two weeks of starting, letting everyone know that you will be taking this opportunity to share your First 100 Days Team Plan. You can say that you are keen to hear their views on the plan, so that together you can further refine and iterate it.

This will get people’s attention and engagement early on. Firstly, it will impress upon them the seriousness of your leadership approach and that you have serious intentions for this team. Secondly, your team will be impressed by your transparency because you are openly sharing your plan. Finally, you are demonstrating inclusiveness by asking for their input.

Table 3.1 Preparing the First 100 Days Team ...

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