Executive Leadership Coaching
1 minute read
Sep 2, 2016
Written by: Shawn Sweeney
It’s amazing how quickly the honeymoon-phase ends as the realities of a new role set in. Before we know it, our calendars are packed with back-to-back meetings and are inboxes are over-flowing. However, starting a new role with the right approach and plan can greatly reduce stress…it might even catch the eye of your boss. Here are few things to think about as you transition:
Transitioning to a new role typically brings out renewed focus and an increased energy-level. Having a plan enables you to harness these positive forces and gain some early momentum.
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