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

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5 Advice from the executive front line

By day 60 you should be in a situation where you’ve assessed your direct reports and you’re starting to build the top-team.

Keith Wilson, Global HR Director, Astrazeneca

Beyond core objectives, a new to role leader needs to be capable of exerting influence, often in a subtle and indirect manner.

Elaine Maclean, Group HR Director, Legal & General

Get in the habit of having one-to-ones with your direct reports early and often. Have a high frequency of team meetings, but remember, these don’t have to be long [in duration].

John Harker, Group HR Director, Al-Futtaim

A leader joining from outside the business needs to stamp their authority without alienating the team … there are great benefits to doing things ...

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