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

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2 Write your team’s final 10-day ‘to-do’ list

Ideally, you want to complete your whole First 100 Days Team Plan but, with only 10 days left, it may be a matter of prioritisation on what can realistically be achieved by the team by the end of the first 100 days. Get practical on what can be completed on the team plan and take the final 10 days as an opportunity to make an energetic sprint to the end.

What are the urgent and important priorities for the next 10 days?

It may feel obvious, at first, such as the completion of one key deliverable. However, rather than a narrow view, allow some time in your @90 Days Team Workshop to run through each of the seven parts of the leader–team success formula to think about final 10-day actions to be completed ...

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