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

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1 Close out your First 100 Days Team Plan

There is a point when the first 100 days journey for the team is over, and that point has now been reached. With a timeline process such as 100 days, there is a natural timeline ending. Yet some leaders find it difficult to close out the First 100 Days process and draw a line under it.

Perhaps it is because an ending forces you to review the journey and acknowledge that maybe you and your team did not achieve everything that you set out to achieve. Perhaps it is because you and your team are so busy, day to day, that you don’t want to set aside the time to acknowledge that the process is over. Perhaps it is because you and your team have been running so fast that you prefer to keep striving and achieving, ...

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