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

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5 Reset team objectives and renew the endeavour

The first 100 days offered you a time-bound opportunity to see what the team could do. It was a sprint to achieve desired outcomes within a fixed period, and your team endeavoured to achieve its goals with this deadline in mind. The new beginning was the burning platform for the First 100 Days Team Plan, so now what is the new platform for change and renewed team endeavour?

Rather than lurch from 100 days to 100 days, which is too short-termist, think about a relevant longer length of time such as end of the new financial year, or end of the calendar year, or any other relevant end point according to your strategic context, for the next key team deadline for achievements.

Reset team objectives ...

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