2 Write your First 100 Days Team Plan

Having considered the seven-part formula for leader–team success in your first 100 days, you are now ready to write your First100assist™ Team Plan.

Step 1: Start with the end in mind

What do you want to have achieved with your team by the end of your first 100 days?

E.g. My desired outcome is to build a high-performing team by the end of my first 100 days.

There is a great psychology by starting with the end in mind. If you can work out where you want to be in 100 days, then it is like throwing down the gauntlet and fully committing yourself to a future state of success. You are more likely to achieve your goals – or get close to achieving your goals – if you are very clear on what those goals are. By setting ...

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