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- Editor: N/E; Edición: Updated and expanded edition (14 de mayo de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1422188612
- ISBN-13: 978-1422188613
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The First 90 Days. Updated And Expanded (Inglés) Tapa dura – 14 may 2013
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"His wisdom, and research, has helped many masterfully onboard into new positions." -- Forbes.com "Watkins has taken a rather prosaic proposition (first impressions count) and built around it a handbook that grown-ups can use in business, particularly in times of change and transition." -- Idealog (New Zealand) "A useful addition to leadership studies collections." -- Choice magazine "The First 90 Days is a rich source of material for any executive coach and of course any uncoached executive. I highly recommend it." -- Coaching Today "The First 90 Days and its digital counterpart serve as valued resources for leaders just stepping into a critical new role--when first impressions matter so much, and every word or deed can tip the scale of public opinion." -- T+D magazine (American Society for Training & Development) "No business holding should be without this expanded coverage." -- Midwest Book Review "Any person who gets a new job or promotion or position, can use this book to be more effective in the first 3 months on the job... It is no doubt that [The First 90 Days] has lasting-power and will remain popular and useful for many years to come." -- 800 CEO READ "...packed with practical suggestions for how to successfully navigate through new scenarios." -- GuruFocus.com "In his seminal book The First 90 Days, Michael Watkins advises that, as a leader in the first 90 days of a new leadership role, you should promote yourself, accelerate your learning, match your strategy to the situation, and create coalitions." -- FastCompany.com "a superb guide" -- Globe & Mail
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Named one of 100 Leadership & Success Books to Read in a Lifetime by Amazon Editors The world's most trusted guide for leaders in transition Transitions are a critical time for leaders. In fact, most agree that moving into a new role is the biggest challenge a manager will face. While transitions offer a chance to start fresh and make needed changes in an organization, they also place leaders in a position of acute vulnerability. Missteps made during the crucial first three months in a new role can jeopardize or even derail your success. In this updated and expanded version of the international bestseller The First 90 Days, Michael D. Watkins offers proven strategies for conquering the challenges of transitions--no matter where you are in your career. Watkins, a noted expert on leadership transitions and adviser to senior leaders in all types of organizations, also addresses today's increasingly demanding professional landscape, where managers face not only more frequent transitions but also steeper expectations once they step into their new jobs. By walking you through every aspect of the transition scenario, Watkins identifies the most common pitfalls new leaders encounter and provides the tools and strategies you need to avoid them. You'll learn how to secure critical early wins, an important first step in establishing yourself in your new role. Each chapter also includes checklists, practical tools, and self-assessments to help you assimilate key lessons and apply them to your own situation. Whether you're starting a new job, being promoted from within, embarking on an overseas assignment, or being tapped as CEO, how you manage your transition will determine whether you succeed or fail. Use this book as your trusted guide.Ver Descripción del producto
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Here's a summary of the points I gleaned:
- Establish your integrity in first 30 days.
- Learn all you can about the organization, put on your "historian" hat.
- Don't suggest changes without examining what has been done previously.
- Silence is not accession.
- Meet with everyone in the organization to evaluate their expectations. Ask them what they think you should focus on.
- Ask same questions of all so no one treated different and you have a cross-section.
- Look for "early wins," low-hanging fruit of improvements you can make or other things to boost morale.
Dealing with your boss in the first 30 days:
- Be proactive, assume it's on your shoulders to build the relationship and get the support you need.
- Schedule meetings to discuss expectations, evaluations, and personal development.
- Figure out what would give your boss "early wins." Make his priorities your priorities.
- Be proactive in doing things that will allow your boss to hear from people he trusts that you're a good worker.
- Don't bring your boss bad news early, at least without bringing good news too.
- Don't assume he will change. He has a style, foibles, accept them and work around then and move on. You can learn a lot from a bad boss, and you will likely have many.
- Examine how others relate to your boss and how he responds.
- Begin figuring out who you need to move off your team immediately, whose roles need to change, and who you need to evaluate further.
- Think strategically. After your first 90 days you should be able to present a plan that is actionable.
- Evaluate the vision of the organization, its values, and use SWOT analysis.
Ask yourself feedback questions every week.
- What isn't going well. Why? What can you change?
- What are you least happy about. What can you change about it?
- What meeting troubled you the most? ""
- What conflict needs to be most resolved? ""
Family also has to be considered. How is your new role and time commitment affecting your family? Was the move worth it?
The author doesn't state it like this, but focus on doing what's best next.
I give this book 4.5 stars out of 5. I highly recommend it.