NEW LEADER INTEGRATION
Planning for Effective Integration is key with huge returns
You could leave it to chance and hope the start up goes well, but with what is at stake, the potential risks, and significant costs why not insure for success?
The number one reason we see why good leaders do bad onboarding is because with many priorities they put it off. Time slips by and they miss the opportunity to accelerate the start up and set up for success. Some are fighting fires, others assume the new hire will figure it out, and others only do the typical welcome lunch and information sharing.
Although the new hire may be skilled in building relationships, they might hesitate with too many unknowns, move too slowly, or become stressed. Buyers’ remorse can set in quickly, and all that initial enthusiasm and potential gets dampened with survival level anxiety