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Hit the ground running

Author: Cornish, Liz Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 196 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0071472460Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HD6054.3 .C67 2006
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Hit the Ground Running Hit the Ground Running Foreword ix Acknowledgments Introduction xiii xi C h a p t e r 1 Take Charge of Your Start 1 JumpStarter: Start Working Before Day One 1 JumpStarter: Do Your Homework 4 Learn How to Work with a Board of Directors 6 Pay Attention to Your Gut Feelings 8 JumpStarter: Use Meetings as a Learning Tool 8 What It All Means 15 Chapter 2 All Eyes on You 17 JumpStarter: Take a Good Look at Yourself 17 lumpstarter: Who-You-Are-Is-What-They-Need Authenticity 27 What It All Means 33 C h a p t e r 3 Your Going-In Strategy 35 JumpStarter: Develop an Entry Plan 35 JumpStarter: Identify Your Leadership Anchors 38 JumpStarter: Create a Fail-safe Support System 43 JumpStarter: Plan Your First Negotiations 46 What It All Means 52 C h a p t e r 4 Day One 55 JumpStarter: Proactively Manage Your First Impression 56 How Important Is Style? 60 Your Starting Approach 61 JumpStarter: Don't Underestimate the Importance of the First Team Meeting 62 Combine Professional and Personal Connections 65 What It A 1 Means 66 1 C h a p t e r 5 The First 50 Days 69 The Big Picture 69 Common Transition Mistakes 71 JumpStarter: Listen, Learn, and Confirm 72 The People 74 IumpStarter: Leverage Your Relationships 76 lumpstarter: Manage Your Message 78 JumpStarter: Identify Quick Successes 95 What It All Means 101 C h a p t e r 6 Transition Teams 103 103 Jumpstarter: Building Your Transition Team Using a Transition Team to Jump-start Your Work 104 Proper Care and Feeding of Your Transition Team 107 What It All Means 110 C h a p t e r 7 The Second 50 Days 111 JumpStarter: Compare Your Original Hypothesis to What You Now Know 112 JumpStarter: Determine Your Priorities 1 13 JumpStarter: Enlist Support and Build Momentum 114 JumpStarter: A Crash Course in Team Building 118 JumpStarter: Tackle Tough Conversations 124 JumpStarter: Deal with Challenges to Your Authority 127 What It All Means 132 C h a p t e r 8 The End of the Beginning 135 JumpStarter: End Your First 100 Days Deliberately 135 Seven Habits of Highly Effective Female Leaders 141 How to Know You're on the Path to Success 143 JumpStarter: Celebrate! 143 Epilogue: Why Organizations Should Care About the First 100 Days 145 Appendix 151 Index 185

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