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- Clarifying performance expectations
- Feeding your learning curve
- Building rapport with your team
- Explaining your decision-making style
- Increasing your authenticity
- Communicating proactively
- Knowing when to have a meeting and who should attend
- Coping successfully with your transition<br><br>
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Skill Level Beginner
Leading Productive One-on-One Meetings (2012)with Dave Crenshaw25m 26s Intermediate
Delegating Tasks to Your Team (2013)with Britt Andreatta50m 23s Appropriate for all
1. Surviving the First Month
Feeding your learning curve3m 40s
2. Connecting with the Team
3. Building Trust
4. Communicating Effectively
5. Creating Productive Meetings
6. Using Authority Successfully
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