Join performance psychologist Gemma Leigh Roberts to understand how critical a 90-day strategy is at the start of your career transition, focusing on six key factors that can help you get ahead quickly.
- The fact is, the first 90 days in your role…are some of the most critical within your career.…Why are the first 90 days so important?…This is when your manager and colleagues…will build a first impression of you,…and, as we know, first impressions count…and can be really hard to change.…90 days is a significant amount of time…to start making an impact…and business targets are often measured in this timeframe.…Make no mistake, your first 90 days in a role…are likely to be busy and you'll have a lot to learn.…
As your confidence and competence in your role develop,…you may feel the pressure subside,…but it's important to be prepared…for the physical and mental efforts…your first three months in a new position will require.…The key is to become as competent, confident,…and effective in your role as quickly as possible,…building strong relationships…whilst creating a positive impression…with your manager and colleagues.…There are some key areas to focus on…that will help you to successfully navigate…those first 90 days.…
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- Transitioning from the campus to the office
- Differences in the working world
- Developing a transition success mindset
- Adapting to a new environment
- Avoiding cultural mistakes
- The first 90 days
- Building a strategy