#20 – New Manager Quick Start – 9 Tools Your First 90 Days

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You were a great employee.⁣⁣⁣
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So great, that you were just promoted to now manage people.⁣⁣⁣
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But, what made you great as an individual contributor will not be what makes you successful at managing people.⁣ ⁣⁣
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You’re no longer responsible for the results, but for the PEOPLE who are responsible for the results. ⁣⁣⁣
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There’s hope…and you can become great again…you just need a new mindset and skill sets, ones meant for managers.⁣⁣⁣
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Here are the top 9 tools we recommend every manager, from first-time managers to experienced executives, use in their first 90 days to get off to a quick start.⁣⁣⁣
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Don’t worry, if you’ve already been in your current role for 2 years, these 9 tools still apply to you…instead of your first 90 days, consider them your next 90!⁣ ⁣⁣⁣

New Manager Quick Start Series:
9 Tools Your First 90 Days In A New Job

  1. Episode #21  – Create Your 30-60-90 Day Plan 
  2. Episode #22  – Mentally transition into your new role
  3. Episode #23  – Create “My Style: A Guide To Working With Me”
  4. Episode #24  – Create a network list and begin listening conversations
  5. Episode #25  – Transition work from the prior incumbent
  6. Episode #26  – Conduct a New Leader Assimilation
  7. Episode #05  – Roll out your O3s (one-on-ones)
  8. Episode #37 – Create your Management Operating System (MOS)
  9. Episode #39 – Conduct Organizational Effectiveness Assessment Bonus: Begin to learn and apply the Top 5 Manager Must Do’s like giving Feedback (Episode #16) and Coaching (Episode #35)

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⁣⁣⁣Every new manager needs these tips to be the boss people want to work for. ⁣⁣
If you’re not a member of Lead U yet, now is the time to join so you can get every FREE tool as we roll them out, like the New Manager Quick Start series.

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